Qurez SPF 50 Mattifying Mineral Sunscreen Review

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In today’s post I am reviewing the Qurez SPF 50 Mattifying Mineral Sunscreen.

When I SEE the words mineral and matte in a sunscreen I am all “YAYY”. One of my subscribers on YouTube asked me to review this sunscreen. So I went to their website and I read the ingredient list, the pricing and reviews on Instagram. I must say I was pretty impressed. So I went ahead and purchased the product for myself.

Qurez is a SPF 50 mattifying mineral sunscreen with PA +++. On the packaging it says that it is suitable for all skin types. 

The product is phthalate free, paraben free and fragrance free.

Ingredients-

DM Water, Aloe vera leaf extract, Stearic Acid, Cetyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Methylene Bis-Benzotriazolyl Tetramethylbutylphenol (and) Aqua (and) Decyl Glucoside (and) Propylene Glycol (and) Xanthan Gum, Isopropyl Myristate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Micronized Titanium Dioxide, Vegetable glycerine, Sorbitan Olivate, Matcha green tea, Allantoin, Coco – Caprylate / Caprate, Sodium Gluconate, Vitamin E

Price- 450 INR

Quantity- 50 ml

Packaging-

The product comes in an opaque white and orange tube with a flip top.

Texture and consistency-

It has a very creamy texture which glides on smoothly on the skin.

Application-

Apply a liberal amount of sunscreen on your face, neck, ears and other exposed areas 20 minutes before stepping out in the sun.

My experience with the product-

When I first got this sunscreen I was pretty excited to use it on my skin. I have heard many people saying that it does not give a white cast and has an amazing matte feel to it. For me I would say I was pretty disappointed when I first applied it on my skin. The texture of the sunscreen is very creamy for sure and it does give a matte feel on application but the sunscreen does not blend properly on the skin and clings to my hairline and eyebrows. It does give a white cast but it gets settled in 20-30 minutes. The major problem was the BLENDING. I do have a habit of applying a BB cream on top of my sunscreen when I go out to give that even toned complexion but this one didn’t work well under it. Aesthetically speaking my skin was not looking good after the application. It was looking patchy and cakey.

I have been trying this sunscreen for more than a week now, still facing the same issue everyday. I’ll try to come up with something to do about the application as that is the only problem I am facing with it. Other than this the sunscreen does have a good ingredient list, it’s fragrance free, 100% vegan and cruelty free.

I didn’t experience any clogging of pores and active breakouts after its usage.

Pros-

  • Good ingredient list.
  • Affordable.
  • Mineral sunscreen.
  • Vegan.
  • Cruelty free.
  • GMP certified.
  • Fragrance free.
  • Mattifying.
  • Did not break me out.
  • Easily available in india.
  • SPF 50, both UVA and UVB protection.
  • PA+++.

Cons-

  • Leaves a white cast (20-30 mins).
  • Can give dry patches.
  • Does not blend properly on my skin.
  • Dry skin beauties might not like this one.

Will I repurchase it?

Not sure. I’ll definitely use up the product as it did not give any adverse reactions on my skin. If I figure out how to properly use it on my skin I might think about it.

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