5 Ways to Make Sunscreen Work for You

Black woman It is a very common misconception that sunscreen is not necessary for women of color. If you have been given that information, you are completely misinformed.

The sun does not discriminate; therefore, it is very necessary to protect yourself against its harmful rays. Skin cancer and premature aging are just some of the many effects that over exposure can cause.

Experts recommend that sunscreen be worn every day, even during the winter months. One of the best ways to make sure you get your recommended dose is by replacing some of your everyday beauty products with those that double as a sunscreen. “Black don’t crack” and this may be true, but only if you do your part. Here’s to killing two birds with one stone!

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A writer, bookworm and self proclaimed beauty junkie. Ask me if I've tried it before you buy it. Getting to the goods, one beauty product at a time! @Tenoiya