[REVIEW] Innisfree Daily UV Protection Cream Mild SPF 35 PA++

It’s been a while since I review sunscreen, ever since my failure with the much raved Shiseido sunscreen, I honestly scared to try another sunscreen other than my trustee Biorè UV Sunscreen. Since it was pretty hard for me to adjust with new sunscreen, I am scared if a sunscreen left white cast, or even worse, broke me out. So, how about this Innisfree Daily UV Protection Cream Mild SPF 35 PA++? Scroll down to see my opinion regarding this sunscreen!


1. Contains sunflower oil and green tea extract
Sunflower oil and Jeju green tea extract protect the skin against strong UV rays

2. Water based formula
It is quickly absorbed into the skin to leave it feeling moisturized and refreshed

3. Contains common purslane and Asiatic pennywort extract
Both ingredients soothe and protect the skin against harmful UV rays and external irritants

4. 5-Free system
Free from animal ingredients, mineral oil, perfume, tar color and talc

At the last stage of your skincare routine, evenly apply onto easily exposed areas of face.

(1) Immediately stop using in case of skin abnormalities after use.
(2) Always recap after use.
(3) Use as quickly as possible after opening.
(4) Do not stay too long in the sun, even while using a sunscreen product.


This sunscreen comes with a pretty heavy cream texture, in fact when I spread it out, it turns out that this sunscreen is easy to spread, and pretty lightweight, especially for morning routines. Though the sunscreen leaves a subtle white cast, within minutes the white cast would go away and won’t disturb under your makeup. The good news with this sunscreen is, it didn’t broke out my skin! It’s unscented and colourless, so I guess, it’s save to say that this sunscreen is sensitive skin friendly.


So, I have to say that this is a pretty descent sunscreen for daily usage! Even though maybe I will still rely on Biorè UV Aqua Sunscreen due to its higher SPF, but this sunscreen is a pretty good alternative when I’m running out of my Biorè one. Would I recommend it? Of course! This Innisfree Daily UV Protection Cream Mild SPF 35 PA++ also comes with similar pricetag with the Biorè one, so I guess this sunscreen is pretty comparable with Biorè UV Aqua Sunscreen.


7 thoughts on “[REVIEW] Innisfree Daily UV Protection Cream Mild SPF 35 PA++

    1. Hi! I think this sunscreen would work for oily skin also! 🙂 If you feel like that it’s too heavy for you, maybe you want to try the INNISFREE Daily UV Protection Cream No Sebum SPF35 PA+++ since I see that lots of people with oily skin prefer this sunscreen. Hope this help! Xx.

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