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Vivier Sheer Broad Spectrum SPF 45

I’ve been wearing sunscreen daily for a year now, and the change in my skin is noticeable.  Combined with retinol and vitamin C and other skin treatments, the difference is that my skin actually stays clear instead of clearing up and getting pigmented. Finding sunscreens that I like has been key.  If you find one […]

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Sunscreen Holy Grail: Vichy Ideal Soleil Anti-Shine Dry Touch Lotion

I carried this @VichyCanada sunscreen in my purse because it was my favourite… The key to using sunscreen everyday is to find something one that you really like so that you don’t mind using it every morning.   It’s important to find something that’s not greasy so that it doesn’t make your skin too shiny, […]

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Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel Cream SPF 15

Sometimes, the easiest way to add SPF into your routine is to use a daily moisturizer that already has SPF in it.  That’s the case with the @NeutrogenaCA Hydro Boost Gel Cream.  The texture is light, and not greasy, so that once this absorbs you’ll forget you even had it on. Cleaned out my desk […]

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Another Day, Another Clear Sunscreen Everyone Can Use

It might feel like summer’s on its way out, but I’m not done with these sunscreen reviews!  Here’s another option for those of you who are looking for something that’s completely clear, and this one is SPF 30.   Aveeno’s Positively Radiant Sheer Daily Moisturizer has a light, almost gel-like consistency that feels incredibly hydrating on […]

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A Completely Clear Face Sunscreen

#SorryNotSorry for all the sunscreen posts.  I’ve been using sunscreen diligently – on myself and the kids – as part of a quest to get out of the house more and be out and about with the kids.  I mean, I try anyway, but in the winter, it’s easier to make an excuse and just […]

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Aveeno Protect + Hydrate Sunscreens

I have to give a shoutout to Aveeno, because the Protect + Hydrate are some of my favourite sunscreens.  They’re moisturizing, they absorb quickly, and they’re easy to use.  The Protect + Hydrate sunscreens come in three versions – SPF 30, SPF 45, SPF 60 – and you can tell by looking at my picture […]

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New Coppertone ClearlySheer Whipped Sunscreen

Ease of use, non-sticky, and clear are what I’m looking for in a good sunscreen, and in past years, I’ve added Coppertone to my sunscreen roundup.  Coppertone ClearlySheer sunscreen is one that’s been in my options since it came out a couple of years ago, and in fact, I’ve written about it here and here.  […]

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Why is Kids’ Sunscreen so Annoying?!

#SorryNotSorry for not being around… I’ve been living life, and using a ton of sunscreen as I’ve been out and about, both on myself and on my kids.   So I have to vent about sunscreen that’s meant just for kids.  Has anyone else found that it’s usually goopy, thick and very difficult to blend […]

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Vichy LiftActiv UV

Day creams need to have SPF – it really kills 2 birds with 1 stone because you can moisturize and protect your skin without too much trouble.  I mean, do we really want to moisturize and then add more product on top with sunscreen? That’s why I love Vichy’s LiftActiv UV moisturizer – it has […]

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Beautycounter Protect Stick Sunscreen

Beautycounter’s Protect Stick Sunscreen is zinc based, water resistant, and SPF 30, and its formula is sheer enough to be used on all skin tones.  Take a look for yourself.  I’ve applied it on my arm and haven’t rubbed it in and you can barely tell where I’ve applied it. The stick formula means that […]

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