Sunscreen Makeup

Dr. Ileana Perez-Quintairos

Dr. Ileana Perez-Quintairos, Dermatologist at Baptist Health South Florida, recommends applying a regular sunscreen first with the SPF 30 and then putting the makeup on every morning before going to work.

Nowadays, she explains, there are a lot of products with high SPF like lip gloss, powdered type of sunscreens makeup and compact type.

“You have to take out one of those steps in order to get to work,” the specialist says.

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