Sunplay Watery Cool Sunscreen SPF 65 and SPF 75

Sunplay is a Japanese brand of sunscreens that are very popular in the region. Us Asians do tend to have a reputation for being sun-averse, and Sunplay, with its SPF 130 sunscreen, caters to such consumers (myself included, I'll admit). Since it's summer, Sunplay has released a new line of sunscreens, the Watery Cool range. This consists of two sunscreens, the Watery Cool Body Mist Sunblock SPF 75 PA+++, and the Watery Cool Clear and Smooth SPF 65 PA+++, which is meant for the face.


I actually quite liked Sunplay's last sunscreen range, the Super Block range (my Sunplay Super Block Sunscreen review is here), so I knew what to expect with this range. And true enough, it was as cosmetically elegant and also as easy to use as I thought it would be.

sunplay watery cool body mist sunblock spf75

The Watery Cool Body Mist Sunblock has SPF75 and PA+++, so it offers a good measure of protection for most activities. It comes in a spray bottle that is so easy to apply. Just spray and you're done!

sunplay watery cool body mist sunblock spray

When you first spray the Body Mist, you get a clear liquid, as you can see above. Once you rub it in or waits for if to dry, it sits on your skin and is totally clear. And it doesn't feel sticky or leave any residue or anything. So this is perfect for outdoors use.

sunplay watery cool body mist sunblock dry

The second product in the Watery Cool Sunscreen range is the Watery Cool Clear and Smooth SPF 65 PA+++, which more suitable for face use. It's a sunscreen that uses chemical filters - most of Sunplay's sunscreens are chemical - so I wouldn't recommend it for people who are very sensitive to chemical sunscreens.

sunplay watery cool clear and smooth spf65

When you first pour the product out of the nozzle opening, you get a very thin, white liquid. You need to shake the bottle first, by the way, or else the sunscreen will be separated when it comes out.

sunplay watery cool clear and smooth liquid

But once you blend it in, it is again colourless and non-sticky. It absorbs pretty fast too, which is another reason why I think most people will like it - it's so cosmetically elegant to use.

sunplay watery cool clear and smooth dry

My verdict? Like its previous Sunplay Super Block Sunscreen range, this is a very cosmetically elegant, easy to use sunscreen, that will please those who feel traditional sunscreens are too sticky or a hassle to use. If you aren't sensitive to chemical filters, I'd recommend this.

(Product was sent for review. Review is my complete and honest opinion. I am not affiliated with/compensated by the company.)
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Sunplay Watery Cool Sunscreen SPF 65 and SPF 75
Sunplay Watery Cool Sunscreen SPF 65 and SPF 75
Reviewed by sayna tasya
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Rating : 4.5