It's a dreary, lousy day in New York City where I spray on Trader Joe's sunscreen for the first time. In early May, Consumer Reports awarded TJ's $ 6 bargain for UVA and UVB protection with a perfect sun protection rating. So we put it to the test. The Well + Good test, if you like.
Using SPF 24/7/365 (regardless of the weather) is what dermatologists recommend to protect against skin damage – even when the sun hides behind a sombre accumulation of stratus clouds. So, no, I'm not overzealous when I spray Trader Joe's sunscreen on my arms and legs before putting on my clothes and putting my raincoat on. It's not too greasy, but it still has the second, slightly sticky finish that awakens nostalgia in the summer camp. The smell has nothing to do with your organized activity days. The spray bottle exudes a citrusy, sun-drenched scent that smells more like margarita than a sandy eight-year-old.
Sunscreen that feels like skin care may not be up to date, but it does take a little time to apply half a second. I know that you will be shocked ̵
A few weeks later I got my chance One of the first 75-degree days in New York. I packed Trader Joe's sunscreen and a good book and made my way to Central Park to spend an afternoon in the grass. Of course, we should all always do our best to avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight. (The American Cancer Society recommends that you sunbathe between 10 and 16 o'clock in the shade and not in the sun.) For reasons of skin health, I find in the park a place where I can easily switch between the sun's rays and sunlight The cover of the tree.
The back of the bottle indicates that I reapply at least every two hours. For security reasons, I put a 90-minute timer on my phone to hold me accountable. As time passes and my skin retains its normal pale hue as Edward Cullen. Now I can shop with my trader Joe without having to set up a separate sunscreen pharmacy. No sun damage for me.
Still a mystery about the difference between sunscreen and sunscreen? That's the deal. For your information, keep an eye on the expiration date of your bottle.