Physical vs. Chemical Suncreen: Which one's for you?
Physical sunscreens use zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide to create a physical block for sun rays. Chemical sunscreens use chemical filters for a lightweight/watery feel.
TIP: If you’re acne-prone, look for non-comedogenic ingredients on the label (zinc oxide and titanium dioxide) as recommended by FDA. Always do a patch test first!
A 100% physical and reef-safe sunscreen with a minimal white cast and a comfortable dewy-turned-slightly-matte finish.
The perfect companion for daily sun protection and is safe for sensitive skin. Apply as the last step of your morning skincare routine and you're good to go.
 Southeastern Dermatology. (2016, June 10). Physical vs. Chemical Sunscreen: Which is Right for You?
 Sander, M., Sander, M., Burbidge, T., & Beecker, J. (2020). The efficacy and safety of sunscreen use for the prevention of skin cancer. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 192(50), E1802–E1808. doi.org/10.1503/cmaj.201085