Wednesday, May 6, 2009

SPF – We All Require It

As I browsed my inbox today, I clicked on the email from Sephora to see what can’t live without products I cannot live with.   My email included about 6 items that I cannot live without, however this one was so amazing that I wanted to share with everyone.

I believe in sunscreen, being a fair skinned individual with light eyes to boot.  When I shop for skin care products, I look for products with the highest SPF available. 

Check this out.  This product from Peter Thomas Roth, a name I wasn’t familiar with until a few moments ago.  This product is an instant mineral transparent powder with a 30 SPF in it.  Brush on your facial sun screen!  Are you as excited as I am about this? 

 

Instant Mineral SPF 30
What it is:
A talc-free, transparent matte,

SPF 30 mineral powder in a convenient brush applicator.
What it is formulated to do:
Works immediately to block out the sun's harmful UVA/UVB infrared rays

to help prevent sunburn, skin damage, freckling,

and uneven discoloration as it creates the illusion of smooth, radiant skin.

MORE PRODUCT DETAILS

 

 Peter Thomas Roth

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7 comments:

DesertHen said...

How cool is that! I'm fair skinned with light eyes and burn if I see two seconds of sun! Okay....maybe not two seconds, but it doesn't take much sun for my skin to turn pink, red and burn! I have not heard of that name either....thank you for posting.

Mental P Mama said...

Love it! I use a tinted face moisturizer with spf 30, but I am liking this option;) How does your hair look????

asthmagirl said...

Speak to me pasty white sister!

I used SPF moisturizer daily plus extra if I'm hiking. I hadn't thought about the mineral stuff. Do you think it works?

Country Girl said...

I got that same e-mail and saw this. I was intrigued. Did you see that cute little set from Philosophy?

TSannie said...

I'm off to explore mineral powder!

imom said...

I've never heard of Sephora! Time to do some research.

That is a great SPF alternative.

Daryl said...

Just a suggestion .. http://store.bareescentuals.com

I think they have a comparable product for less $$ .. Peter Thomas Roth products are good but pricey...