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“Protect Your Sensitive Skin with These 6 Effective Sunscreens”

6 Sunscreens That Work for Sensitive Skin Too

Your skin needs protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays, and this calls for the use of a broad spectrum sunscreen every day. Mineral sunscreens or physical sunblocks are the best options for sensitive skin as they reflect the sun’s rays instead of absorbing UV rays like chemical sunscreens do. This is important to consider since chemical sunscreens undergo chemical degradation that can irritate sensitive skin with issues such as dryness or acne.

Here are some options that work well for sensitive skin:

Put Simply Beat The Sun Sunscreen (₹899)

This ultra-light sunscreen, made in Korea, has ceramides, cica, and niacinamide that promises to protect and build the skin. It blends in nicely, leaving no white cast on the skin.

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence (₹1,270)

This sunscreen offers SPF 50+ and PA++++ protection, has a surprisingly light texture, and works well under makeup. It’s waterproof, making it a perfect option for a beach holiday.

Dr. Sheth’s Ceramide & Vitamin C Sunscreen (₹499)

This broad spectrum sunscreen has skin barrier-boosting ceramides (1%), vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid. Together with the mineral sun filters, this sunscreen helps protect, hydrate and rebuild the skin.

La Roche Posay Anthelios Mineral Ultra-Light Fluid (₹4,499)

This sunscreen leaves a matte finish and is made with water rich in natural minerals.

Bioderma Photoderm Aquafluid SPF50+ (₹1,550)

This sunscreen promises eight hours of hydration and has been designed to boost skin immunity. It has a dry touch finish and is reef-friendly.

Juice Beauty Spf 30 Oil-Free Moisturizer (₹3,400)

This organic formulation is designed for oily, combination, and blemish-prone skin. Made with grape and pomegranate, aloe vera, vitamins, and sea algae, it promises to clear skin besides protecting it.

It is recommended to always consult a skin expert and understand what works for your skin before using any product as UV damage can lead to many concerns such as fine lines, pigmentation, and rashes. Choose a sunscreen that best suits your skin type and lifestyle, and keep your skin protected and healthy.

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