How to Choose a Sunscreen for Acne-Prone Skin

If you have sensitive, acne-prone skin, the thought of slathering on thick, heavy sunscreen could be less than appealing. However, sunscreen should be an incredibly important part of your skin-care routine to ensure your face is protected against skin cancer, premature aging, and hyperpigmentation. When you have skin that is prone to breakouts, below are some tips on choosing a sunscreen that will protect your skin and leave your face feeling great all day.

Once you find the right product, be sure to apply daily, even on cloudy or rainy days to ensure your face is protected year-round. If you are having difficulty selecting a product, reach out to our Colorado dermatology specialists by calling (303) 740-4883.

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