If another reason sunscreen isn’t a part of your everyday beauty routine is because of how the formulas of your youth would feel sticky or leave a telltale white cast on your skin, I’ve got good news. “Today, there are a wide array of vehicles with varying textures such as creams, lotions, sprays, sticks and gels,” says Iyer, “They range from being light in consistency to more moisturizing, depending on your needs.”
Not sure exactly what to look for when selecting a sunscreen? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Fill out your Skin Match Profile and select all your needs and preferences including “Sun Protection”. Then just brows our selection of products and choose the ones with enough SPF.
Sun protection factor (SPF): This numerical factor provides information on the level of protection provided. A minimum of SPF 15 or 30 is recommended for everyday wear. When in the sun, it’s important to reapply sunscreen to exposed areas every 90 to 120 minutes, or as the product label indicates.