By now, we all know how important it is to wear sunscreen year-round. But many of us are concerned that slathering on sunblock will cause our skin to break out. If this is happening, it means you’re using the wrong type of product.
For your next sun protection purchase, look for an option that is mineral or “mattifying.” This means that it absorbs oil. You should also look out for sunscreens labeled “noncomedogenic.” When you get home from a day enjoying the outdoors, make sure you wash your face and remove any sunscreen before bed – it will help prevent dryness and irritation that eventually leads to acne.
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