Skin Care

HG Sunblock: Beach Hut Max Clear Spray Sunblock Extreme Review

I’ve been using sunblock for as long as I can remember.  It is not because I don’t want to get a tan, it is because I want to protect my skin from the  harmful UVA and UVB rays of the sun.  I have tried a dozen brands like Nivea Sun, Banana Boat, Tropical Sun, VMV Armada, Belo Essentials and so on and so forth.   But the new Beach Hut Max Clear Spray Sunblock with SPF75++*** tops them all and is now my favorite sunblock ever that I plan to use for a long time  even if  I don’t plan to go to the beach or even if its not summer!  This is the HG Sunblock! Read on to know why:

Beach Hut Max Clear Spray Sunblock
Product Info:

Beach Hut Max Clear Spray Sunblock Extreme SPF75++ is uber sweat proof and uber water proof, and gives extreme UVA and UVB protection. It’s flammable though so avoid spraying near flame or while smoking!

How to use:

Spray evenly and generously onto skin 15 minutes before swimming or sun exposure.

On my skin:

Beach Hut Max Clear Spray Sunblock
Beach Hut Max Clear Spray Sunblock
What I think about it?

  • I love the fact that it is a clear spray sunblock and not lotion.  That being said it doesn’t leave a white cast or white gunk onto skin when applied like the other and most sunblock lotion brands!
  • I love that it is not messy to apply because its a spray!
  • I love that it doesn’t feel oily or greasy!
  • Best part is it makes your skin shine, the look some people on the beach try to achieve when in the beach but they didn’t know it cooks their skin!
  • TIP: If you want to get a tan a bit, bathe in the sun for 15 minutes then apply the Beach Hut Max Clear Spray Sunblock after, then wait for 15 minutes and play in the sun!
  • This is the best sunblock to bring on your summer trip to Bali, Phuket, Boracay, Palau, Maldives, Bora-Bora and Hawaii!  
Seriously get a bottle or more now!

Beach Hut Max Clear Spray Sunblock Extreme with SPF75++ is available at Watson’s store nationwide. Want to know more about this product visit or click here.

***SPF 75++ = 75 minutes or more under the sun with protection!

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  1. earthlingorgeous

    Oh I haven’t tried doing that using this. but you can use finishing spray instead

  2. Alyssa

    Can you use this on top of your makeup for touch ups?

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