Enjoy smooth and well-protected skin all day long with Patanjali Sunscreen Cream SPF 30. It protects the skin from harmful sun rays. It also nourishes your skin and revitalizes your complexion. This cream is formulated with natural herbs and oils. It comes in a tube packaging with an open-flip cap.
5 Ratings & 5 Reviews
Would recommend this to a friend
Makes skin soft and supple
Protects your skin from tanning
100% natural ingredients
Not for oily skin
June 21, 2019
Not for oily skin
Makes skin greasier
Leaves a white casting layer
Patanjali has become a well known brand due to their advertisements claiming it contains only herbal ingredients. The price is also cheap when compared with products of other brands. When I go to stores, they have a separate rack for patanjali products whereas others products are found mixed with each other. Many prefer patanjali products due to it's herbal contents. They have a wide range of beauty products and sunscreen is one among them. Patanjali Sunscreen Cream SPF 30 comes in a yellow-orange tube with a white flip open cap. The packaging looks good and it can be carried easily in a hand bag. Like I said before the product is affordable. The product contains natural herbs and oils. It contains extracts of aloe-vera, cucumber, coconut oil, turmeric. It claims to protect the skin from harmful uv rays from sun while nourishing the skin by revitalizing our complexion. The sunscreen is white in color. It has a thick creamy texture. It has a fragrance of herbals which fades away in minutes. The application is simple. Take the required quantity of the product and dot all over the face. Now blend them smoothly with fingers. The product gets absorbed into skin quickly. Apply sunscreen 20 minutes before getting exposed to sun. Apply twice a day with an interval of 5 hours. It contains essential oils, so it provides good hydration and there is no need for a moisturizer. It suits dry skin better than oily skin. For people with oily skin like me it leaves a white casting layer after a while under hot climate when we sweat. The skin becomes oily and greasy due to the presence of coconut oil. Due to the greasy nature, it clog pores causing pimples or breakouts. So, if you have oily skin, never buy this one. It has SPF 30 which is quite good in protecting skin from uv rays. There are certain side effects in using this cream for some people. If you feel irritation or redness on skin, discontinue this product. The product should be avoided by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, people with gallbladder problems and Gastroesophageal reflux disease. This makes the product's usage restricted to only some people which is undesirable. When my friend searched the internet about the ingredients used in the product, she found it contains chemicals. I am not sure how far this is true. Anyway as I have an oily skin I don't use this sunscreen.
January 24, 2019
Does not cause breakouts
Contains SPF 30
Takes time for the fragrance to fade away
I got this sunscreen cream a month back. I have dry really skin which gets flaky during winters. This sunscreen seemed perfect for me because it has a very thick creamy texture that moisturizes so well. I don’t require using another moisturizer on top. The cream comes in a tube packaging. The open-flip cap is also sturdy and shuts securely.
I use it 10-15 minutes before leaving the house daily. I have been doing that for about a month, and till date, it hasn’t given me any skin irritations and breakouts. The fragrance, though, is so strong – very herbal and thick. It takes a little time to fade away even after application, which is a huge minus point for me.
The way this moisturizer glides on my skin is beautiful! It makes my skin feel hydrated for the longest time, gives my dry skin a hint of sheen, and smoothens the texture of my skin. I am ready to buy this Patanjali Sunscreen Cream again because of these traits.
Before purchasing, you should know that the texture is thick and it has a strong smell. If you can work with these aspects, Patanjali Sunscreen Cream SPF 30 is a good sun protecting
January 23, 2019
Not suitable for all skin types
Not 100% Ayurvedic
Leaves white cast
This Patanjali Sunscreen Cream claims to have natural ingredients, but if you closely inspect the ingredients of the product and do the math, there are errors. If you look at the “Ayurvedic” composition, you will see that there is only 525 mg of Ayurvedic content which is just 0.525 g for each 10 g. Which means the rest are all chemicals.
To my surprise, it works pretty fine. Patanjali Sunscreen Cream moisturizes my skin well and stays put for a good time. I also feel at ease knowing my skin is well protected from harmful sun rays. Will I purchase it again? No, in fact, I already got another sunscreen. Though Patanjali Sunscreen moisturizes well, I am not willing to put my delicate skin through issues.
January 22, 2019
Contains SPF 30
Makes the skin greasy
Not meant for combination to oily skin
This sunscreen from Patanjali is among the ones that didn’t work for me. It is very thick to apply on my combination skin. I already have an oily T-zone, and with this on, it makes me look like I have very oily skin, which is not pleasant to see. I tried using it twice, but got the same results. My skin feels heavy, greasy and sticky. Though it comes at a cheap price, I won’t repurchase it.
January 21, 2019
Not for combination to oily skin types
I ended up with Patanjali Sunscreen Cream during my search for a nice, chemical-free sunblock moisturizer. I started using it one month back, and I’ll say that it is a pretty decent moisturizer. I wasn’t expecting much considering its price. But like they say, ‘don’t judge a book by its cover.” Dry skin types can use it without worrying about anything, whereas combination to oily skin should watch out.
Malika HasthaJanuary 29, 2019
Apply it in the following way:
• Press a pea-sized amount on your palm.
• Blend it in upward and circulating motion all over your face and neck.
• Apply the sunscreen at least 20 minutes before sun exposure.
• Apply twice daily after 7-8 hours in between.
Arushi JainJanuary 28, 2019
The list of ingredients is:
• Ghrit Kumari (aloe barbadensis)
• Wheat oil (Triticum sativum)
• Coconut oil (Cocos nucifera)
• Cucumber (Cucumis sativus)
• Methi (Trigonella foenum)
• Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia)
• Amba Haldi (Curcuma Amada)
• Haldi (Curcuma longa)
• Cream base
• Urea & IPBC
• Colour sunset yellow FCF
Pakhi SharmaJanuary 27, 2019
The following are the list of possible side effects that may occur from Patanjali Sun Screen Cream. This is not a comprehensive list. These side effects are possible but do not always happen. Immediately consult your doctor if you observe any of the following side-effects, especially if they do not go away.
• Abdominal cramps
• Stinging sensation
• Red urine
• Dependency or worsening of constipation
• Irritation on the application site
• Stomach upset
Patanjali Sun Screen Cream may also cause side effects not listed here.
Antara S SharmaJanuary 26, 2019
Yes, it is safe to use, but there are certain precautions you need to take to avoid any casualties. Patanjali Sun Screen Cream should not be used if you have the following conditions:
• Two weeks before a scheduled surgery
• Allergic reactions
• Allergy to Aloe Vera
• During breastfeeding phase
• Gallbladder problems
• Gastroesophageal reflux disease
• Women with hormone-sensitive cancer
Anvitha RaoJanuary 22, 2019
Patanjali Sunscreen Cream can be used for multiple purposes: vitiligo, eczema, minor skin irritations, minor burns, sunburn, skin irritations, minor cuts, insect bites, psoriasis, eczema, and other skin irritation and other conditions. Patanjali Sunscreen Cream may also be used for purposes not mentioned here as well.