I really wanted to like their facial sunscreen spray. The idea of a sunscreen that I could easily reapply and put on over my makeup is a dream. I also saw a lot of good reviews of this product (on their website so duh they'll only post good reviews), and was super excited to use it. I was so disappointed when I used it for the first week. It was incredibly oily and left my face feeling super slick (and also shiny). When I bought the sunscreen, I thought it would have more of a hydrating effect, or at least absorb into my skin. But it just sat on top and gave me an oily look. It also stung my eyes (I obviously closed my eyes when I sprayed and kept them shut for an additional 10 seconds after my last spray as directed on the bottle) and made them water like crazy for the rest of the day after I had it on. I noticed the spray got everywhere on my desk and anything within a 1 foot radius because the mist is so light and travels easily. If I left my glasses or my phone in near me when I sprayed they would have a film of the oily sunscreen on them. It is also more scented than I prefer (not much of a con, but if you are sensitive to smell this is definitely not the product for you). I'm not one to waste money or product so I tried to finish the spray even though I really didn't like it, but after using half the bottle I could not stand it anymore and just threw it out. I didn't even bother saving it to use on my arms and body because I could not stand how oily it is. Additionally, after thinking about it, I really can't trust a spray to give me substantial protection from the sun. There are a lot of other SPFs that build well and lay on top of makeup well, and this product just isn't it.
If they can change the formula to be more mattifying and sting your eyes less, then this would be a much better product. I'm not one to leave negative reviews because it's not usually worth the time, but I genuinely disliked this product so much and did not see enough reviews that detailed how oily it is or how easily it can sting your eyes.