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It's About Face Value

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It's never too early or too late to protect you face from sun damage. Whether your skin is still virtually wrinkle-free, or you already have wrinkles, using products with super sun-blocking properties will help slow the formation of new lines and age spots—and, most important, skin cancer.

Here's a short list of facial products with sunscreen ingredients and some of the exceptional brands that offer them. All have received the Skin Cancer Foundation's Seal of Recommendation.

Sunblock Lotions

  • Aveeno Continuous Protection Sunblock Lotion for Face SPF 70.

  • Aveeno Positively Ageless Sunblock Lotion for Face SPF 70.

  • Clinique City Block Sheer Oil-Free Daily Face Protector SPF 25.

Creams

  • Clarins Sun Wrinkle Control Cream Very High Protection SPF 15.

  • Clarins Sun Wrinkle Control Cream Ultra Protection SPF 30.

  • Lancome Soleil Ultra Sunscreen Face and Body Lotion for Sensitive Skin SPF 50.

  • Lancome Absolue Soleil Premium Bx Replenishing Sun Protection Face Cream SPF 30.

Moisturizers

  • DDF Doctor's Dermatologic Formula Matte Finish Photo-Age Protection SPF 30.

Makeup

  • Jane Iredale Powder-Me SPF Dry Sunscreen SPF 30, tanned and translucent.

  • Jane Iredale Amazing Base Loose Mineral Powders SPF 20.

  • Jafra Cosmetics International Skin Defense Makeup with Intellishield SPF 15.

  • Jafra Cosmetics International Mineral Makeup SPF 15.

  • Physicians Formula Le Velvet Film Makeup SPF 15 (Cream).

  • Physicians Formula Healthy Wear Powder Foundation SPF 50.

  • Shiseido Sun Protection Liquid Foundation SPF 42.

  • Shiseido White Lucent Brightening Powder Foundation SPF 24.

  • Vertra Shelter Sun Resistant Foundation Face Stick in natural beige SPF 38.

  • Vertra Shelter Sun Resistant Foundation Face Stick in translucent SPF 50.

For more information and a full list of all the brands and products that have received the Seal of Recommendation visit the Skin Cancer Foundation.

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