Supergoop makes sun protection simple

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Sunscreen is a must no matter what month it is. Wearing sunscreen is a super easy way to protect your skin and its appearance at any age. In this episode of Make Me Up, host Melanie Sutrathada (@melaniesutra) gives us a lesson on all things SPF—but most importantly, how to apply sunscreen on top of a full face of makeup!

The first of two products on Melanie’s SPF must-have list is Supergoop’s (Re)setting Powder. “I love this because it’s a multi-tasking tool,” says Melanie. “Not only is it something that’s gonna apply more SPF to your face, it’s also going to help on those days where you’re feeling a little glowy, aka oily.”

The (Re)setting Powder has an SPF of 35, and comes in 4 shades, but Melanie uses it in Translucent. The 100% mineral powder comes up through the microbial brush, and all you have to do is gently brush it along your face.

If you’re using the powder to combat oily skin, focus on the oilier areas of your face. “It doesn’t look shiny, it just feels really good on my skin,” says Melanie of the setting powder. Not to mention, its compact size means you can throw it in your purse without adding any bulk. 

Melanie is also a big fan of the Supergoop (Re)setting Spray, with an SPF of 40. Not only does its 3.4-ounce container make it uber travel-friendly, but it also packs a lot of luxury into its small size. The (Re)setting Spray both sets your makeup and gives you additional SPF protection. To use the spray, just shake it up and then spray it from 8-10 inches away from your face in a circular motion. 

While both of these products make it super easy to apply extra SPF over makeup, they can also be used on a makeup-free face. Now with your SPF sidekicks secured, you’ll be ready to face the sun all year long!

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