Editor's Pick: Cheryl's No-Fail, No-Blemish Face Sunscreen

I know, I know: Talking about sunscreen is super boring. But it's a necessary evil, and since I'm starting to notice some mysterious lines and blotches on my face that didn't used to be there, I'm being more careful about using it daily. Mostly because I don't want to look like this after a day in the sun.
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I know, I know: Talking about sunscreen is super boring. But it's a necessary evil, and since I'm starting to notice some mysterious lines and blotches on my face that didn't used to be there, I'm being more careful about using it daily. Mostly because I don't want to look like this after a day in the sun.
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I know, I know: Talking about sunscreen is super boring. But it's a necessary evil, and since I'm starting to notice some mysterious lines and blotches on my face that didn't used to be there, I'm being more careful about using it daily.

I can't stand anything gooey on my face, and the problem is that a lot of high SPF sunscreens feel really greasy. Not this one, though. It's made with a physical mineral sunscreen rather than a chemical sunscreen (like meroxyl and that ilk), and I think that makes the difference in the texture. It goes on pretty matte, and blends in easily--you don't get any of the chalky residue that some physical sunblocks have. And it never makes me break out--because the only thing worse than a sunburn and age spots, is a pale face full of zits.

It's a teeny bit pricey, but a little goes a long way. I'm headed to Miami for the weekend and I have a fresh bottle in my bag, because I don't want to look like this afterwards.

Get it here.