Recommended Sunscreens For Oily Skin In Singapore in 2022

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It goes without saying that using sunscreen is crucial for living a healthy life. It's critical to select sunscreen that will shield your skin from the sun's damaging rays, because of Singapore's hot and humid climate.


We'll talk about our recommendation for sunscreen in this blog article.

How does sunscreen protect our skin?

An efficient sunblock will:


  • have a minimum SPF of 30
  • be broad spectrum, which means that it shields you from UVA and UVB radiation.
  • utilize active chemicals to deflect UV radiation, such as zinc oxide or titanium dioxide.
  • To prevent UV radiation from accessing the skin layers, sunscreens will either contain chemical absorbers or physical blockers.


Skin damage that can result in skin cancer and melanomas can be avoided with the use of sunscreen (a specific type of skin cancer).


Reapply sunscreen every two hours to maximize its effectiveness, especially after swimming or perspiring. You should ideally get one that is water-resistant as well.

How to choose Sunscreens For Oily Skin?

The SPF 15 you've been slathering on won't cut it with any sunscreen, so it's important to pick one with a high enough SPF. Experts often advise SPF 30 or greater for everyday usage. But in addition to SPF, there are a few more things to think about if you have oily skin.


a) Pick a lightweight formulation.

Consider sheer lotions, serums, and gel creams. Any sunscreen with a lightweight texture is best if you don't want your face to seem shiny before noon.


Experts agree that powder-based sunscreens are a suitable choice to apply on top of sunscreen to reduce shine. In the end, you should choose a product that feels light on your skin, whether it's chemical-only, mineral-only, or a combination of the two.


b) Choose oil-free options

You'd be surprised at how many sunscreens for oily skin include pore-clogging oils, despite the fact that it may seem obvious. Experts warn against using comedogenic compounds such isopropyl myristate, isopropyl palmitate, soybean oil, and coconut oil.


Look for non-comedogenic and oil-free labelling. Make careful to switch it on before adding anything to your basket because many beauty websites let you choose "oil-free" as an ingredient option when going through all the options.


c) Keywords on the label

To find these terms, look for phrases like "mattifying," "oil-absorbing," "pore-minimizing," "non-shiny," and "blurring." They are widely used in sunscreens made for oily skin's labels, packaging, and/or product descriptions.

Recommended Sunscreen by MSKIN-23


We advise using our Rejuvenation Sunscreen, which provides extensive UVA and UVB protection. Z-COTE (Micronized Zinc Oxide), the material used to make it, is gentle and transparent when applied to the skin. Anti-oxidants are added to skincare products to strengthen their anti-aging and anti-wrinkle defenses against free radicals that damage the skin.

It includes SPF 30 and is non-comedogenic, making it suited for all skin types. It's light, doesn't clog pores, and is perfect for Singapore's humid climate.




●Protection from UVA UVB harmful rays


●Does not clogged pores

●Easy to apply

●Brightens skin with daily usage

●Regulate Skin’s Hydration level


●Discontinue use if irritation occurs and contact your physician if necessary.



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Oily skin is common, especially with the humid weather in Singapore. However, the daily usage of sunscreen is still necessary to protect the skin from ageing, pigmentation, uneven skin tone, and damage. Consider the SPF rating, the sunscreen's components, and its’ texture when making your choice.

Size: 30ml Type: Sunscreen Characteristics: Broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection.  Anti-Oxidants for defense against wrinkles and aging. Non-oily and translucent finishing. Ultra soothing and hydrating formula....


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