What makes for a really good sunscreen?

Altruism defined, “when we act to promote someone else’s welfare, even sometimes at a risk or cost to ourselves”.

What a great name for a sunscreen. Read on to find out why it makes sense.

I’m very happy to share with you this sunscreen by Altruist Dermatologist Sunscreen created by Dr Andrew Birnie, Consultant Dermatologist and skin cancer surgeon in the UK. Recommended to me by Dr Dray, or Andrea an American Dermatologist I follow religiously on the Tube. I purchased this on Amazon AU for AUD$40.57 ($20.28 each) price approximate for 2×100 mL tubes of SPF 50 Sunscreen.

This UVA/UVB chemical sunscreen is;

🌞Hypo-allergenic – great for Rosacea and dry/sensitive skin
🌞Fragrance-free – great for everyone
🌞Paraben- free – if this is important to you

Also importantly water resistant!

I recently asked my husband if he’d like to apply some sunscreen the other day whilst we worked on some home renovations in the sun. And like a majority of people he replied and shook his head and said it’s oily and uncomfortable to wear.

So for anyone who thinks sunscreen isn’t important this product;

🌞Absorbs quickly
🌞Is not sticky
🌞Has no residue
This goes on fairly white but dries down very well making its formulation perfect for ALL skin types. It gives a definite glow but I like that dewy look. Looks healthy to me anyway.

Another worthy reason of praise is Altruist donates money from sales to charities supporting children with Albinism particularly in African countries where people with Albinism are faced with health and sociocultural risks that endanger their lives.

It’s available for purchase on Amazon USA and Amazon UK.

Please consider sunscreen as one of the tools to protect your skin against skin cancer as well as promoting long lasting beauty!

Remember to #loveyourhealth

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