after months of basking in the sun.
Alexiades suggests taking stock of your situation before reaching for your sunblock. “If I’m going to be on a boat I want an SPF 100 no matter what because even when the ocean spray starts to wash it off I will still have a 50, then for everyday wear an SPF 50 is acceptable,” she says. Her current go-to blockers: Topix Pharmaceuticals Glycolix SPF 30 which has 17% micronized zinc plus vitamins C, E, and Coq10, Neutrogena Baby Faces SPF 50 and Skinceuticals Physical Fusion SPF 50.
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