🌞First impressions of Benton's Papaya-S Sun Cream🌞
DISCLAIMER: I have been provided this product by Benton in exchange for an honest review.
This suncream is Benson's newest product, following the Papaya-D Sun Cream. The S in the name stands for sport, which means it is designed for outdoor activity and long exposure to the sun. It is both a physical and a chemical suncream, so if you're on the fence about which type is better, you can have the best of both worlds with this product. It's SPF50+/PA++++, which is about as strong as you can get. Instead of regular water, Benton used Papaya fruit water, which is rich in vitamins and minerals. Another ingredient worth mentioning is Carica Papaya seed oil, used to help your skin retain moisture, as well as making it smooth and soft.
The suncream is a thick white cream, that smells lightly of papayas. I was a little nervous about using a physical suncream because I was afraid of it leaving a horrible white cast. At first I was shocked by how white my face looked, but after rubbing it in more, it sunk into the skin leaving 0 white cast behind. While applying the suncream, I noticed that it was a bit grainy, which is attributed to the fact that it is partially a physical suncream. It never made my skin feel dry or sticky, but I could tell that I had suncream on. I had no complaints while wearing it, except for the fact that if I wasn't careful, tiny white grains would get caught in my eyebrows. This suncream did a great job at staying on my face, even when I was sweating. Although I wasn't necessarily playing a sport, I did make sure to test it out in hot and humid weather while being active and working up a sweat.
I really enjoy using this suncream, and it is absolutely perfect for this time of the year. I wouldn't wear this on days when I plan to stay inside for most of the day, as it is heavier than I would like a daily suncream to be. That being said, it isn't trying to be a daily suncream, so that can't be counted as a negative towards this product. I'd definitely recommend this to anybody that is outside for long periods of time, and I'll definitely be working this into my regular summer skin routine!
#CreandoSalud La papaína es el nutriente más importante de esta fruta caribeña. Su principio activo tiene la capacidad de mejorar la digestión y los procesos intestinales. Debido a que en la actualidad consumimos comida que no es demasiado buena para nuestra salud y llevamos hábitos no del todo saludables, comer una rica papaya puede mejorar notablemente nuestra vida.
Una buena manera de consumir la papaya o lechosa es como postre saludable tras las comidas. Algunas personas prefieren disfrutar su frescura y sabor en el desayuno y están los que optan por degustarla a media mañana en vez de una taza de café o unas galletas. Así, esta riquísima fruta se puede comer en cualquier momento del día sin ningún problema.
Para evitar aburrirte también puedes preparar licuados o zumos junto con naranjas, melocotones o manzanas. En nuestro post anterior puedes ver el "Batido Digestivo" donde podrás prepararla de una manera rápida y económica ⚡️💛💙❤️🔥 www.facebook.com/creandomividave
Did you catch the partial #eclipse today? We weren't too interested in looking up to the sky as much as we were looking after the #garden today. My #kaffirlime tree is loaded with yummy limes for curry pastes, they hide behind one another as though acting out the #solareclipse2017 ... I'll have to harvest this w/ the lemongrass and basil soon to start cooking. #mrmacworthy the #westie was super squinty-eyed today thanks to the unique light so he ran back inside. 😂 I've sprouted some #papaya plants and it'll be interesting to see if I can overwinter them. My second round of #blackturtlebeans is starting to push out some #blackbean pods and this is the first year I'm getting any significant harvest of #gojiberries with my experimental espalier pruning. I get to harvest my first batch of #thairoselles for hibiscus tea in the next couple of days too. I've got sugarcane and passion fruit to overwinter, so there's LOTS going on in the #containergarden , but my collection of tropicals is expanding and I couldn't be happier! 💗🌱 #kafirlime#kefirlime#keffirlime#gojiberry#roselle#rossella
It’s also known as the “the fruit of the angels “ according to Christopher Columbus. It has a high content of vitamin A, E and C. Vitamins C and A helps boost your inmune system and all of this vitamins have a antioxidant component. Antioxidants neutralize
free radical molecules which damage the cells and its genetic material of the cells. They help to prevent cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson
Disease and eye diseases. The most abundant antioxidant in papayas is vitamin A, but in form of beta-carotene which is a safer form of vitamin A.
Fruits are life!
One #papaya has around 60% of #vitamin A daily value
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