Shiseido Senka Aging Care UV Sunscreen SPF50+ PA++++ (Pack of 2)

Shiseido

The Price has Dropped! But is it Cheap?

- The best price we've seen on Amazon in the past 12 months was on September 15, 2018. The current price is considered low and a good time to buy. It is 15% higher than the cost at its lowest.


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3 Sep, 2019Price Drop-13.73%low
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31 Aug, 2019Price Drop-9.18%low
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Shiseido Senka Aging Care UV Sunscreen SPF50+ PA++++ (Pack of 2)

Product Details

  • Amazon.com Sold on
  • B00O6DXICO Amazon ASIN
  • Shiseido Brand
  • Categories

    Facial Sunscreens, Skin Care, Sunscreens, Sunscreens & Tanning Products, Body Sunscreens, Beauty & Personal Care

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 11 Reviews
  • Aug. 1, 2019 Last Review Date
  • Feb. 29, 2016 First Seen Review Date
  • 2 Reviewed on Subreddits

    SkincareAddiction (9)
    AsianBeauty (2)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

[Sun Care] Sunscreen that doesn't stain car interior? [R]

1 month, 1 week agoPM_me_your_LEGO_ posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
Aug. 1, 2019

I have a car with black interior. Recently I noticed white stains on the interior (mainly the inside of the doors, steering wheel and the blinker/window washer lever (basically, all the places that comes into contact with my sunscreen-wearing skin the most). I'm currently using Neutrogena's spf 100 Ultra Sheer (and it's leaving a glossy sheen on my skin, but no chalky/white residue) and so I'm super confused as to how it's still staining my car interior. Does anyone else know of any sunscreen that won't leave this kind of stain on the car interior? Price range is hopefully anything below $50.

This has been bothering me so much that I'm considering not using sunscreen at all for fear of the exorbitant price it will cost me to remove these stains from my car, please help!! Thank you!

1 month, 1 week agoPM_me_your_LEGO_ posted comment on SkincareAddiction.
Aug. 1, 2019

With physical sunblock containing zinc, it's gonna happen. With the US-approved reactive sunscreens, they also react with many soaps and turn red instead of white. I second the suggestion for Biore sunscreens from Japan. I used the Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence for my face and their slightly cheaper Watery Gel for my tattoos. No zinc to white cast and none of the reef-killing reactives to ruin my clothes in the wash. They can be found on Amazon or eBay, sometimes with two day shipping and sometimes with month-long shopping.

Biore UV AQUA Rich Watery Essence on Amazon

Biore UV AQUA Rich Watery Gel on Amazon[Shiseido Japan sunscreen which dries faster than the Watery Gel]

(Senka Aging Care UV Sunscreen SPF50+ PA++++ (Pack of 2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00O6DXICO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_8vWqDbCHVQ3K8)

Cosrx Sunscreen with aloe, it's t h i cc

[MISC] My mom works for a high school, and for their senior prom they handed out mini SPF 30 sunscreens! [R]

2 months, 2 weeks agoPinkFurLookinLikeCam posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
June 23, 2019
2 months, 2 weeks agoPinkFurLookinLikeCam posted comment on SkincareAddiction.
June 25, 2019

So I’m definitely on the Asian sunscreen train, and that’s because they’re nicely hydrating, sink in flawlessly, but most of all they don’t sting my eyes when I sweat! American sunscreens have ruined sooo many contacts 😤

Right now I’m rotating a few favorites depending on my mood;

I just use American sunscreens on my neck, chest, and everywhere else 😁

[Humor] no hoses here [R]

5 months, 2 weeks agommishu posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
March 29, 2019
5 months, 2 weeks agommishu posted comment on SkincareAddiction.
March 30, 2019

oh haha well sunscreens come a long way since then!

you should def check out some asian as well as european sunscreens

asian sunscreens are cosmetically elegant, meaning they go on nice, dont leave a white cast, finish nice, smell nice, and protect better than their American counterparts too because they're legally allowed to use filters we're not

european(and aus) sunscreens protect the best and have the most uva protection but go on a bit greasy.

This one is recommended a lot, but im not too fond of the alcohol content i prefer this one

[Product Question] Sitting next to office window: Sunscreen recommendations? [R]

9 months agolovecheyanne23 posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
Dec. 15, 2018

Hi all! I’ll be moving to a seat right next to a window in my office. 😵 I’ve some questions regarding sun care; hoping you guys can help me out.

  1. Any sunscreen recommendations? I currently use the Biore UV Sunscreen Perfect Milk (blue bottle) which I love (despite the high alcohol content). However, I suppose I’ll have to reapply sunscreen more consistently throughout the day now that I’m gonna be next to the window. The Biore sunscreen won’t last me for long since it’s a pretty small bottle. Grateful for any other sunscreen recommendations that doesn’t leave a white cast and can be found (ideally) in larger quantity!

  2. Now that I’m next to the window, how many times should I reapply my sunscreen a day?

  3. Would you guys recommend a spray-on sunscreen? I wear makeup to work so a spray-on might be more ideal.

Thanks for reading this and TIA! 🤗

[Skin Concerns] All moisturizers I have tried cause break outs and I’m losing hope. [R]

9 months, 1 week agoauntjudyscat posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
Dec. 7, 2018

I have pretty dry skin on my face but almost no acne ever. In the past whenever I’ve tried any skin care my face breaks out horribly. When I stop all skincare my acne is gone completely but my face dries out to flaky nonsense. Every cleanser/ moisturizer I have given at least a month to, not trying more that one product at a time.

For face wash I have tried CeraVe foaming, cetaphil gentle, legends of Africa cleanser with shea, and legends of Africa cleanser without shea.

For moisturizer I have tried: CeraVe in the tub that burned horribly every time even after a month causing a red rash, neutrogena hydroboost water gel, neutrogena acne defense face lotion, and legends of Africa acne serum.

Do I just chose either hydrated zit face or dry clear skin at this point? Does anyone have any advice?

9 months, 1 week agoauntjudyscat posted comment on SkincareAddiction.
Dec. 8, 2018

To me, it sounds like your skin barrier is compromised, and I’ve struggled with the same thing. It makes your skin very sensitized and reactive.

I would suggest the most basic routine you can handle. In the AM do nothing, or a simple tepid water rinse. Use a moisturizing sunscreen, I like the japanese ones like Shiseido Senka Aging Care UV Sunscreen or ROHTO Skin Aqua Super Moisture Milk but it’s really your preference. Def use something with at least 30spf broad spectrum.

In the evening, use a gentle non-fragranced, non-foaming cleanser. The Vanicream one is very nice and gentle. I personally use the Neutrogena Ultra Gentle Daily cleanser in the creamy formula. Be gentle when rubbing :) Then to your damp face, apply a fragrance free moisturizer, I use the Vanicream Lite Lotion but anything non-fragranced will do nicely! Look for something with the shortest list of ingredients (less things to react with!)

Most importantly, seal in your PM routine with an occlusive like Vaseline, Aquaphor or Cerave Healing Ointment. This will help keep the water and moisturizer in your skin and not evaporate overnight. As a said before, just rinse in the AM - I would suggest no cleanser because it can be harsh on a compromised skin barrier to cleanse 2x a day.

Also, be sure to stop an exfoliating whether physical scrubs, manual (like a wash cloth), or chemical. Don’t use any masks like clay, leave-on, or even a sheet mask. For these to be effective your skin barrier has to be in good shape already. I hope this is in anyway helpful! Good luck!

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1 year, 2 months agogeobird21 posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
June 29, 2018

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1 year, 2 months agogeobird21 posted comment on SkincareAddiction.
June 29, 2018

I'm really struggling with how to formulate my routine and sort of just feel like I need a hug. My main issue is closed comedones. I have oily skin (I think!)

Morning Rinse face in shower Apply Shiseido Senka Aging Care UV Sunscreen SPF50+ PA++++ sunscreen

Evening Wash face with cold water

Other products I've tried for short periods Cerave Daily Foaming Cleanser DayLogic Daily Moisturizer CosRx AHA Whitehead Power Liquid Vaseline

I have recently started wearing some foundation to try to mask the comedones, and I have seen a dermatologist and been prescribed Tretinoin .025%. I feel like my skin is worse than it was a few weeks ago and I can't tell if it's hormone or stress related, or related to trying to start my routine. I feel like I need to take a month off and start over but I am so ready to have these comedones gone. I'm feeling overwhelmed and just wondering whether I am on the right track. I'm in the US. Thanks to everyone!

Edit: here's my face

[REVIEW] Bioré Aqua Gel 2017 and comparing with 2015 version. [R]

2 years, 2 months ago100thUsernameAttempt posted submission on AsianBeauty.
June 16, 2017
2 years, 2 months ago100thUsernameAttempt posted on AsianBeauty.
June 16, 2017

I use Shiseido Senka (orange tube), which is great for me, but some people don't like the silicone in it.

I also use the Nivea body sunscreen, which I proved to myself works very well after taking a 3-mile walk on the beach. I could definitely see where I didn't apply it...

Edit: Shiseido & Nivea links (Amazon)

[Sun Care] How good is Neutrogena Ultra Sheer at blocking UVA? [R]

2 years, 3 months agoEvent_Horizon1 posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
June 12, 2017

I have a problem with melasma and I need the best possible sunscreen. I like this Neutrogena Ultra Sheer but not sure if there are better options. I know UVA protection in American sunscreens isn't as good as it could be.

2 years, 3 months agoEvent_Horizon1 posted on SkincareAddiction.
June 12, 2017

It is broad spectrum with an 85SPF. It sounds like some of the asian sunscreens might be better for my situation since apparently its UVA which causes dark spots and aging? I was thinking of something like this. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00O6DXICO/ref=oxscacttitle1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1JRKRN6B6ZFFJ#customerReviews

My first haul! [R]

3 years, 4 months agoViking_with_Cupcakes posted submission on AsianBeauty.
April 30, 2016
3 years, 4 months agoViking_with_Cupcakes posted on AsianBeauty.
April 30, 2016

both on Amazon:

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Hada Labo

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3 years, 6 months agoAbbeyscooch posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
Feb. 29, 2016

Our community is knowledgeable, and most importantly we want to help you have the best skin of your life!

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3 years, 6 months agoAbbeyscooch posted on SkincareAddiction.
March 4, 2016

whelp - i'll tell you i recently went to curology for this exact reason. Im on hormonal BC and it gets a majority of it but not all....after researching - and since i use an anti-aging routine anyhow - i decided to give curology a try and this is my first month that i've gone through my cycle - nearly pimple free...had a little red mark show up on my neck (that's where my acne comes - chin and neck) but that was it - a MARKED improvement. My script is

– azelaic acid 4% (antibacterial; reduces redness, hyperpigmentation and blocked pores)

– clindamycin 1% (antibacterial and anti-inflammatory)

– niacinamide 4% (a form of vitamin B3 that fights inflammation and hyperpigmentation)

$20 a month. I dropped all other product save for cleanser (cerave hydrating), lotion - (Cerave PM (for both am and pm use)) and sunscreen seishiedo Senka anti aging with Q10

I will eventually add my vitamin C back in bc i loved what it did for my skin. But overall i will be saving money on product and getting better results on the acne end. If the Azelaic acid doesn't do as well as the glycol 10% i was using i can always add that back in.

It just made sense for me....just throwing it out there.

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3 years, 6 months agoAbbeyscooch posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
Feb. 29, 2016

Our community is knowledgeable, and most importantly we want to help you have the best skin of your life!

For Askers

First take a look at our FAQ and Wiki ! It doesn't have everything, but there might be a chance we have some guides already compiled that will help you find a solution to your problem!

Help answerers give you the best advice, by letting them know as much as you can about your skin and skincare. With your request for help please include:

  • The issue(s) you need help with.

  • Skin type. It's OK to be subjective, how do you feel your skin is? Oily, dry? If you need help clarifying, check out this guide on skin types

  • Current routine; try to separate it in to Morning, Evening, and Occasionally used

  • How long you have been using your current routine, or product in question

  • Anything new you’ve introduced or started doing that might change the condition of your skin

  • Your location so we can recommend products/services available to you

Thanks for taking the time to include your information!

For Answerers

Firstly, thank you so much for helping out our community, without your knowledge and time ScA would not be the same!

Some things we'd ask for you to keep in mind: please don't just downvote someone's opinion or response because you disagree.

If you can, please take the time to tell them why you think their advice may be incorrect or harmful. It's better for people to understand why something is a poor choice, instead of just being told that it is one.

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3 years, 6 months agoAbbeyscooch posted on SkincareAddiction.
Feb. 29, 2016

I count on my sunscreen to mattefy my face ...i use shiseido - i've tried the mineral water (blue bottle) as well. Both do a fine job of mattefying me.

vitamin C goes on clean skin 1st product - usually in the AM - it works well with your sunscreen. Retinol would be at night right before bed - i was doingmy routine - retinol - moisture - bed.