In today’s article I’m sharing my brutally honest DRMTLGY review of five of DRMTLGY’s bestsellers. DRMTLGY is not an organic or clean skincare brand, but if you’re curious about the brand keep reading. I don’t like the formulations of most of the DRMTLGY products, but one product I AM partial to is their sunscreen. The Broad Spectrum SPF 45 sunscreen by DRMTLGY is a mineral hybrid sunscreen that I feel people who normally hate all mineral sunscreens would actually enjoy using. If you’re curious, keep reading for my DRMTLGY sunscreen review and why I wouldn’t purchase most of their products.
The reason I think people who normally hate mineral sunscreens will enjoy DRMTLGY’s is because it feels weightless on the skin and feels like a silky hydrating lotion that goes on invisible leaving no white cast (because it’s a hybrid Sunscreen). It has a skin like natural finish that doesn’t leave your skin looking dewy but does have it feeling hydrated. There’s no scent and the sleek design and convenient pump are an extra plus.
Just want to reiterate that this is not a clean or natural skincare brand, so this sunscreen is not clean either. It has plenty of synthetics, but in the name of sunscreen I’m overlooking it. If you hate mineral sunscreens or have never tried them before, then consider this a stepping stone to the world of clean sunscreens. Baby steps are good too!
The tinted version by DRMTLGY is just a hair higher in SPF and fees just like the non-tinted version with a sheer beige tint. Don’t expect coverage from it though. It has more of a subtle blurring effect of anything.
The above is the ingredients list of DRMTLGY’s Water Creme Moisturizer, and it really just looks like a cocktail of synthetic ingredients and fillers.
Andrea is a clean beauty expert from Los Angeles, California with 10 years of experience in clean beauty, natural skincare and organic living. She writes for Organic Beauty Lover using her expertise to guide readers in choosing the best clean beauty products. Andrea graduated from the University of Southern California in 2012 and has worked at multiple skincare companies, big and small. Connect with her @organicbeautylover.