Odd concept:Moisturisers with SPF
Is it just me or does anyone else think this is an odd thing to do? Sun protection in a moisturiser, but the SPF is low like 15 or 30 SPFand most likely won’t stop you from burning. In Australia we have a high UV rating , some states more than others and the best protection is the SPF 50 rating. I feel the 2 products should be separate and are a waste of time unless a 50 SPF is going into the moisturiser. For me, if I’m not going outside I just want normal face moisturiser on. If I am going outside and know it will be for more than 20 minutes, on goes the SPF 50 sunscreen instead. In the last rewards room I ordered CeraVe facial moisturing lotion PM, but got given the AM one instead. This comes with SPF15, so now I have a moisturiser with sunscreen, but not enough to stop me burning, but has the smell and feel of sunscreen when you don’t want it on. I will probably end up using it on my arms as most sunscreens irritate my sensitive skin or smell yuck.
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