How to make SPF your best friend!

You probably know how important it is to safeguard your skin from the sun’s harmful rays, but in case it bears repeating again: it’s crucial to apply a broad-spectrum SPF to exposed skin every day to help prevent cancer and visible signs of aging like sunspots, fine lines and wrinkles. The video below teaches you how you can come to think of your SPF as your best friend, so you’ll never leave home without it again.
The American Academy of Dermatology recommends using a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher. It’s important to note that higher SPFs will not allow you to spend more time in the sun without reapplication. Ideally, you should reapply your sunscreen every two hours.
- Broad-spectrum SPF primer
- Foundation
- Makeup brushes
- Face powder
1. Apply a broad-spectrum primer of your choice to your face to help prevent damage from the sun’s UVA and UVB rays.
2. Move the product down to your neck because that area is one of the first places to be affected by signs of aging like saggy skin.
3. Blend the foundation into your skin with a makeup brush. Be gentle around the delicate areas of your eyes.
4. Finish off the look with your favorite face powder, and you’re set.
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