Pigeon UV Baby Milk Waterproof SPF50+ PA++++

Pigeon UV Baby Milk Waterproof

Release Date
2013
Size
20g / 50g
Brand
Pigeon
Producer
Pigeon Corporation
Product Type
Sunscreen
Price
¥700 / ¥1,200
SPF・PA
SPF50+·PA++++
UV Filter(s)
Zinc Oxide & Titanium Dioxide.
DETAILS

Pigeon UV Baby Milk Waterproof is a Japanese sunscreen milk for babies.

The sunscreen milk has a gentle, hypoallergenic formula that protects newborn babies’ delicate skin from UV damage while having fun outdoors in the sun. A blend of ceramide and hyaluronic acid keeps the skin hydrated.

Non-sticky. Non-greasy.

  • For face and body.
  • Resistant to water and sweat.
  • Removable with soap.
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

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FULL INGREDIENTS LIST

Cyclopentasiloxane,, zinc oxide,, water,, dimethicone,, titanium dioxide,, polyglyceryl-3 polydimethylsiloxyethyl dimethicone,, isotridecyl isononanoate,, dipropylene glycol,, aluminum hydroxide,, stearic acid,, triethoxysilylethyl polydimethylsiloxyethyl hexyl dimethicone,, PEG-9 polydimethylsiloxyethyl dimethicone,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, sodium chloride,, sodium hyaluronate,, ceramide II,, tocopherol,, sodium citrate,, dimethicone/PEG-10/15 crosspolymer,, dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer,, PPG-4 ceteth-20,, phenoxyethanol.

日本語 (JAPANESE)

ピジョン UVベビーミルク ウォータープルーフ」の全成分:クロペンタシロキサン、酸化亜鉛、水、ジメチコン、酸化チタン、ポリグリセリル-3ポリジメチルシロキシエチルジメチコン、イソノナン酸イソトリデシル、DPG、水酸化AI、ステアリン酸、トリエトキシシリルエチルポリジメチルシロキシエチルヘキシルジメチコン、PEG-9ポリジメチルシロキシエチルジメチコン、塩化Na、ヒアルロン酸Na、セラミド2、トコフェロール、クエン酸Na、(ジメチコン/(PEG-10/15))クロスポリマー、(ジメチコン/ビニルジメチコン)クロスポリマー、PPG-4セテス-20、フェノキシエタノール

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Shirley
Shirley
4 years ago

Sorry, posted on wrong article. Meant to be on your 2017 best picks. Will repost.

Shirley
Shirley
4 years ago

Hi, love your blog! Is the Acesine sweat and sebum proof? I didn’t see a proper review on your site. On the Japanese site, it says that it is waterproof. Is this the equivalent of sweat and sebum proof? Thanks and keep up the good work!

Jem
Jem
4 years ago

Hi, is it possible to help share skincare products or beauty tips popular with Japanese pregnant ladies? Thanks!

Sophia
Sophia
5 years ago

Hi! I would just like to ask what sunscreen do you recommend for use under makeup and for oily skin? I need a sunscreen that won’t melt my makeup off or make my face a complete greaseball >< thank you!

Sophia
Sophia
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Do you have any specific recommendations? ^^

Sophia
Sophia
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Thank you so much!!

Sarah
Sarah
5 years ago

Hello ratzilla! I would like to ask:
This ss only has two filters and it’s both physical at that! Though the PA states that it’s 4+’s . Would it be less efficient (in terms of PA) to other sunscreens containing a mixture of chemical AND physical filters? I’m just really paranoid haha! Thank you for ur site! <3

Sarah
Sarah
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

so you’re saying that in PA++++ with only physical sun filters it can only go up to a maximum PPD of 16 and not above that? Also,would you care to put into more words the last sentence? thanks for the speedy reply!

Sarah
Sarah
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Ahhh I see! Then It really fathoms me why companies even make these “physical only” sunscreens if chemical sunscreens are wayyy more cosmetically elegant and have high UVA protection!
Another question : Is mineral oil & petrolatum (as in good ol’ vaseline xD) the same? If mineral oil breaks me out,would petrolatum break me out,too? I know everyone’s skin is different and

one man’s meat could be another man’s poison; but I would really love to hear your insight on this! 🙂
Thanks again for the speedy reply. You should write blogposts! 🙂 xoxo

Sarah
Sarah
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Ahhh I see!
Oh, but I thought Petrolatum is a derivative FROM mineral oil?

Guest
Guest
4 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Hi Ratzilla, let’s say I am using the Pigeon Sun Milk, applying properly (1/4 tsp or 2mg) and reapplying when I sweat it off. Does it give me a PPD of AT LEAST 16? since as I know i understand it, pa++++ is PPD 16+. I am not too worried about the whitecast since most chemical sunscreens contain fragrance and alcohol, which would exacerbate my horrid eczema. I am now using the Skin Aqua UV Moisture MILK, it is relatively perfect except that it has a ppd of 8, which gives blocks 88% of UVA rays whilst a PPD of

Guest
Guest
4 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Would you care to elaborate on that? I’ve read somewhere before that the face size variance does not really have that big of a difference unless you have a ginormous head or a palm-sized face, no? I’ve read a post about the 1/4tsp on FutureDerm and It says that 1/4tsp is the best?

eve.

Guest
Guest
4 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

thanks, those were excellent food for thought. That was extremely confusing. Do you have a science background? So how much milk ( I dont know how to do the 1mg per….) sunscreen do I need to make it 2mg? The size of a nickel?

eve

Guest
Guest
4 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Thanks 😉

Guest
Guest
4 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Sorry, I forgot to ask. What about extremely EXTREMELY RUNNY LIQUIDY sunblocks like the Sunkiller Perfect strong in the white bottle? Those are sooo runny it’s like a serum @@

thanks,
Eve

Guest
Guest
4 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

I humbly apologize for the error. A PPD of 8 gives me about 88% of protection against UVA rays while a sunscreen with a PPD of 16 (1-1÷16 x 100) gives me a protection of 93% against UVA rays, assuming that I’m applying and reapplying correctly, that it does not pill on my face and adheres like it is supposed to, with relevant waiting times and all the other jazz. I am asking as I am concerned with aging and skin damage from UVA rays, I plan on using a sunscreen with a PA of Four Pluses to amplify the… Read more »

kei
kei
5 years ago

Is it good for adults too? I am looking for a physical sunblock for little bit oily skin

kei
kei
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Thank you for the quick response! Then what product would be ideal?
I have been looking through the list and found DHC Suncut Q10 EX Gel might be good for me. What do you think? Any other suggestions?

kei
kei
5 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

I see. Could you recommend one product if that is ok? 🙂

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