The Truth about SPF in your makeup!

Is the SPF in your makeup enough to protect your skin from the sun
UV rays that age or burn you?

Unfortunately, No and here is why.
Make up labeled with sunscreen is not as much protection as one might think. When your adding SPF to a foundation, the other elements of the ingredients can inhibit the effectiveness of the labeled SPF.

What this means is you might not be getting the full protection, but a partial SPF which can lead to a less desired outcome.
I recommend always applying a sunscreen separately under the choice of your make up with SPF. This will help to insure you're getting the SPF needed to protect your unique skin type or issues.
Sunscreens labeled with” Broad Spectrum” and with an SPF of 15 or higher, provide the benefits of protecting your skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays.
We have got you covered with a variety of Broad-Spectrum Sunscreens higher than SPF 15. Take a look at our sunscreens there is sure to be one to fit your specific skin needs! 

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