Friday, May 12, 2017

Sunscreen Simplified: No Excuses!

One of the most important skincare products you can use is sunscreen, to prevent skin cancer, fine lines and wrinkles, loss of elasticity, and crepe-like lizard-lady skin.  Yes you, no matter your skin color, over-sensitive or problem skin, or your amount of sun exposure.  There are formulations for every concern, and we have narrowed down three that all contain naturally derived ingredients, have hydrating properties, and none of which contain sulfates, parabens, or pthalates. 

This lightweight fluid sunscreen is formulated with raspberry, honey, and rose extracts, and has a faint scent of lemons. It is perfect for wearing under makeup as it absorbs quickly, and leaves no chalky film behind.  This Korean wonder is at the top of our beauty shopping list.

This mineral sunscreen is formulated and extensively tested by dermatologists to ensure it will not clog pores, or exacerbate skin conditions like rosacea or eczema.  It is rich in antioxidant vitamin C, and contains pomegranate and cranberry extracts, and green tea, boosting its anti-aging and hydrating properties. This gentle but powerful lotion is water resistant up to 80 minutes. Don’t forget to reapply if swimming.

This broad-spectrum spray lightly scented with coconut delivers a hydrating mist containing over 70% certified organic ingredients including strawberry, cucumber and algae extracts, and red raspberry seed oil.  It goes on clear and is easy to apply to hard to reach spots up and down your back and legs.

No grease slicks, no chalky white cast, no disrupting makeup application, no aggravation of skin problems = no excuses.  Your future self will thank you.

Find these sunscreens at by clicking the links. 

                                                             XOXO  Shelley

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