Qurez Mattifying Sunscreen Review | Tinted | SPF50 PA++++ – An sunscreen suitable for indoor and air conditioned environments that has both chemical and physical filters for complete protection.
I have not used their previous non-tinted version so i cannot really compare them. The clean ingredient list is what compelled me to buy this sunscreen. Do i regret my choice?
Read my complete Qurez mattifying sunscreen review below.
We have created a tinted sunscreen with blue light protection, formulated with ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Glycerine, Green Tea, Vitamin E along with 5 UV filters, both physical and chemical, to protect your skin from the UVA & UVB radiation and Blue Light.
The sunscreen is formulated to provide ultra protection indoors as well as outdoors and suits all skin types. It contains no artificial fragrance, soothes acne-prone and sensitive skin.
The smooth formula is easy to apply and gives a mattifying yet moisturizing finish. It is FDA approved, GMP certified, lab tested and bears 5 Boot Star Rating.
- Provides ultra-protection from the UVA+UVB rays
- Protects your skin from the blue light emitted by digital devices
- Prevents sunburns, sun tanning, redness, and inflammation
- Reduces the risk of dark spots and hyperpigmentation
Let us start the Qurez mattifying sunscreen review with its ingredient list.
Ok, now that is suspicious as this sunscreen does have a mild non-irritating scent to it, I am not sure why though.🤔
Being a tinted sunscreen, Qurez has an orangish tint to it.
50ml – 499/-
You can get this on sale for 300+.
The consistency of Qurez sunscreen is thin like a lotion without the oiliness.
Skin Type – Normal Sensitive Acne Prone
I chose Qurez mattifying sunscreen along with the Minimalist SPF50 sunscreen(Review Here) for this summer season, as they were both free from fragrance, oxybenzone/Benzophenone-3 and OMC plus, it was on sale too.
To be honest, I had high expectation for the Minimalist sunscreen while having almost zero expectation for the Qurez brand. I was indeed deeply sceptical as i have never used anything from this brand. Oh Boy! how wrong could i be?
The Qurez sunscreen comes in a convenient tube packaging. As it has a thin lotion like consistency, it is really easy to spread and blend.
This is my second tinted sunscreen after Lotus herbals which for obvious reasons i will never repurchase.
Although there is an orange tint to this sunscreen, it matches my skin tone really well after blending. Qurez sunscreen did not give me an ashy look and also, it does not have a white cast at all.
This sunscreen does take a minute to get fully absorbed into the skin but on the positive note, it does settle to a complete matte finish. You have to blend the sunscreen quickly else it does dry faster and become streaky after which you will end up pulling your skin while trying to blend it.
Most importantly, I was worried whether Qurez sunscreen would cause breakouts or irritation on my skin but fortunately it did not. I am glad that it does not contain fragrance and OMC as these ingredients always irritate my skin.
In short, I was pleasantly surprised and pleased with how good this sunscreen worked despite being cost effective and relatively new to the market.
The sunscreen is not water or sweat resistant which is a big problem for me.
When i am in the kitchen or balcony garden, It just melts off with the mildest sweat. It also transfers to my face mask.😣
But, i would still gladly buy this sunscreen as it is one of the best sunscreens i have ever used. Trust me, i have used far too many with tolerable and at times disastrous results. My skin is just that weird.
Safe Ingredient List
- Hybrid sunscreen – maximum protection
- Provides high protection against UVA,UVB, and also Blue light.
- Tinted sunscreen👍
- Budget friendly
- Pleasant fragrance
- Light weight – lotion like thin consistency
- Super easy to spread
- Sets to a matte finish
- Does not pill or ball up
- Non oily
- Did not cause irritation or breakout on my sensitive skin
- Zero white cast
- Suits all skin types
- Suitable for indoor and air conditioned environments.
- Contains aloe Vera, glycerine, green tea, vitamin E
- Free from controversial chemical filters
- Free from fragrance, parabens, Phthalates
- Not water/sweat resistant.
- Takes 1-2 minutes to get completely absorbed to a matte finish.(Not really a CON)
- Melts off in hot climate.
Yes, Yes And a big YES😇 But for indoor use only.
Despite not being water resistant, i loved the formulation and the comfortable matte finish it provides PLUS no breakouts or irritation. And it is budget friendly too.
Wouldn’t i be too greedy if i ask for more? I am happy as it is.
RATING – 4/5
That was my honest Qurez mattifying sunscreen review. Hope it was helpful.