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Skin-Protecting Makeup

Stay protected and look pretty too with these UV-shielding makeup picks.

  1. Prep skin for makeup with Colorescience Sunforgettable Primer SPF 30 ($45,; green tea and tangerine extracts contain antioxidants to soothe redness.
  2. Physicians Formula Healthy Wear SPF 50 Pressed Bronzer ($14.95, drugstores) gives you a golden glow.
  3. Packed with moisture-trapping hyaluronic acid, Rimmel London Moisture Renew Lip Colour SPF 18 ($6.79, drugstores) plumps lips as it protects them.
  4. In addition to containing SPF, Maybelline New York Instant Age Rewind Radiant Firming Makeup SPF 18 ($9.99, drugstores) also has wrinkle-reducing goji berry.

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Originally published in FITNESS magazine, June 2010.


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mail2rar wrote:

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3/8/2012 06:26:20 AM Report Abuse
hailzuko1 wrote:

What makes you wrinkly, the sun or the sunscreens? They don't make you wrinkly, they just make your face greasy.

5/5/2011 04:21:48 PM Report Abuse
copayextra wrote:

useful information. i wear sunblock all year round. they make you wrinkly!

4/14/2011 07:17:00 AM Report Abuse
arkane537 wrote:

Quote: Truth: The basic rules of math don't apply to SPF numbers. Here's the deal: If applied correctly, SPF 15 blocks 93 percent of UVB rays, SPF 30 stops about 97 percent and SPF 50 obstructs 98 percent. Go any higher and there's a barely detectable increase in the level of protection. End quote: This is funny, in another posting all the 'top' products are spf 70 or so.

7/4/2010 06:13:41 PM Report Abuse
jpross888 wrote:

I thought that while makeup that has spf factors are better than NO sunscreen, people rarely put enough on to truly get the spf benefit...therefore apply sunscreen first, wait 5 minutes for your skin to absorb it, and THEN apply make-up. I like Coppertone Sport for faces, it is non-greasy sunscreen, and doesn't have much fragrance.

6/14/2010 12:11:51 PM Report Abuse

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