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9 Sunscreens Our Beauty Experts Can’t Survive Summer Without

June 15th, 2017

I’ve finally become part of the smart grown-up women’s club that swears by wearing sunscreen every day. Sure, I sort of tried to say for years that I “always wore sunscreen,” but in hindsight, the meager amounts of SPF 15 that I put on selective body parts only in all-day blazing sun doesn’t really count. It wasn’t until I was pregnant with Henry, and started dealing with sun-induced melasma, that I started getting vigilant about my sunscreen use. And the new-to-me concept of reapplying! Since all sunscreens are not created equal (and some actually feel gross), I tapped our panel of beauty experts to spill the sunscreens they can’t live without. Keep scrolling for their picks, and I’d love to hear yours in the comments!

*featured image via sincerely jules

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4 Comments under :: 9 Sunscreens Our Beauty Experts Can’t Survive Summer Without
  1. I’d love to try the Anthelios sunscreen, and the Dew Skin sounds great too!

    Blush & Pearls by Angela

  2. ladybelleelle says:

    Colorescience Sunforgettable is my all-time fave! I will never use another sunscreen again! 🙂

  3. There’s such an amazing range of sunscreens out there right now, it’s great!

  4. Mia says:

    Thank you for listing a “reef safe” brand! (Acure). I’m trying out this sunscreen from Stream 2 Sea which is described as reef-safe. I tend to go for physical blockers, and I recently learned that many ingredients from chemical-based sunscreens damage coral reefs (they cause coral bleaching) — so that is another reason for me to avoid chemical blockers. From what I learned, the following ingredients damage coral: oxybenzone, butylparaben, octinoxate and 4-methylbenzylidine camphor. Stream 2 Sea was one of the brands listed as reef safe based on my online search. I just ordered it so I have yet to try it – but as it does rely on physical rather than chemical blockers it may take some rubbing in for it to absorb and not look pasty/white. They have their own website, but the brand is also available on Amazon.

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