Biore UV Face Milk (2019 Formula)

Biore UV Face Milk (2019 version)

Release Date
2019.2.9
Size
30ml
Brand
Biore
Producer
Kao Corporation
Product Type
Sunscreen
Price
¥682
SPF・PA
SPF50+·PA++++
UV Filter(s)
Zinc Oxide, Octinoxate, Titanium Dioxide, Uvinul A Plus & Tinosorb S.
DETAILS

Biore UV Face Milk is a mattifying facial Japanese sunscreen milk for oily skin.

The lightweight facial sunscreen fluid is renewed to feature Biore’s new “Smooth Water Repellent Veil” that better prevents the skin from feeling sticky when sweating than its previous formula. Sebum-absorbing powder keeps the skin silky smooth and shine-free all day. A blend of hyaluronic acid and glycerin keeps skin moisturised.

The milky sunscreen gives oily skin long-lasting protection against UV damage while leaving the skin silky smooth and extending the wear of makeup. Ideally suited for everyday wear and outdoor activities.

  • For the face.
  • Resistant to water, sweat, and sebum (80 minutes).
  • Cam be used as a makeup base.
  • Removable with a makeup remover.

Production date printed on the bottle.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

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FULL INGREDIENTS LIST

Cyclopentasiloxane,, zinc oxide,, alcohol,, water,, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate,, dimethicone,, hydrogenated polyisobutene,, lauryl methacrylate/sodium methacrylate crosspolymer,, isopropyl palmitate,, titanium dioxide,, diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate,, polymethylsilsesquioxane,, talc,, glycerin,, bis-ethylhexyloxyphenol methoxyphenyl triazine,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, PEG-12 dimethicone,, triethoxycaprylylsilane,, polysilicone-9,, PEG-3 dimethicone,, vinyl dimethicone/methicone silsesquioxane crosspolymer,, aluminum hydroxide,, dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer,, stearic acid,, PEG-32,, styrene/stearyl methacrylate crosspolymer,, methicone,, BHT,, sodium hyaluronate,,  phenoxyethanol.

日本語 (JAPANESE)

ビオレ UV さらさらフェイスミルク」の全成分:シクロペンタシロキサン、酸化亜鉛、エタノール、水、メトキシケイヒ酸エチルヘキシル、ジメチコン、水添ポリイソブテン、(メタクリル酸ラウリル/メタクリル酸Na)クロスポリマー、パルミチン酸イソプロピル、酸化チタン、ジエチルアミノヒドロキシベンゾイル安息香酸ヘキシル、ポリメチルシルセスキオキサン、タルク、グリセリン、ビスエチルヘキシルオキシフェノールメトキシフェニルトリアジン、PEG-12ジメチコン、トリエトキシカプリリルシラン、ポリシリコーン-9、PEG-3ジメチコン、(ビニルジメチコン/メチコンシルセスキオキサン)クロスポリマー、水酸化Al、(ジメチコン/ビニルジメチコン)クロスポリマー、ステアリン酸、PEG-32、(スチレン/メタクリル酸ステアリル)クロスポリマー、メチコン、BHT、ヒアルロン酸Na、フェノキシエタノール

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Jen
Jen
1 year ago

New formulation of any of my Holy Grail products always makes me anxious. the 2015 formulation did a good job in improving it making it more lightweight but this new formulation seems to make it thicker/oilier. i’m also concerned with the emollient additional properties such as the glycerin and isopropyl palmitate. Isopropyl palmitate derives from coconut oil which could clog pore aside from its wonderful moisturizing effect. this sunscreen is targeted towards oily skin so i’m anxious of how it would fare on the oily skin consumers…or is it taking a new direction catering to a drier skin consumers now??

Jen
Jen
1 year ago
Reply to  G. Haruka

I agree, when i was in Japan this sunscreen seems to be overlooked by the local stores. it’s very hard to find unlike overseas especially in the humid Asian countries. I think its major customers are ones outside Japan indeed. I just hope their new formula won’t lose their overseas customers whose climates and skin condition fare really well with the old formula. As for the new formula, i try to look for the review but could not find any. Do you see any review in any of the Japanese site? Please kindly share the link if there’s any Thank… Read more »

NUR FARHANA JAMALUDIN
NUR FARHANA JAMALUDIN
1 year ago

Would you know what the different between the perfect milk and the face milk? Look like perfect meant to be used for both face and body but anyone know how the two perform on face?

RJ
RJ
1 year ago

Is there a white cast to this?

bremar67
bremar67
1 year ago
Reply to  RJ

I would love to know this as well!! I realize that zinc oxide can be micronized etc. but as a guy – who can’t use makeup to camouflage a ghostly pallor – it always makes me a bit apprehensive when I see it as an ingredient…and even more so when titanium dioxide is also at the party. 🙂

Marilyn
Marilyn
1 year ago
Reply to  bremar67

I’m asian so I have a somewhat light complexion but not tan nor pale. This sunscreen gives me the tiniest amount of white cast possible. It’s nothing compared to typical American sunscreens. I only notice it because I’m looking closely at myself in the mirror but it’s completely acceptable to wear out in public. If you apply too much, the white cast will be more noticeable.

Malaika
Malaika
1 year ago

Does anyone know if this gives the same brightening primer like effect of the old perfect face milk? Thanks:)

WEZ WOS
WEZ WOS
1 year ago

I’m really sad to see they have added glycerin to the formula. Skin products with glycerin eventually make my skin look shiny and for me, do not hold up during humid weather. On top of that they’ve added more emollients. *sigh* I’m willing to give the new formula a chance but I’m still planning to look into alternatives 🙁

Chris
Chris
1 year ago

Well, they ruined the formula for people with acne-prone skin. Why use such risky emollients like isopropyl palmitate and even straight fatty acids like stearic acid now? Not great for oily skin. I’ll stick with the NIVEA MEN – UV Protector SPF50+ PA++++ from 2018.

Chris
Chris
1 year ago
Reply to  G. Haruka

Thanks for the clarification. It is my understanding that Asians generally have lower androgen receptor sensitivity and as a result, acne or even having visible facial pores isn’t much of a “thing”, but still, given the popularity of this sunscreen outside of Japan and the marketing towards oily skin, I expect a lot of people will be unhappy about this change.

Jam
Jam
1 year ago
Reply to  G. Haruka

What is the most popular sunscreen in Japan? I’m curious.

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