Can I skip sunscreen on my face if it makes me break out?

Certain sunscreens can feel greasy or half a chalky finish, so it’s understandable you don’t want to wear it on your face, however, it is 100% necessary to prevent sun damage, advanced aging, and various types of skin cancer. Luckily, there are several quality sunscreens that are made especially for the face, and are labeled “Oil Free” and/or “Non-Comedogenic” so they won’t leave skin greasy or clog your pores. Every day wash your face with a gentle cleanser, follow with toner/serum/moisturizer and then apply your sunscreen (if your moisturizer doesn’t have SPF).

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