- Release Date
- Kao Corporation
- Product Type
- UV Filter(s)
- Zinc Oxide & Titanium Dioxide.
Biore UV Kids Pure Milk is a Japanese kid’s sunscreen milk.
The mineral sunscreen fluid is specially formulated to gently protect kids’ delicate skin. It features Biore’s “Mineral Barrier Outer Skin” formula that creates a fine, even UV-blocking film that adheres like a second layer of skin and stays put even when it comes in contact with perspiration, water, or friction from clothes. Shea butter and butylene glycol keep skin moisturised.
Ideal for everyday wear and outdoor playtime, it applies smoothly and absorbs quickly to leave the skin comfortable with a bare-skin feel. Sand won’t stick to the skin.
- For face and body.
- Resistant to water and sweat (40 minutes).
- Removable with face/body wash or soap.
Ingredient(s): Alcohol-Free Fragrance-Free Paraben-Free Physical UV Filters Only
Skin Type(s): Children's Skin Sensitive Skin
UV Protection: Everyday Wear Outdoor Activities & Sports
Shake well before use. Apply liberally and evenly to all exposed skin. Reapply immediately after sweating or towel-drying. It may leave white stains on car seats.
Cyclopentasiloxane,, zinc oxide,, hydrogenated polyisobutene,, dimethicone,, butylene glycol,, titanium dioxide,, water,, talc,, PEG-30 dipolyhydroxystearate,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, C30-45 alkyldimethylsilyl polypropylsilsesquioxane,, aluminum hydroxide,, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter),, stearic acid,, triethoxycaprylylsilane,, sorbitan isostearate,, methicone.
Does it leave a strong white cast?
Is it okay for oily skin?
I can only think about some kind of oily silky finish since the sand doesn’t stick to it, wich makes it incompatible with makeup but also difficult to wear just by itself. Or it has a dry finish?
Thank you in advance for your answers!
This is made to suit little kids and babies (not adults, especially with oily skin), so no, it wouldn’t be suitable at all.
Thank you! I used the old version wich was also for kids and I liked it so much! I am so sad it is discontinued and I was hoping I could work with the new version. it is not meant to be ☹️
Why do they have to add butylene glycol to everything? RIP, Nobi Noni Kids Milk 🙁
So sad to see they discontinued their previous kids’ milk. Though I’m far from its target demographic, I liked its finish. I also see they switched from organic to inorganic filters. Does Japan have the same fear of organic filters that the US has? Here, there’s a widespread fear they’re dangerous (although there is no evidence), but I love them for their cosmetic elegance & superior protection.
Not at all. The trend this year for kids sunscreens is inorganic UV filters due to the topic of ocean/reef-safe (hence the marine life illustrations on the packaging).
The original product was far superior from this one.