SPF

Sunscreens

Sun protection is an essential step in your daily skincare routine. In fact, using broad-spectrum sunscreen daily is a fundamental part of protecting all skin types from the detrimental effects of UV rays—no matter your age. Without it, your skin is vulnerable to the host of issues sun damage can bring.1 To ensure your skin is getting all the protection it deserves, all of our mineral sunscreen formulas contain three essential ceramides to help restore and maintain your skin barrier and lock in moisture.

Find the Best Sunscreen for Your Skin

There’s a face and body CeraVe sunscreen for everyone, including sunscreen for oily skin, children, and babies, as well as those with sensitive skin and other concerns.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Experts, like the Skin Cancer Foundation, recommend applying roughly two tablespoons of sunscreen to your body—about the size of a shot glass. For your face, it’s recommended to apply a nickel-sized amount. If you’re using a spray or stick, it’s best to apply it liberally over your skin until you see a sheen on your skin’s surface.2

  • Typically, sunscreen should be reapplied every two hours if you’re outdoors, as well as after sweating or swimming. If you’re indoors, away from windows, one application should suffice.3

  • The Food & Drug Administration (FDA) requires that all sunscreens are formulated to last at least three years. Of course, always be sure to keep track of your sunscreen’s expiration date on the package.4

  • Mineral sunscreen, also known as physical sunscreen, helps protect your skin by forming a barrier to block the sun’s damaging UV rays. This type of SPF contains ingredients such as zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, or a combination of the two.

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