[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] If you prefer a mineral sunscreen, Kora Organics Silky Sun Drops will be right up your street. These new drops from Kora Organics use non-nano zinc in a blend that includes raspberry and ectoin.

There’s a very fine formulation line between a sun protectant feeling to slippy and slight to be doing any good whatsoever and feeling heavy and cloying. I’d say that this finds the ideal balance – it’s not traceless in feel but it does feel that it’s weather-proofing your skin from the sun. I touched on the ingredients above but actually there’s so much more to this blend. Noni (a tropical superfruit), chia seed (always feel a bit sceptical because five minutes ago nobody had even heard of chia) and algica which is going to properly hold in moisture. It gives a pleasant, just-moisturised glow on the complexion.

I have a couple of reservations – the dropper isn’t the most efficient and doesn’t bring out a great deal of product which I think might encourage you to skimp rather than dip back in, and the other is that it’s £52. It’s a mental shift, I think, between skin care and sun care because if I was telling you this price for a hydrating skin care serum it would feel expensive but not unexpected, however, if it’s just sun care it would feel expensive. This is an organic hybrid and will appeal to those trying to keep their beauty routine as ‘clean’ as possible who need a moisture hit as well as SPF protection. You can find Kora Organics Silky Sun Drops HERE.


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