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Meg here and I don’t know about this whole 12/12/12 thing but the sky in LA is totally grey and it loks like it’s going to down pour any second. I hate this for a number of reasons. One, I think I suffer from Seasonal Depression. Whatever that is, the type of thing where a person gets down when it’s gross outside. To help combat this ailment, I moved to sunny Los Angeles sixteen years ago. Now I just suffer from Body Dysmorphic Disorder, a slight case of anxiety and an extreme case of narcissism-the same as every other Los Angelino.

Since the sky is dark and eerie it may seem strange to speak about MDSOLAR SCIENCES Mineral Screen Tinted Gel. SPF 30+. It’s not that far off, here’s the deal. Even though Mr. Sunshine is not visible to you, harmful UV Rays are still shooting right through the clouds. People actually get a lot of sun damage this way because they’re not expecting it.

Not to Bragg (Ha! See what I did there?!) Since my Apple Cider Vinegar routine my skin has been looking really nice. I do of course have a little uneven redness around my nose and chin. The ACV really helps but it’s not photoshop in a bottle.

I am loving MDSOLARSCIENCES Mineral screen tinted gel SPF 30. It’s so light but it provide enough coverage to even out my skin tone. It really feels like smooth silk going on, like a high end moisturizer. There is zero “cakeness” and it doesn’t sit in my fine line or creases. Oh yeah, it’s also protecting my from getting any new fine lines or creases and preventing the ones that I do have from getting worse. Thank you SPF 30+!

Sometimes, companies that use the SPF really concentrate on that and the almost medicinal aspect of their product and overlook the cosmetic end. This product feels more like a luxury cosmetic than a preventative one. Only a little is needed and it doesn’t at all apply greasy. I’m reaching for this daily.

I’m looking out the window and it’s still overcast and cold, but I wont be fooled! I know Mr. Sunshine’s rays can beam through the clouds. This is both comforting and terrifying. Thankfully whether the sun decides to come out tomorrow or not. With my MDSOLARSCIENCES Mineral Screen Tinted Gel SPF 30+ I’m protected either way.

How about you? Do you take the extra SPF step? How important to you is it that it’s already included in your product?


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