What’s the difference between Sunscreen and Sunblock?
The difference is in how they protect the skin against harmful UV rays. Sunblock is literally what it’s name says, it blocks UV rays by forming a physical shield, It sits on top of the skin and acts as a barrier. While a sunscreen absorbs them. Sunblock protects you from UVB rays, Sunscreen protects you from UVA rays, where the 'A' stands for aging.
WHEN IN MY ROUTINE SHOULD I APPLY SUNSCREEN?
Sunscreen should always be the last step in your morning routine. Short on time? Look for makeup with sunscreen benefits.
CAN SUNSCREEN GO BAD?
Yes, replace your sunscreen when you do spring cleaning. Like most products, it has an expiration date.
Neutrogena Ultra Sheer® Face + Body Stick Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 70
Featuring an oil-free formula, this stick sunscreen glides on easily for a hands-free, no-mess application that feels weightless and leaves a non-shiny finish on your face or body.
CC Cream Radiance Color Corrector Broad Spectrum SPF2
Protect against harmful UVA/UVB rays.
Ultimate Sun Protection Spray Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ For Face/Body
Ultra Sheer® Dry-Touch Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 85
It goes on easily and absorbs quickly for an invisible, light-weight feel on your skin. Formulated with Helioplex® Technology, it offers superior broad spectrum protection from aging UVA rays and burning UVB rays.