Protecting your skin from UVA (Ultra Violet Aging) and UVB (Ultra Violet Burning) rays is essential to your health and beauty. A lot of premature aging, discoloration, lines/wrinkles, are the result of lack of sun protection. I have to admit that until I started to work in make-up and skin care, I wasn’t that concerned with using SPF (Sun Protective Factor) in my cosmetics. The only time I would put on sunscreen was if I knew I would be outside for extreme amount of time, for example if I was going to be at an amusement park all day.
Over the years I’ve tried several products. Most of them have been too greasy to feel comfortable on my face, but for my body they were okay. The others would usually leave a white film on my skin. The only sunscreen that I found to work on my face without the greasy and/or white residue was by Clinique. I think I’ve finally found an inexpensive substitute from Neutrogena.
|This is the Clinique Sunscreen that I used to use. It retails for $18|
|As special bonus, it came with a lip balm|