Etude House Super Aqua Sun Guard SPF35 PA++

Yoohoo!

Anyone missed me? I know I haven’t been around lately, have been working like real hard! Even weekend I am at work!

I have been wanting to review this sunblock which I have been using for quite a few months and since it’s on sale, I reckon I should be reviewing it!

I brought this sunblock with me to Melaka and Bangkok too!

Can you guess which sunblock is that? :D No, it’s not Biore.

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Ok, I’ll tell.

Tada!

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Etude House Super Aqua Sun Guard SPF35 PA++

What it claims to do…

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It’s texture and blendability…

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A dollop of it, spread it out, no white cast or greasiness!

Pretty much sums it up with pictures ya?

Here’s my thought.

It’s not as runny or as liquid as Biore which I am so used to, however it isn’t as thick as Neutrogena. It’s a bit hard to spread, maybe I am biased because I am so used to runny liquids, but don’t let my remarks put you off! I’m still using it anyway. LOL.

Unlike Neutrogena, this one isn’t heavy on the skin, it doesn’t feel like you have a mask on. And neither it gives you the shininess the minute you put it on. It dries down to a slightly matte powdery finish, but leaves your skin a bit of a glow. If you don’t like it, pat a bit of powder and everything is okay.

I took this along with me to Melaka and Bangkok, along with my Hada Labo Whitening Toner (i really should be reviewing this!) and Neutrogena Fine Fairness Serum, I haven’t gone any darker at all despite being under the sun for like 2 whole weeks!

It retails for RM29.90 but it goes for sale quite often in Etude House, 30% if I am not mistaken. If you are running out on sunscreens, maybe you want to give this a try? Currently going for 30% off in Etude House until 4th April!

Oh snap! Where did my ingredient list go? >_< Ugh, will try to find it, if I do, I’ll update the post!

8 thoughts on “Etude House Super Aqua Sun Guard SPF35 PA++

  1. iheartkoreanbeauty

    Hi Plue!

    Congrats on this cool site :)

    I notice that you use Korean beauty products, and just wanted to let you know about my blogshop- iheartkoreanbeauty.blogspot.com which sells all kinds of Korean beauty stuff from jewellery to skincare and cosmetics at lower prices than the retail shops (in Singapore at least!)

    Will be really happy if you decide to check out my shop :)

    Hope to hear from you soon

    Cheers
    Z

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    plue Reply:

    Hello Z,

    I was looking through your blogshop, and it does look pretty nice with lovely items! Tony Moly and Innisfree! But was wondering if you ship to Malaysia? And how do you calculate the items in MYR? Thanks aye!

    Hope your business is doing well!

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  2. Z

    Hi Plue,

    Great to hear back from you! :)

    The blogshop is slowly taking off, so I’m very happy, thanks for asking :) Still keeping my fingers crossed that this can be my full time job ;) Your kind comments about my site are much appreciated- praise is always welcome ;)

    I’m actually in Korea to stock up/ do market research now so do email me if there is any brand or product that you are interested in :) I definitely ship to Malaysia :) At this point in time, I am using an exchange rate of 1S$= RM2.35 so all the prices on my site (plus postage)would be multiplied by 2.35- I adjust this as per the rate on the internet so I will advise on the confirmed exchange rate at the time of order (based on the UOB exchange rate closely).

    Hope this information is helpful and do feel free to let me know if you have any other questions :) Look forward to- hopefully- hearing from you again ;)

    Cheers
    Z
    iheartkoreanbeauty.blogspot.com

    P.S. We try to be as “Korean” as possible so we include samples (orders of any amount) and free gifts (orders above a certain amount)! You can let us know if there are any particular products that you are keen on/ any particular concerns you have about your skin :)

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  3. max

    Is this sunblock oil free?

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    plue Reply:

    Hi Max, I believe this is not oil free, as it is not stated on the packaging itself. But it’s lightweight enough for my oily skin to use :)

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