CeraVe Sunscreen Face Lotion Review – Great Product

CeraVe Sunscreen Face Lotion Review - Great Product

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CeraVe Sunscreen Face Lotion Review

With the summer in full swing, I am forever looking for a great sunscreen product. I need something that protects my aging skin and it’s easy to carry (because who wants to carry around a huge bottle of sunscreen).

As I began my search, I received an email asking me if I had any interest in trying a sunscreen I am familiar with – CeraVe. I have used it in the past but then switched for a while. I’m not sure why I took a break from the lotion, but I did. After using CeraVe for a few weeks, we are officially back together – and it’s permanent. While there isn’t a big diamond engagement ring – like on The Bachelorette, I will take the healthy skin and complete coverage as the back up.

CeraVe Sunscreen Face Lotion is available in SPF 30 and SPF 50. I used both of them and didn’t notice a difference in protection against those harmful rays. CeraVe, developed by dermatologists, is advanced skin care available without a prescription that focuses on the skin’s protective barrier. Skin naturally contains ceramides which deplete over time leading to dryness.

CeraVe provides broad spectrum, lightweight sun protection plus vital ceramides. CeraVe Sunscreen features InvisibleZinc™ Technology, a microfine zinc technology that spreads easily and dries with a clear finish. Lightweight and oil-free, as well as non-comedogenic so it won’t clog pores, CeraVe Sunscreen is appropriate for normal, dry and oily skin types to deflect the sun’s harmful rays. An added plus? It’s water resistant! I found CeraVe easy to apply – it was perfect – not watery and not too thick.

CeraVe also has a sunscreen body lotion is available in SFP 30 and 50 as well as a convenient Sunscreen Stick form with SPF 50. I love the sunscreen stick, as well. It is so easy to apply and carry in your bag.

Have you ever used CeraVe? What are your thoughts on the sunscreen?

I received a sample of the CeraVe. I was not paid for this post.

If you would like to try CeraVe, you can find it at your drugstore – or if you are lazy like me, you can buy it at Amazon.


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