Review Kose Suncut UV Perfect Milk Super Water Proof SPF 50+ PA++++

Kose Cosmeport Suncut UV Perfect Milk Review

Kose Suncut UV Perfect Milk Super Water Proof SPF 50+ PA++++ is a product from Kose Cosmeport under its Suncut range is known as a high protection sunscreen. Suncut's Milk is a hybrid sunscreen that is suitable for outdoor use especially if you're spending the day by the water. Read on to know what this Perfect Milk Sunscreen from Cosmeport has to offer.

Disclaimer: I bought this product with my own money to try. I was not paid to write a review but that does not affect my thoughts on it. Do take note that my experience with this product may not be the same as yours as each skin type is different. Your Milage May Vary (YMMV)

What is Kose Suncut UV Perfect Milk?

Kose Cosmeport Suncut UV Perfect Milk Super Water Proof SPF 50+ PA++++ is a hybrid sunscreen. Kose Cosmepot claims it to be non-sticky, silky-smooth and super waterproof with outstanding sweat, water, sebum and friction resistance. It's able to give maximum  UV protection and can be relied on even at the beach or pool. 

What Kose Cosmeport Claims on Its Suncut UV Perfect Milk

Refer website:
1. Super Waterproof
2. Comes off with soap
3. For face & body
4. Can be used as makeup base
5. Strongest UV cut
6. Protects the bare skin from intense ultraviolet rays
7. Light but highly adhesive, resistant to sweat and water.
8. A two-layer smooth smooth milk that can be relied on in the sea and pool.

Product Details
Price: 60MYR (60ml)
Origin: Japan
Skin Concern: Sunscreen
Skin Types: All Skin Types
PAO: 12 Months
Full Ingredients List (INCI): 
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Cyclomethicone, water, ethanol, zinc oxide, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, isododecane, PG dicaprate acid, polysilicone-15, polymethylsilsesquioxane, isotolideyl isononanoate, hexyl diethylaminohydroxybenzoyl Dimethicone, BG, chamomile flower extract, crematis extract, shimotsukesou extract, sugina extract, sardine flower / leaf / stem extract, sardine extract, tokinsenka flower extract, tocopherol, sodium hyaluronate, fuyubodaiju flower extract, yagurumagiku flower extract, Roman chamomile flower extract, brown algae extract, water-soluble collagen, BHT, EDTA-2Na, PEG-9 polydimethylsiloxyethyl dimethicone, squalane, cetyldimethicone, trimethylsiloxysilicic acid, myristic acid, phenoxyethanol

My Thoughts on Kose Cosmeport Suncut UV Perfect Milk

This is my review of Kose Suncut UV Perfect Milk
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Looking into the full list of ingredients for Kose Suncut UV Perfect Milk, its sunscreen mineral is Zinc Oxide and also Octinoxate which makes it a hybrid sunscreen.  It also contains Hyaluronic Acid, Chamomile Extract, Vitamin E and also Squalane which are very good ingredients. However, it contains Ethanol and a number of irritating ingredients as well.

It comes in a fully covered golden plastic bottle with a screw cap and a small snout. The design is simple and the bottle functions wells to get the right amount of product out. However, I really hate their packaging because it's all in Japanese. Honestly, Japanese brands should consider English labels because their products are internationally sold and their labels are still in Japanese. One of the turn-offs, why I don't prefer buying Japanese products, is because it's hard to get direct information.

This milky white milk cream is very light but not too runny. It absorbs pretty well to the skin and does create a white cast if not blended properly. Once absorbs it creates a sheer finish and it does feel rather oily too.

It has quite a strong chemical scent

I'm almost out of this bottle but it took me so long to finish it, it's been more than 6 months already. It's not my first choice of sunscreen actually. I leave it in my bag for mid-day reapplication when I'm outside. Since the SPF and PA coverage is not that bad and the milk easily absorbs into the skin, it's kinda the perfect sunscreen for reapplication. However, since I'm pretty much at home during this lockdown, I'm having a hard time finishing this bottle. It doesn't cause me any irritation or redness and application is also quick, but I hate the oily feel afterwards.

Overall Thoughts
It does as it claims, it's waterproof and it comes off easily with a cleanser. Since the finish of the sunscreen creates a rather oily texture to the skin, it goes very well under makeup. Foundation seems to blend well too and creates a smoother finish. However, I would not be repurchasing Kose's Suncut UV Perfect Milk Super Water Proof SPF 50+ PA++++ anymore.

My Rate
Rate: 3/5
Repurchase: Nope
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