[Review] PCA Skin Active Broad Spectrum SPF 45


It’s mid of the year now and the weather has turned really burning hot lately. I’m so afraid of sun damage hence I will make sure to apply sunscreen on my face, neck and even my upper eyelid before I ever leave the house. It is one skincare product I can’t leave without whether if it’s rain or shine.

When it comes to rating sunscreens, there are two things I will look out for – it has to contain potent UVA sunscreen ingredients and also with high PA rating. I’m always on the lookout for good sunscreen products and I have recently found one.

PCA Skin active broad spectrum spf 45

Quite a while ago, I’ve received the PCA Skin Active Broad Spectrum SPF 45 and I was delighted to give it a try.

PCA Skin, founded by an aesthetician in 1990, is a product line that is only available at doctor’s office in Singapore. I’m pleased to learn that every PCA Skin’s SPF-rated product actually provides reliable broad-spectrum sun protection. I got to know about this brand at an aesthetics practitioner’s office many years ago. The first PCA Skin product I’ve tested is PCA Skin ExLinea Peptide Smoothing Serum, click HERE to read my review.

If you love outdoor activities, this water-resistant sunscreen is definitely ideal for you.

It provides broad-spectrum protection that includes zinc oxide for reliable UVA protection. I’m always interested in sunscreens that contain natural sun filters like titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. Both are made of natural elements found on the earth however they may leave a white cast upon application.

It is free of fragrance and it contains antioxidants to boost the skin’s environmental defenses and repair damage.

It has a lightweight fluid texture and is suitable for normal to oily or acne-prone skin. It gives a natural luminous and silky finish. Its water-resistant formula is ideal for outdoor activities.

PCA Skin® is available at their accredited clinics like Calvin Chan in Wheelock or Face Aesthetic in Raffles Place.


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