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I FOUND A SUNSCREEN FOR BLACK GIRLS & WOMEN OF COLOR!!
Pro surfer, savvy world traveler, charming TV host and Surfside local Jodie Nelson answers your surfing queries. Women Q What's the best sunblock out there that actually stays on, even after you've been slapped around in the water a couple hours? Everything I've tried seems to either run, or just disappear. A Hi Amy, I am extremely picky about the sunscreen I use. As a surfer -- especially a woman surfer -- I am extra careful about my skin because we're exposed to the sun so often and for such long periods of time it increases the risk of skin cancer. Also, from a vanity standpoint I don't want to look like a sea hag when I'm Sunscreen for your face and sunscreen for your body are totally separate categories, if you ask me. You can pretty much use just about anything for sunscreen for you body, as long as it's got a really good SPF rating and is very waterproof. My face sunscreen is where I get really serious. I splurge when comes to my face. The hard part about finding a good sunscreen for your face is you want something that is going to protect your skin, stay on, not clog your pores and create breakouts, and finally you want something that won't run into your eyes and sting, too. All of the above. Having said that here's what I use: I start out with a base liquid sunscreen that I use on my entire face and ears made by Neutrogena. It's an ultra sheer dry touch sunblock with SPF It's lightweight and it absorbs quickly and has a light, fresh scent. It's a non-oily formula enriched with anti-oxidant vitamins A, C, and E to help fight against environmental damage. It won't clog pores; it's paba-free, as well as waterproof, sweat proof, and rub proof. You can purchase this sunscreen at most drug stores and some grocery stores. Next, I use a sunblock stick made by Shiseido cosmetics. Shiseido makes two type of this stick -- a white one that is supposed to go on clear but goes on a little white and a brownish color that when it's on looks like zinc, make up, or foundation. I use the brown one -- it has a higher SPF and I find that it stays on better than the white one. Neither one gets in you eyes, and with the brown one it supplies complete coverage if you put a thick layer on and don't rub it in too much. I apply the stick to my nose, cheeks and up by my eye to prevent any sun spots or wrinkles. Lately I go ahead and put it up on my forehead too, because I've noticed a few freckles lurking, and they're cause by sun exposure. You may think you look a little silly, but trust me -- you'll be happy when after you've been in the sun all day and you take a shower, clean up and your face is the same color it was before you surfed. It's all about protecting you skin. Just about every professional surfer I know -- girl or guy -- uses this Shiseido. Oh one last thing: These are two places people always forget -- and ears are one of the most skin-cancer prone places on your body. Girls and guys always forget the tops of their hands and that's another place that can age quickly and make you look older than you really are. You just have to always remember that being in the sun is fun and everything -- but it can add years to your skin of you're not careful.
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