I've been hunting for a good sunscreen and I have one of those really difficult skin (too oily and too dry and extremely sensitive). I've been avoiding the Asian Sunscreens because I don't know if they are designed for Australia (extreme exposure to the UVs) - But I've been hearing that they work really well on the skin and feels much less cloggy. I'm wondering if they are much better now? For example, if anyone here used Biore Kao's Aqua Rich Sunscreen before?
Every single one of the sunscreen on the current market clogs my skin, even the Cancer Council SPF 50+ Day Wear Face Matte Invisible (which is much better than the other stuff on the market but still not good enough)
I haven't tried the Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Lotion SPF50 because I heard it has a really high concentration of alcohol, and my skin is very sensitive to alcohol.
EDIT: when I'm referring to "Australian Sun" - I meant the lack of ozone layer over the lower half of Australia and the UV exposure is much more concentrated here in Australia. I thought people would understand this without going into the science.