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Eltamd Uv Clear Facial Sunscreen Broad-spectrum Spf 46

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Review: Elta Md Uv Clear Spf 46 Sunscreen

The Good
  • On the face it’s really nice. It does take a bit of rubbing before the white cast disappears, but not nearly as much as other sunscreens I’ve used
  • It seems really good for sensitive skin, at least as long as your skin doesn’t have a problem with any of the ingredients
  • I haven’t had any issues with clogged pores with it either
  • Regarding sun-protecting abilities, I’m very satisfied
  • It’s not much more expensive than drugstore sunscreens, but far superior to anything else I’ve used
The Bad
  • The consistency is more like moisturizer than primer; it’s thin, but not liquidy
  • You do need to rub it in well however, or it will try to ball up when you put makeup on
Uv Clear Spf 46

The Good
  • Fragrance-free
  • Provides broad-spectrum sun protection
  • Does not leave a discernible white cast
  • Cosmetically elegant formula feels silky, not thick or pasty
  • Contains a good amount of the anti-aging superstar ingredient niacinamide
The Bad
  • A bit pricey, but not terribly so
  • Could use a broader range of antioxidants
Why Eltamd Uv Clear Is The Best Sunscreen

The Good
  • It’s recommended by dermatologists and estheticians
  • It’s great for those with oily and acne-prone skin
  • It works for those with rosacea too
  • It doesn’t irritate sensitized skin
  • It helps lighten acne marks and other dark spots
  • It works well alone or under makeup
  • It doesn’t leave a ghastly white cast
  • Even men love it
  • It’s great for everyday use
The Bad
  • I wish it cost less, but I love this sunscreen and won’t wear anything else
Dermatologists Love The Eltamd Uv Clear

The Good
  • Is a lightweight, oil-free formula, made with 9 percent zinc oxide, which protects skin from the sun’s UVA and UVB rays
  • It’s a clear zinc-oxide sunscreen that also contains niacinamide to help give the skin a glow
  • This silky white cream seeps into skin seamlessly, without creating more sensitivity (great for my redness-prone cheeks) and doesn’t have a scent, which means my underlying eczema is never triggered
The Bad
  • If you slather it too close to the eyes, or it drips near the eyes, it could cause a slight stinging sensation

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