It’s a topsy turvy world and the weather to match. Ensure your face is fully protected in rain and shine, with the best sunscreens around. After all, SPF is the one vital ingredient no one should skimp on. Should you prefer mineral, chemical and zinc oxide active ingredients, there is a sunscreen that will be perfect for you.
1.Decleor Aloe Vera Face Sun Cream SPF50, £34, www.decelor.co.uk
This sunscreen has to be our go-to formula. It’s so good you could even use it as your skincare saviour. Packed with aloe, macadamia, sesame and vitamin E, the cream offers a truly transformative effect as well as ensuring optimal UVA/UVB protection. Love, love, love!
2.La Roche Posay Anthelios XL Velvety Milk Body & Face Sunscreen Lotion SPF50, £23.35 (250ml), www.amazon.co.uk
As huge fans of La Roche Posay, we couldn’t wait to test their sunscreen – and it does not disappoint. The milky texture quickly absorbs into the skin without leaving the nasty residue we all know and hate. Should you be searching for a great chemical sunscreen with an SPF30, this one is the kitty.
3.Murad City Skin Age Défense Broad Spectrum SPF50 PA+++++, £60 (50ml), www.murad.co.uk
Should you be on the lookout for a new mineral sunscreen, we highly recommend Murad. The cult brand has gone at exceeded expectations once again and this sun cream should be considered to be a real treat. The 100% mineral formula offers both indoor and outdoor protection. Not only does it shield against the onslaught of blue light, but it also thwarts UVA and UVB damage. This all-singing, all-dancing creation even colour corrects and evens skin tone too!
4.Best for Aging: SkinCeuticals Ultra Facial Defense, £41 (30ml), www.skinceuticals.co.uk
SkinCeuticals remains to be a true hero for fighting those pesky signs of aging. Their Ultra Facial Defense is in a league of its own. Using outstanding UV filters, the formula effectively prohibits the UVA and UVB rays; thus, it protects against collagen breakdown and the unwanted dark spot guests from appearing on your face.
For more reading inspo, “5 Very Good Reasons For Wearing Sunscreen Every Day.”
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