Have you recently checked the UV index in your city? Because I checked mine and it was insanely high! So, I have been religiously applying and reapplying suncreen all day long. Luckily, some of my favourite brands have brought out multiple sunscreen options to suit all skin types and weather conditions! Dr. Sheth’s is one such brand! We currently have 3 Dr. Sheth’s sunscreens to choose from, including their new Centella and Niacinamide Sunscreen. The other two sunscreens they offer are the Haldi and Hyaluronic Acid Sunscreen and the Ceramide and Vitamin C Sunscreen. So, which Dr. Sheth’s sunscreen is best for oily skin? Which one has the best finish for dry skin? Let’s find out!
Dr. Sheth’s Centella and Niacinamide Sunscreen Review
The newest Dr. Sheth’s Centella and Niacinamide Sunscreen is tailormade for oily skin. It has a siliconey texture that settles to a completely matte finish on the skin without feeling heavy like other siliconey sunscreens. It does take a while to blend though and I will recommend patting the sunscreen in instead of massaging it in. This sunscreen does not pill on my skin and doesn’t leave a white cast either, but I feel that it may leave a white cast on deeper skin tones.
- Matte finish
- Not heavy like other siliconey sunscreens
- No pilling
- Takes a little while to blend
- May leave a white cast on deeper skin tones
Dr. Sheth’s Centella and Niacinamide Sunscreen Demo
Dr. Sheth’s Haldi And Hyaluronic Acid Sunscreen Review
The Dr. Sheth’s Haldi and Hyaluronic Acid Sunscreen is another good option for normal to oily skin if you prefer a natural dewy finish instead of a matte finish. This suncreen has a lightweight lotion-gel consistency that absorbs into the skin quickly without any white cast or pilling. Plus it has a slight brightening effect on the skin with regular use.
- Lightweight and hydrating texture
- Natural dewy finish
- Blends easily
- No whitecast or pilling
- Those who do not like a dewy finish may not like this sunscreen
Dr. Sheth’s Haldi and Hyaluronic Acid Sunscreen Demo
Dr. Sheth’s Ceramide And Vitamin C Sunscreen Review
If you have dry skin, you will certainly enjoy the Dr. Sheth’s Ceramide and Vitamin C Sunscreen. This nourishing and moisturizing sunscreen has a unique slippery creamy texture that looks quite wet on the skin initially but soon settles to a dewy finish. Even those with oily skin may like it in winter or without a moisturizer. Here are its pros and cons –
- Nourishing and moisturizing
- Suitable for sensitive skin
- Blends without leaving a white cast or pilling
- Some may not prefer its slippery texture and initial wet finish
- Might be too dewy for very oily skin
Dr. Sheth’s Ceramide and Vitamin C Sunscreen Demo
Dr. Sheth’s Mineral Sunscreen Review
Dr. Sheth’s Mineral Sunscreen is the newest addition to their sun protection range. It is a runny sunscreen with 25% Zinc Oxide that claims to be water resistant (for up to 120 minutes) too. I believe this is a good option for dry to normal skin given its slight sheen and heavy feel on the skin, but it is also great for those who wish to avoid chemical filters for some reason or need something water resistant.
- 25% Zinc Oxide for ample sun protection using mineral filters.
- Unlike their previous mineral sunscreen, there’s no white cast on my skin tone with this one.
- No pilling
- Water resistant (I tested it for mild sweating, not sure how it will hold up during water sports or heavy sweating)
- Takes a bit more time to blend compared to their chemical sunscreens.
- While blending, I do feel a slight greasiness and heaviness on the skin.
- Leaves behind a slight sheen which might not be everyone’s cup of tea
Comparing All Four Sunscreens From Dr. Sheth’s
|Centella & Niacinamide||Haldi & Hyaluronic||Ceramide & Vitamin C||Mineral Sunscreen|
|Finish||Matte||Natural dewy||Dewy||Slight sheen|
|Which skin type|
will it suit the most
|Oily||Normal to Oily||Dry to Normal||Dry to Normal|
|Feel||Siliconey but not heavy||Hydrating, Lightweight||Creamy, Wet slippery||Slightly heavy while|
blending but light afterwards
Which Dr. Sheth’s Sunscreen Should I Choose?
To conclude, all four sunscreens from Dr. Sheth’s have a promising formula and will cater to the needs of different skin types. As I am personally a fan of a more natural dewy finish, my current favorite from the lot is their Haldi and Hyaluronic Acid sunscreen. But if you prefer a matte finish, you can choose their Centella and Niacinamide Sunscreen, or for a more moisturising texture, go for the Ceramide and Vitamin C Sunscreen. On the other hand, if you prefer physical filters and are looking for water resistance, then their new Mineral Sunscreen might be best for you.
So, I hope that you found this comparison of Dr. Sheth’s sunscreens helpful. Which one of these would you pick? Tell me in the comments!