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Our best-selling tinted sunscreen contains zinc oxide and titanium dioxide to provide broad-spectrum protection with a sheer, mattifying finish.
This all-physical sunscreen blurs imperfections for a flawless finish that’s perfect for everyday use and ideal as a replacement for primer before makeup application.
Our chemical-free sunscreen is water and sweat-resistant for up to 80 minutes to provide amazing protection for sweaty outdoor workouts and beach vacations.
Providing broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection, this naturally reflective mineral is one of the most effective sun protectors available. It’s also antimicrobial and non-comedogenic making it safe for acne-prone skin.
Blocking short wave UVA and UVB rays, this mineral is virtually invisible on the skin. It’s perfect for those with delicate skin as there’s no risk of skin sensitivity.
A breathable barrier that protects against transepidermal water loss, dimethicone works to soften the skin and prevent excess shine.
Our Tinted Mineral Sunscreen is by far our best-selling sunscreen for several reasons:
Chemical sunscreens (e.g. oxybenzone, avobenzone, octisalate, octocrylene, homosalate, or octinoxate) undergo a chemical reaction with the UV rays, absorbing them and then releasing the extra energy as heat. The sunscreen's chemical reaction only lasts for a limited amount of time, so you have to reapply after 2-3 hours to ensure you’re still protected.
Physical sunscreens (e.g. zinc oxide, titanium dioxide) create a barrier of protection that reflects and scatters the UV rays. What's great about these sunscreens is that as long as the barrier is intact (you haven't sweat through the sunscreen or wiped it off) you won’t need to reapply as frequently.
Yes, formulated with both zinc oxide and titanium dioxide as the active ingredients, our Tinted Mineral Sunscreen offers all-physical, broad-spectrum SPF 40 sun protection. It’s free of chemical sunscreens, dyes, fragrances, and oils.
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Broad Spectrum is a term that indicates a sunscreen will protect against both UVA (the aging rays that cause damage and cancer) and UVB (the burning rays that cause sunburn).
It is important to know that titanium dioxide only protects against UVB rays so you will want to make sure that it is mixed with a UVA blocker like zinc oxide, that’s why we use both in our Tinted Mineral Sunscreen.
To ensure your skin is properly protected it’s important to apply the correct amount of sunscreen. The proper dosage is a nickel-size dollop every time you apply it to your face.
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Both sunscreens offer all-physical, broad-spectrum protection, there are some differences:
Insider tip: Many clients love to mix the Tinted Mineral Sunscreen and Illuminating Sunscreen together for the best of both worlds!