As experimental as I get with my skincare, there is one category that I’m slavish to sticking to a product that works, and that is sunscreen. When I found the sunscreen of my dreams, I stuck with it. I keep backups because I’m afraid of running out, and I’m very happy with it.
But because I like exploring different products, I jumped at the chance to try some new sunscreen in the market, especially one that claims to be kind to corals and marine life. Quite often, the one time that people will be more diligent about using sunscreen will be when they head to the beach for some Vitamin Sea, and this brand claims that their sunscreen will not endanger marine life.
Algotherm is a French brand of skincare that isn’t widely available, from what I can tell. I’ve stumbled across one or two of their products over the years, and while I’d been interested to try more, the lack of access daunts me. Locally, they are sold through selected salons and personally, I’m not one to hunt down a salon just to try or buy a product. Besides, I’m put off because often, you’re given the hardsell treatment.
Yet, when I was given the opportunity to try the Algotherm Algosun Age Protect Sun Cream and Sun Lotion (without having to traipse off to a salon – whew!), I must say that I was pretty impressed.