Lifestyle · Skin · Uncategorized

Live Pure & Free

Sunscreen is a must. For everyone. You simply can’t argue with it. Would you skip getting your diphtheria vaccine? Would you decide to sleep in the snow in a bathing suit? Would you decide to jump into the ocean after you had covered your shoes in cement? Because not wearing sunscreen is like doing all of those things at once. When you expose your skin to the sun you’re inviting sunburn, premature aging, and even cancer to walk right into your body and set up shop. Do you want to be covered in blisters on Monday when you go into work? Do you want to look like you’re 70 when you’re 35? Do you want to have to undergo surgery that can leave huge scars and pits in your face? No? Then wear sunscreen. It’s very simple people!

Even though someone living under a rock for the past 15 years would know the importance of sunscreen, there are still people who decide to skip this skincare step. Why? Well, because until recently sunscreens were thick, greasy, smelled bad, left a white cast on your face, and caused severe breakouts. Now, I completely understand wanting to avoid all of those things. Thankfully, you no longer have to. With Neutrogena’s Pure & Free Liquid SPF50 you can protect yourself from the sun without suffering any adverse side effects. It’s lightweight, invisible (if it seems white you haven’t rubbed it in enough), you only need a dime-sized amount to cover your face and neck, lasts all day long, and is waterproof so there’s no need to reapply. Bonus! It’s also oil, fragrance, paraben, and dye free, hypoallergenic, and noncomedogenic. What more can you want?

So seriously people, you shouldn’t be getting sunburnt anymore.


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