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Description from the left to the right:

1. L’Oreal Perfect UV:
L’Oreal UV perfect longlasting UVA/ UVB protector
SPF 50+++UVB
UVA PA +++
 
2. Biore UV Perfect Milk SPF 50+ PA +++ (blue packaging)
 
3. Biore UV Perfect Face Milk

SPF 50+ PA +++

 From behind, only L’Oreal have English on the back, while Biore still all Japanese.
L’Oreal details
L’Oreal on my arm
L’Oreal and Biore Perfect Milk on my arm
L’Oreal, Biore Perfeck Milk and Biore Perfect Face Milk on my arm
In texture L’Oreal is the thickest while Biore Perfect Face Milk is the most runny liquid and Biore Perfect Milk (blue) stay in the middle


When I spread each of the sun screens both Biore spreads easily while L’Oreal left most of the whitish residue





After keep on massaging both Biore is so easy to absorb while L’Oreal is the longest.


Conclusion:


L’Oreal UV perfect longlasting UVA/ UVB protector

SPF 50+++UVB
UVA PA +++
the sunblock is tinted, feels oily like 6/10, the scent is noticeable and it feels like sunblock and a bit oily, if you have oily skin you will be bothered. The skin feels sticky too.

 
Biore UV Perfect Milk SPF 50+ PA +++

Very good in absorbtion, best to be use for body, also leaves a soft feeling afterward and the sticky and oily effect is so minimum, you won’t noticed it. The scent also minimal, so it wont bother you like conventional sunblock with their sticky scent

Biore UV Perfect Face Milk —————– (WINNER!!)

SPF 50+ PA +++

Best in absorbtion and it feels completely soft to the touch and not sticky at all. Best to be used for the facial skin as it protect the skin yet no oily residue whatsoever! 





From MayoClinic
All sunscreen labels list a sun protection factor (SPF). SPF is a measurement of how much protection the sunscreen offers from the UVB rays that cause sunburn. A few sunscreen labels also list a “PA” ranking, which refers to the amount of protection the sunscreen offers from the UVA rays that may cause long-term skin damage. PA rankings are listed as PA+, PA++ or PA+++. The more +’s, the more protection from UVA rays. For maximum protection from both UVA and UVB rays, choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen that contains avobenzone, oxybenzone, mexoryl, zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. Apply sunscreen liberally 30 minutes before going outdoors and reapply every two hours.