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Beach Hut Max 100++ SPF Review

Are you still days away from your beach trip? Today, I’m going to share my Beach Hut Max 100++ SPF review. Keep reading, it might help you.

Most Filipina women want to maintain their fair skin. If you’re one of them, you may not like this product.

Just a disclaimer, even if you apply a lot of it, it won’t stop the sun from tanning your skin.

Beach Hut Max 100++ SPF Review

by Amanda of Filipinow

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Most of us Filipinas tan easily. Don’t blame a sunscreen if it doesn’t help maintain your skin tone.

The very reason as to why I used a sunblock is to protect my skin from the harmful rays of the sun. If UVB and UVA protection is what you’re here for, you’ll surely love the Beach Hut Max 100++ sunblock.

Claims

We hate icky sticky lotions! We’re sure you do too. That’s why there’s Beach Hut Max 100++ SPF with micronized zinc oxide technology. It’s packed with high SPF, yet feels crazy light on the skin. Now that’s maximum protection, maximum fun!

  1. Insanely water and sweat resistant
  2. Quick drying
  3. Non-sticky
  4. Micronized zinc oxide technology

First Impression

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The quirky and colorful design easily hooked me. It’s the only sunblock with a summery design that made me look forward to my beach trip more.

Only thing that I dislike about it is that the text printed on the back is too small.

Plastic bottle is sturdy and sticker label is of good quality.

Less trivial stuff about this Beach Hut Max 100++ SPF Review sil vous plait?

My Experience

Scent is appealing and gives off a clean and fresh whiff.

Texture is of any other liquid lotion but absorption requires more time.

Claim of it being light-weight on the skin is inaccurate as it does feel a little dense. However, it’s tolerable and definitely weigh less than when you have a thick cream on your face.

Yes, I also use it on my face because it needs more care compared to other areas of my body.

Feeling after application is a bit warm and pore-clogging.

I advise for you to only use it on your body and use a gel-based SPF on your face instead.

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What I LOVE about it is its true to its claim about maximum protection. My skin easily gets burning sensations from staying under the sun. However, when I had this on, I felt so free to do absolutely everything on the beach.

It’s recommended to be reapplied after every 2 hours but I find that the protection lasts up to 4 hours.

I also didn’t break out from it and if you’ve been following Filipinow, you’re aware that my skin is acne-prone.

Furthermore, your skin won’t feel sticky when you have it on.

The only thing that you may not like about it is its price. I think I got it for 499 PHP for 100ml. It’s more expensive compared to other brands so sharing isn’t an option lol.

  • Packaging: 4/5
  • Efficacy: 6/5
  • Skin-Friendliness: 5/5
  • Affordability: 3/5
  • Availability: 5/5

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xx

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An Aquarius full time Spinster and Poodle mom.

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