Celebrities swear by Summer Friday’s FPS ShadeDrops
By now, we all know that wearing sunscreen is absolutely imperative all year round, even when it’s dark. But as spring approaches, it becomes even more important to apply SPF before going out. When choosing what’s best for you, there are a few things to consider, including your preferred texture, formulation, and price. If you’re looking to change up your sunscreen routine, there’s one in particular that celebrities have been loving lately.
Both Pamela Anderson and Hailey Bieber are fans of Summer Fridays ShadeDrops Mineral Sunscreen SPF 30, a great option for anyone looking for a lightweight, naturally radiant finish that protects against UV rays while delivering nourishing ingredients to the skin. And best of all, it’s reef-friendly, so you can rest assured that nature isn’t harmed while you’re bathing in the sea.
Made with vegan and cruelty-free ingredients, this sunscreen is formulated with zinc oxide, squalane, chamomile and an antioxidant blend of vitamin E and ethyl ferulate. They work together to protect the skin from sun damage and to hydrate, soften and smooth the skin and protect it from further damage caused by free radicals. The drops create an ethereal glow that isn’t slick or greasy, leaving the complexion with a silky, youthful texture.
It’s one of Anderson’s daily essentials — so much so that she apparently carries it with her all day.
She pulled it out of her Stella McCartney bag during an “In The Bag” YouTube video for British Vogue, noting that she wishes she had used SPF more often when she was younger.
Hailey Bieber has used so much sunscreen that she posted a picture of it on her Instagram Stories, with a caption reading “EMPTY”.
ShadeDrops by Summer Fridays has a super subtle universal shade that blends with all skin tones – which several reviewers confirm. Plus, users say it doesn’t leave a white cast, clog pores, or feel heavy, which is a must when wearing over other skincare products, under makeup. or if you have a darker complexion.
If you’re thinking of ditching your current sunscreen or are already on the hunt for a new sunscreen, this beauty ticks a lot of boxes. It’s not easy to find a mineral sunscreen with a lightweight finish, and that alone is worth considering. I also find it reassuring that he has both Anderson and Bieber’s seals of approval. They are of very different ages, with unique and individual skin conditions and lifestyles. When a product works well with a range of people, chances are it’s more universal than not.
Check out some of the raves this luminous sunscreen is getting at Sephora, then pick one up for yourself.
“I have extremely sensitive skin and this sunscreen has been an absolute dream come true for me. It wears so light like a lotion, has no smell of sunscreen, and the best part is that it doesn’t bother me. irritate OR clog my pores.I never thought I would love sunscreen so much and I never wanted to follow the rules of wearing sunscreen under makeup until now.S PLEASE Summer Fridays – do a body-sized version of this thing!!!” – evelynnii
“I’ve tried at least 5 different sunscreens that would either make my skin super oily (I already have oily/combination skin) or break out. I haven’t had any sunscreen outside of my skincare routine skin for years because of this, but I was looking forward to getting one. I decided to give it a shot considering the positive reviews, but was a little nervous because of the price. HOWEVER, I’ve been using this sunscreen for a few weeks and it’s the best sunscreen I’ve ever tried It doesn’t leave my face greasy or any weird residue or white haze It doesn’t break out on me and my makeup does it covers beautifully. Personally, I think it’s very expensive for 50ml but to me, it’s worth every penny. — itsonlyciara
“I have sensitive skin and I still love it so much! Buy It Now ! I bought all the expensive face sunscreens – elta MD, la roche posay, supergoop, biossance, etc. It has the same zinc oxide content as elta MD (good sun protection!) but is so light on the skin. —Xan445
“Undetectable. SPF is part of my daily routine – it’s my benchmark. I shake the sleek and functional bottle, apply a finger length amount of this lightweight, mostly unscented sunscreen (I noticed a distinct smell when I first started using the product – no more smell) and a non-liquid sunscreen that sinks directly into the skin with no white cast and a natural finish. Layering well above and below my other products. This sunscreen does not burn my eyes if I sweat! —jaymeraye
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