Considering the current weather fluctuations happening in the province of Ontario, it might be difficult to consider the fact that warmer weather and sunnier days are on their way. But, they’re a comin’, and it’s wise to make a mental note that sun and heat aren’t necessarily the best elements for the skin.
I thought I would research some of the better facial SPF products of 2019 in hopes of encouraging more of us to start sporting sunscreen on our faces regularly. I don’t use sunscreen much, but I’m aware that I should, and it’s something that can significantly improve the condition of our skin long-term.
Here are this year’s best options, according to Allure:
- Dermalogica Prisma Protect SPF 30 – $65
- Coppertone Pure & Simple Sunscreen Lotion for Face SPF 50 – $5
- Tatcha Silken Pore Perfecting Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 35 PA+++ – $65
- Bare Republic SPF 50 Mineral Shimmer Sunscreen Sticks – $9
- Supergoop! Superscreen Daily Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 40 PA+++ – $38
- SkinCeuticals Light Moisture UV Defense SPF 50 – $39
- Tarte Tarteguard Mineral Powder Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 30 – $28
- Pond’s Clarant B3 Even Skin Tone Daily Facial Moisturizer With SPF 30 Sunscreen – $10
- Peter Thomas Roth Max Mineral Naked Broad Spectrum SPF 45 – $38
- Neogen Day-Light Protection Sun Screen SPF 50 PA+++ – $30
I pulled 10 out of the 25 options Allure lists as this year’s best facial sunscreen products, but I encourage you to check out the entire list which can be found via the link above.
Some of these options may not be considered affordable for everyone, but the list does incorporate both drugstore and luxury products with their respected costs.
Facial SPF may not be something you’ve invested much thought and effort in, but it’s never too late to start improving the quality and longevity of skin. The sun can wreak a lot more havoc on skin than some of us may realize, and it’s better to be preventative, rather than regretful later on.
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