- Release Date
- Shigaisen Yohou
- Ishizawa Laboratories
- Product Type
- UV Filter(s)
- Zinc Oxide, Octinoxate & Ensulizole.
The product has been replaced or discontinued as of 2013.
Shigaisen Yohou Make Keep UV Spray is a Japanese aerosol sunscreen that works like a makeup setting spray.
The aerosol sunscreen disperses a transparent micro-fine mist that can be sprayed directly onto the face over makeup. In addition to sun protection, it controls oil and keeps makeup in place. It is formulated with collagen, hyaluronic acid, arbutin, and a blend of seven plant extracts to moisturize and brighten skin.
- For the face.
- Resistant to water, sweat, and sebum.
- Can be used as a makeup base.
- Removable with a face wash.
Ingredient(s): Alcohol-Free Arbutin BHA Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate Fragrance-Free Hyaluronic Acid Paraben-Free
Skin Type(s): Combination Skin Dry Skin Mature Skin Oily Skin Sensitive Skin
Beauty Concern(s): Oily Shine
UV Protection: Everyday Wear
Shake well and spray in a circular motion 15–20 cm away from the face with the eyes and mouth closed. Reapply during the day as needed.
LP gas, water,, cyclopentasiloxane,, zinc oxide,, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate,, ethylhexyl palmitate,, trimethylsiloxysilicate,, orange oil,, dipotassium glycyrrhizate,, alpha-arbutin,, vitis vinifera (grape) leaf extract,, saxifraga sarmentosa extract,, sodium acetylated hyaluronate,, scutellaria baicalensis root extract,, morus bombycis bark extract,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, chamomilla recutita flower extract,, acerola fruit extract,, hydrolyzed collagen,, aloe barbadensis leaf extract,, polymethylsilsesquioxane,, phenylbenzimidazole sulfonic acid,, pentylene glycol,, triethanolamine,, PEG-3 dimethicone,, caprylyl methicone,, glycerin,, sorbitan sesquistearate,, hydrogen dimethicone,, sorbitan sesquioleate,, mica,, tocopherol,, stearic acid,, butylene glycol,, ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate,, phenoxyethanol.
Do you know of similar – more easily optainable for an European – products? Like specifically made to go over makeup. Thanks!
European sunscreens as a whole are completely different. I personally find them to be unusable, for even just the body. There’re aerosols and lotion sprays available in Europe but they’re incompatible with makeup, over or under.