By now, we all know that sun damage doesn't just come in sunburn form. Things we associate with aging — wrinkles, age spots, rosacea, and patches of rough skin — are all common signs of sun damage. So, one of the surefire ways to maintain youthful looking skin, is by using sunscreen.
Though dermatologists recommend wearing it on your face all year long, as we approach the sunny spring and summer months, it becomes a non-negotiable. But not all sunscreens are created equal. The trick is finding ones that not only protect from UVA/UVB rays, but also have anti-aging properties that nourish your skin — whether on your body or your face.
Keep scrolling for Woman's World's picks for the best sunscreens for mature skin, so you can enjoy the outdoors to the fullest.
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