Watery Fluid Sunscreen by The History of Whoo

Today I’m going to talk about sunscreen products, especially being an Asian guy living in a high humidity climate, it’s very important to use a sunblock that is lightweight, does not feel tacky and heavy upon application.

Some sunscreen are prone to pore-clogging which may lead to breakout and some even have white thin film casting, all these were experiences from using mid-range to high-end skincare brands. So finally, I managed to found one particular product from The History of Whoo which is the Gongjinhyang: Soo Vital Hydrating Sun Fluid SPF50+/ PA+++ that met all the criteria.

What I like about this product, it is super lightweight and comfortable meanwhile able to provides long-lasting hydration and give you a refreshing feeling which is a great combo for all-year summer climate. And upon application, there will be a cooling effect, which makes it perfect for Asian guys living in high humidity climate, but don’t be confused with cooling effect as men’s product are well known to have menthol in it but this is not the menthol cooling effect you’re thinking of.

For those who wear makeup, you can see your makeup went on quite well on top of it. May it be with a primer or without primer, makeup glides smoothly over it. You can also mix your colored primer with this sunscreen as this is non-tinted, another trick that I’ve learned in order to color correct your skin tone effectively.

The texture is milky but super watery and lightweight. It absorbs immediately into your skin and you’ll feel a matte finishing. The scent, however, might turn off some people as it has a weird subtle soapy cum flowery scent but it won’t linger and disappear after some time.

I’m already on my 2nd bottle so you can imagine how committed I’m to this sunscreen. And I’ve gotten the special kit set with the same pricing that comes with Gongjinhyang Soo Soo Yeon Hydrating Foam Cleanser 40ml and Gongjinhyang Soo Soo Yeon Hydrating Overnight Mask 13ml which is worth your every penny.


*I’m an Asian guy with an oily combination skin condition in my early 30s and living a tropical climate with hot and humid weather.
**Reviews are based on my own experience usage, research online and knowledge shared between beauty advisors.

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