Back in December 2020, I think everyone in the skincare community was aware of the SPF controvesy. Purito (@purito_official) then discontinued the Centella Unscented Green Level sunscreen which I real... Back in December 2020, I think everyone in the skincare community was aware of the SPF controvesy. Purito (@purito_official) then discontinued the Centella Unscented Green Level sunscreen which I really enjoyed using back then. I was impressed with their refund system for their customers as well. Fast forward to today, they released a new sunscreen and was even transparent with the SPF testing. Hurray! Purito Daily Go-To Sunscreen 60ml just launched on 15 September and I had been using it for over a week now. This is a hybrid sunscreen so it has both chemical and physical filters. Sunscreen Actives: Chemical filters - Butyloctyl Salicylate, Dibutyl Adipate, Bis-Ethylhexyloxyphenol Methoxyphenyl Triazine, Ethylhexyl Triazone, Diethylamino Hydroxybenzoyl Hexyl Benzoate Physical filters - Titanium Dioxide Other Ingredients: Frangrance free, essential oil free and alcohol free! It also has Centella Asiatica and some other antioxidants of minor concentrations Texture and Finish: It is pretty lightweight considering that most of the sunscreen actives is chemical filters. It sinks into my skin pretty fast for me but leaves a rather dewy finish especially when I used a dewy moisturizer as a base. My forehead does becomes a little shiner in the middle of the day. White Cast: I am glad to report there is no white cast at all! My thoughts: I think this works great for those with dry skin! For those with oily skin, best to use a mattifying moisturizer before using this sunscreen due to its dewy finish. Otherwise, it sits comfortably on my skin, and does not feel thick at all. What's best that it is free of EO, fragrance and alcohol (which is normally present for chemical sunscreens). If I were to really compare this to the discontinued Centalla Green Level sunscren, this sunscreen is more dewy and just a tad more emmolient. Have you tried this yet?