Date posted Mon Jul 5, 2010
UVA and UVB rays…skin cancer…melanoma…as time passes by it seems like the sun gets worse and worPostsse for our skin, but it feels soooo good. The level of sunscreen has gone up so high is it even worth wearing something so high? Does it become redundant after SPF 50 or something like that? As we all know wearing sunscreen is a pain in the you know what. It’s a pain to put on your children and you don’t like to slop that greasy or even ‘non-greasy’ stuff on yourself. Well, Jane Iredale has introduced Powder-ME SPF 30, a powder sunscreen. It’s even recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation.
My skin is an olive/medium tone so I don’t have to super-speed walk to the shade with a sun bonnet on and SPF 99. But I should wear sunscreen. SPF 30 isn’t bad because I will still burn, but I like to have some sort of ‘color’ in the summer. Who doesn’t feel better with a little tan to their skin? A powder sunscreen, do tell.
Iredale has said,”Powder-Me contains full UVA and UVB protection. You can think of UVA as causing aging damage, while UVB gives you the burn,” Even if you do get a burn, you can use Powder-Me afterwards to help soothe the inflammation due to its ingredients. Seems overall people do like this product! I like it because it comes in a tanned tone too.