Olay Complete UV 365 Sensitive Daily Moisturizer With Sunscreen SPF 15 vs. Shiseido Urban Environment Oil-Free UV Protector SPF 42

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Not very similar to the name brand.

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*Neither brand is cruelty-free. Both products come in a squeeze bottle, but Shiseido has a wider top. Olay is truly unscented while Shiseido smells like sunscreen, which wasn't too appealing. We noticed that both formulas appear to be thin, but Shiseido rubs into the skin faster and feels weightless. Olay seemed to sit on the skin and felt sticky afterwards. With a much higher SPF and better afterfeel on the skin, we decided we would pay the extra bucks for the Shiseido in this case.

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