Sun Care & Sunscreen Tips
Dermatologists recommend you reapply every two hours. Reach for portable sizes and easy-to-apply powders for on-the-go sun care.
Look for minis and travel sets that help you get to know a brand and its offerings before you fully commit.
Not to worry: modern formulas mitigate the bluish-white cast of some physical sunscreens with a subtle tint, while chemical sunscreens offer sheer, undetectable coverage.
Makeup/sun care hybrids are on the rise. Look for primers, powders and setting sprays that add an extra layer of protection without disturbing the pretty.
Fake a vacay with self-tanners and bronzers that help you get a faux glow, minus the skin-aging damage.
Protected and poolside? Don't forget the tresses: coat your hair with nourishing oils to treat and prevent damage from heat, chlorine and salt water.