You may have read an article or two about Hyram, the new face of Skincare. Hyram is a Youtube and Tik Tok sensation and self professed "skincare junkie"! In a few months, he has gained millions of followers on these two social media platforms.
He is shy of a million followers on Instagram, has 3 million subscribers on Youtube and…. is almost at 6 million followers on Tik Tok.
A few months ago, Hyram came across our MDSolarSciences Mineral Crème SPF 50 and made us blush with his amazing review on Youtube. Here are a few highlights, check out his full video at the link below:
“When I looked at the ingredient list, I was so impressed because it’s fragrance-free, it’s formulated with 17% zinc oxide which is very high and it claimed to have a matte finish”
If we had to summarize our Mineral Crème SPF 50, this would be a great quote. Mineral Crème SPF 50 does have a great ingredient list with a powerful combination of antioxidants (green tea, pomegranate extract) and calming ingredients like cranberry extract. It’s also oil free and does contain a high % of Zinc Oxide. But it will not leave a pasty white feeling like some other zinc sunscreens!
It’s all about the finish and the feel…
Of all the mineral formulas he has tried, we were so excited to hear him say that he was so impressed with the finish and feel of ours.
“I am most impressed by the finish of this one, it literally leaves your skin looking so blurred and matte, most sunscreens will usually leave kind of that shiny appearance”
Mineral Creme SPF 50 works very well as a primer, and does have a matte finish that contrasts with most other SPF daily moisturizers.
“It is SPF 50 not SPF 30 which is also really hard to find with a mineral sunscreen”
Could not agree more, especially with this kind of texture.
So to put it in a nutshell, and in Hyram’s words:
And if you decide to check out the Skincare trend on Tik Tok, we recommend following:
For a more in-depth look at ingredients, check out our blog on ‘Ingredients with intentions’ to learn all about the unique ingredients we include in our formulas.