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Best moisturizers for the face with sunscreen

When it comes to baseline Skin careYou need to moisturize every day – morning and evening. And if you’re serious about it Sun protection And to prevent premature aging and discoloration of your skin (not to mention the risk of skin cancer), you also need a layer of sunscreen every day. This is where sun-boosting facial moisturizers come in.

Why not apply beach sunblock over your daily moisturizer? It would work in theory, but it might clog your pores as well and feel like you are applying a layer of plastic wrap to your face – not quite comfortable. Instead, invest in a face moisturizer rated with SPF, which will nourish and hydrate your skin while also blocking the sun’s rays.

Here are our favorite sunblock face moisturizers, all of which provide broad coverage. This means they provide defense against both types of UV rays – UVA rays, which cause premature aging, wrinkles, dryness and discoloration, as well as UV rays that can cause sunburn and even skin cancer. Get one and give your skin the care it needs.

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Clinique Energizing Moisturizer for Men SPF 25

The benefits are stacked in Clinique for Men’s newest moisturizer: it wears light while protecting you from UVA and UVB rays, defending toxins and pollution, restoring dulled or irritated skin, plus it’s sweat-proof. It is an excellent candidate for your daily moisturizer for any season.

[$46; clinique.com]

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Kardon SPF 30 Moisturizer
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Kardon Moisturizer SPF 30

Pack a cardon for your next trip; Even though it’s small enough to fit in your pocket, it still lasts like the bigger bottles. Apply a pea-sized amount to your face to get broad-spectrum, fast-absorbing coverage. Best of all, it contains aloe vera extract that cools and soothes the skin.

[$20; cardonformen.com]

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Ursa Major Mineral Moisturizer SPF 18
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Ursa Major Mineral Moisturizer SPF 18

Although it has the highest label price for this group, Ursa Major is also packed with the most benefits. Not only does it provide broad spectrum mineral protection from sunlight, but it also uses ingredients like apple and rose stem cells, squalene, and sodium hyaluronate to combat signs of aging and maintain moisture levels in the skin.

[$56; ursamajorvt.com]

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Baxter of California Oil-Free Moisturizer SPF 15
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Baxter of California Oil-Free Moisturizer SPF 15

We love a straightforward product without a BS, and Baxter of California’s Oil-Free SPF 15 moisturizer is all it promises. It’s lightweight on use (this is the “oil-free” part), offers broad spectrum sun defense, and nourishment on contact (thanks to Vitamin E).

[$31; baxterofcalifornia.com]

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Mënaji SPF 30 tinted moisturizer
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Mënaji Men’s Power Hydrator Plus SPF 30

Mënaji tinted moisturizer comes in 3 shades, and each base color seamlessly blends with similar skin tones to neutralize discrepancies and blemishes. It also provides broad coverage and is packed with antioxidants to protect the skin from sunlight, pollution, and toxins.

[$42; menaji.com]

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Cicapair SPF 30 + Color Correcting Treatment
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Dr. Jart + Cicapair Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30

Dr. Jart’s treatment is more than just a moisturizer. It’s a color-correcting cream that helps neutralize the appearance of blemishes while soothing skin with a mineral-rich, herbal formula. It promises to boost skin vitality, while protecting it from UVA and UVB rays.

[$52; drjart.com]

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