Sunscreen is probably the only consistent thing in my life. I religiously apply sunscreen every morning as long as it's not raining outside. I was quite excited to review this, because the other Olay items I've used before were all pretty darn good!
To start off, the packaging is really cute, with a pump that can be twisted into a shut/locked position. This makes it perfect for the handbag so I can reapply on the go. I was a little surprised by how little product you get though, considering supermarket suncreen is way cheaper for much more volume.
The texture is on the thin side, so it spreads very easily. One pump is perfect for my face, but I like to put some on my neck too so I did an extra pump. It was to easy rub in and felt light when wearing it. It felt moisturing and had no unpleasant odor. But immediately I noticed my face looking extremely oily. Not like the usual 'glowing dewy skin', but full on lathered baby oil on my face kind of oily. My usual natio sunscreen also gives me a bit of unwanted shine, but not as bad as this. I tried patting it in a bit more, but nope, there's just this stubborn layer of shinyness that floats on top of my face. A little disgruntled, I let it sit for 5 minutes, hoping that it'll absorb in and look a bit more subtle. But in the end I had to use an oil blotting paper and then apply transluscent powder over top.
In terms of sun protection I'd assume it's doing its job. I always wear a hat when I'm out in direct sunlight and try avoid too much sun if possible (I burn like a vampire) so I can't actually vouch for whether it protects you from the rays of a mid-day sun. But for everyday use when you're only in the sun for short amounts of time this should be sufficient.
Overall this isn't too bad, but my current sunscreen is much less greasy looking and packs a better bang for your buck. So I wouldn't go out and purchase this.