I got a bottle of Nivea Sun Invisible Cooling Mist SPF 50 for review a couple of months ago. I brought it with me to Guam during Holy Week because I knew we’d be at the beach almost everyday.
My morning ritual in Guam included spraying myself with Nivea Sun Invisible Cooling Mist before going out to the beach. My friend and fellow blogger Marj swears by it. She road-tested it in Palawan where she wore her watch the entire time and she didn’t get a strap mark!
Spraying yourself with Nivea Sun Invisible Cooling Mist gives your skin a sheen which is kind of like how hairspray coats your hair. It practically disappears when it dries completely though.
Did it work? I’ll let you be the judge. This is my swimsuit’s shoulder strap. My arms are naturally darker compared to my shoulders because I’m always driving.
This is a photo of my shoulder without the swimsuit strap after two days of going to the beach every morning, staying an average of two hours each time. I swam, waded, and sat by the shore. No swimsuit strap mark! Of course I really overdid the spraying… so much so that my hubby would practically yell at me to stop already since our hotel room was becoming hazy and mist-filled, lol. Well, you know how afraid I am of the sun. 😛
What I like about Nivea Sun Invisible Cooling Mist SPF 50:
- It’s relatively easy and mess-free to apply because you just spray it all over your body.
- It does have a cooling sensation.
- It’s not sticky after it dries completely.
- It works — look ma, no strap marks!
- It doesn’t come off when you swim.
Downside? The mist and the scent can get overpowering (since it’s in aerosol form) if you spray it on to the max like I did, lol. Other than that, there’s really no downside. Nivea Sun Invisible Cooling Mist costs P550 per bottle and is available at all leading drugstores, department stores, and supermarkets nationwide.
If you want max protection against sun damage and skin darkening this summer, this is definitely what you need!
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