Super goof! All. Only. Face. Sunscreen Review
Whether you do or not, you probably know you should wear sunscreen. You take it with you to the beach, to the park, to the ski slopes even. But do you wear it every day? If you’re not, you could cause serious damage to your skin over time. the American Academy of Dermatologists (ADA) recommends everyone to wear sunscreen every day to not only help protect your skin from skin cancer, but also to help prevent signs of aging, sun spots and other skin problems that can result from sun exposure. There’s a lot of debate about the best type of sunscreen, but most dermatologists will tell you that the best sunscreen for you is the one you’ll actually wear.
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The problem, of course, is that many of us have never found a sunscreen we’d actually want to wear, let alone one we’d want to wear every day. Too many of them are greasy on the skin, have strange scents, are too thick or too thin and, worst of all, leave a white plaster on your face. The problem of white cast iron is particularly problematic for people with darker skin, who are less likely to wear sunscreen. Even though you know sunscreen is important, no one wants to walk out of their house looking like a ghost every day and many of us choose to skip this essential skincare step.
This is exactly the Supergoop problem! try to solve with their new sunscreen All. Only. Face. Water Lotion SPF50 ($34), which launches today. This lightweight chemical sunscreen is designed to be undetectable on all skin tones and light enough to wear every day. There is a high sun protection factor, well above the ADA recommended minimum of SPF 30, which provides powerful sun protection in an innovative cooling formula. Not only Supergoop! say this new screen is suitable for all skin tones, but they claim it’s also suitable for all skin types, from dry to oily, thanks to its non-greasy feel. Those are bold claims, especially for a product as polarizing as sunscreen, so we had to put it to the test. We gave bottles to five men’s health staff members with different skin tones to see if it lived up to the claims. That’s what they had to say.
Dale Arden Chong, Gear and Trade Editor
“Supergoop’s new sunscreen is ultra-light as soon as I take it out of the bottle – and when I rub it between my hands, the white product instantly loses its hue and transforms into a clear SPF. On my face, it doesn’t There’s no trace of white plaster. However, it does seem a little greasy at first. But given a few minutes to absorb, I forget it’s even there.
Giancarlos Kunhardt, visual production coordinator
“They weren’t joking – he East invisible. The sunscreen also gives the skin a nice glow which I love, but my sensitive skin didn’t like the formula. Some products, including these, make my skin itch towards the end of the day and I know that can lead to breakouts. But I would recommend it to someone who doesn’t have my sensitive skin issues. It’s truly undetectable, so kudos to Supergoop! to live up to its claim.
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Christian Gollayan, Style and Commerce Editor
“I’ve been traveling between Los Angeles and New York for the past few weeks and needed a sunscreen that could protect my skin in cold and hot weather without causing breakouts, and Every. Alone. Face. does exactly that. It doesn’t irritate my skin (a common problem I’ve had with most sunscreens) and doesn’t leave a white plaster once it’s evenly spread over my skin. of the most versatile sunscreens I’ve tried.
Rashad Minnick, Fashion Associate
“This under-promoted, over-performed aqueous lotion! Its lightweight formula was smooth and invisible. I haven’t had any ghost tones after application, which is usually the biggest issue I have with sunscreen. It’s definitely part of my summer rotation.
Garrett Munce, Grooming Editor
“Of the hundreds of sunscreens I’ve tried, Every. Alone. Face. is up there at the very top. It’s really invisible as long as you rub it in completely and I found the cooling sensation nice and subtle. It’s significantly less greasy than your typical SPF 50 lotion, which is great for me because I always want the highest SPF possible, it left my face a little, shall we say pinkish for my taste, but not that shiny that I looked like an oil slick.Overall this one is a win and has earned a permanent place in my medicine cabinet.
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So that’s all. Only. Face. Watery Lotion SPF 50 the Holy Grail of sunscreens? It could be, depending on what you’re looking for in a daily screen. It truly is invisible on a variety of skin tones, which is one of the most important things a sunscreen can be. The high SPF provides broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays, as well as blue light, pollution and infrared rays, and the formula is packed with antioxidants and other ingredients to help retain moisture and strengthen the skin barrier. It’s not perfect, but in the grand scheme of things, it’s a pretty good bet for just about anyone. If using it is going to get you putting on your daily screen, then it’s worth picking up.
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