5 Tips for Applying Powder Sunscreen

chemical-free sunscreen, powder sunscreen, SPF 30Applying dry sunscreen can be a mystery to some people, and you aren’t alone in wondering “what’s the easiest way to apply powder sunscreen?” Our Powder-Me SPF Dry Sunscreen is a physical sunscreen that contains broad spectrum SPF 30, is water resistant for up to 40 minutes, and can be easily applied in a variety of ways depending on your preference.

Here are five simple ways to apply Powder-Me SPF to your face, body and scalp.

Use the built-in applicator. Apply your Powder-Me SPF by using the applicator to dot the powder on your skin, overlapping dots to completely cover the exposed area. Then, blend the dots for optimal coverage.

Use a brush.  For a quicker way to apply the sunscreen, remove the applicator top of your Powder-Me SPF and use a Kabuki Brush or the Refill-Me Refillable Loose Powder Brush instead. Make sure to apply the powder so it completely covers all areas that are exposed to the sun.

Add SPF to your moisturizer. Create your own 2-in-1 product by adding Powder-Me SPF to your BeautyPrep Face Moisturizer or a body lotion of your choice.

Create your own shimmer sunscreen. If you’re looking for a little extra shimmer with your sun protection, combine Powder-Me SPF with 24-Karat Gold Dust or Golden Shimmer Face and Body Lotion. It will give you the perfect radiant glow for your next music festival or sunset wedding.

Apply sunscreen to your roots. Pour Powder-Me SPF into the Refill-Me Refillable Loose Powder Brush and use it to apply the sunscreen directly to your roots. This will prevent your hair from getting too oily with sun lotion while still giving your scalp much needed sun protection!

Now that we’ve shared our tips, tell us your favorite Powder-Me SPF tricks on Instagram using #PureProtect @janeiredale. 

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