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What About Sunscreens for Acne-Prone Skin?

There’s no way around it! Even if you are battling acne, you still need to apply a sunscreen every day to minimize sun damage. Sunspots, solar keratosis and premature aging of the skin—that’s what happens if you avoid this step or do it only occasionally.

We know what you’re thinking: The last thing you need is another product on your face that can potentially cause breakouts! That’s understandable! But no matter what your skin type or color, you need protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays — right?

The big question is…

What types of sunscreen should you use if your skin is oily or acne prone?

Many people with oily skin also have problems with acne and take prescription medications that make their skin even more sensitive to the sun. When you have acne prone skin, using a sunscreen off the shelf can make your skin worse, leading to clogged pores and breakouts.
A sunscreen for people with acne prone skin is hard to find and sometimes more expensive than other sunscreens. So do you just avoid the sun, risk damaging your skin or deal with the side effects?

Luckily allmedic has developed a sunscreen spray that has been specifically designed for use on acne prone skin.

allmedic™ SPF 30 light & clear sunscreen spray is:

  • Non-greasy, lightweight and offers clear coverage.
  • Quick drying.
  • Easy to apply.
  • Affordable
  • Has a sun protection factor of 30 (SPF30) and offers broad spectrum protection against dangerous UVA and UVB radiation.
  • Contains no nanoparticles.
  • Suitable for every day use on acne prone skin.
  • Suitable to be worn under make-up.
  • Designed to be used with other allmedic™ products.

The correct acne management plan will help provide you with the best chance of resolving stubborn acne. Contact us on 1300 652 969 or consult an allmedic™ stockist and find out more about the allmedic™ acne skin care products and treatments.

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