Inveda Sun Screen Cream Gel SPF 30 PA - Review

Inveda Sun Screen Cream Gel SPF 30

I received the Inveda Sun Screen Cream Gel in my May Fab Bag and just in time for my Thailand trip. I decided to take this sunscreen and the matte SPF 30 sunscreen by Banjaras. I intended to use Inveda Sun Screen Cream Gel on my face and neck, and Banjaras’ sunscreen on rest of my body.

When I used both of them at the same time, it gave me an excellent opportunity to field test it, and the observation/outcome was quite an eye opener.

Before I reveal my observation, let’s look at what the product has to say about itself.

Non-sweating and broad spectrum sun screen cream gel. Enriched with Gotukola & Cucumber, this Cream Gel protects skin from harmful UVA/ UVB rays of the Sun. The blend of natural ingredients acts as a barrier & prevents from tanning, pigmentation, as well as from premature ageing of the skin. It suits all skin types.

Ingredients:

Aqua (Water), Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Glycerin, Benzophenone 3, Cetyl Alcohol, Iso Propyl Myristate, Emulsifying Wax, Titanium Dioxide/Alumina/Simethicone, Polysorbate 20, Aloe Berbadensis Leaf Juice, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Extract, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Dimethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Fragrance, Benzyl Alcohol, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Tocopherol Acetate, Allantion, Sodium PCA, Bacopa Moneri (Gotukola) Extract, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Disodium EDTA, Tatrabutyl Ethylidinebisphenol

Shelf Life – 12 months.

Price & Quantity:

Rs.250/- for 75 ml.

You can buy it here.

My Thoughts on this Product:

Inveda Sun Screen Cream Gel

I love the squeeze tube packaging it comes in. The Gold, Copper and Orage shades of the packaging gives it a rich look and makes it look like a high-end product

Now, for my observation; Banjara’s sunscreen sucks and Inveda Sun Screen Cream Gel rocks!




This is an awesome sunscreen, great for hot weather. Though it's not a non-sweating formula like it claims, it also does not make my face oily. Moreover, I don’t have that whitish veil on my face. The whitish cast may go unseen on fairer complexion and can be forgiving on slightly dark or medium complexion, but on a dusky and dark skin, it looks horrible.

I love the cream+gel consistency and it blends really well. In no time, it looks like I haven’t even applied it. It reminds me so much of the Emolene Cream Gel I use. It feels really light and gives a non-greasy and dewy finish.

Inveda Sun Screen Cream Gel

Inveda Sun Screen Cream Gel SPF 30

Here’s a pic showing what an incredible failure the Banajara’s sunscreen was.

Banjara's sunscreen result
Banjara's sunscreen result

My face is tanned from this trip. This is mainly because I had forgotten to wear sunscreen on some occasions. But during my trips to the beach, I had worn sunscreen and protected my face from getting extremely tanned.

I have seen this product on online only. This is not a big disadvantage for me, but might be for some.

Pros:

  • Affordable
  • 100% veg
  • Not tested on animals
  • Free of Parabens
  • Easily absorbed by the skin
  • No whitish veil
  • Non-greasy and dewy finish.

Cons:

  • It’s not a non-sweating formula
  • Available online only

Verdict:

This will be my go-to sunscreen and I recommend this one to oily skinned beauties too.

What are your thoughts on this product, ladies? Do comment and let us know. 

  • http://www.thebeautyholic.com Mariyam@TheBeautyholic

    This sunscreen looks effective! Sad to know Banjara's one was a complete failure as I can see the tan lines!

    • http://shadesofaduskywoman.com/ Sudhaa Gopinath

      Inveda really works. Cant say the same about Banjara's

  • http://www.thebeautyinsideout.com thebeautyinsideout

    I like my sunscreens to be non oily. This one seems good.

    • http://shadesofaduskywoman.com/ Sudhaa Gopinath

      Yes, this is great one for Oily skin.

  • http://senseiteve.com Anubhuti

    I haven't used it yet but good to lnow it works 🙂 I'm excited to use it in humid days 🙂
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    • http://shadesofaduskywoman.com/ Sudhaa Gopinath

      Do try and let us know your thoughts on it 🙂