Sephora Sun Safety Kit 2021 is available now: sephora.com/sephora-favorites-sun-safety-kit-P470250. This year Sephora Favorites Sun Safety Kit 2021 is $39 ($221 value). It contains 14-piece set including full size CLINIQUE Pep-Start SPF 50 ($23) and Dr. Dennis Gross All-Physical Dark Spot SPF 50 ($42)! Here’s the full spoilers and product links to the 14 newest sunscreen and makeup with SPF samples from Sephora. Even sweeter, Snag a free Sephora complexion sample set! Get 10 top products to try—yours with $35 product purchase use code BESTMATCH.
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Sephora Sun Safety Kit 2021
If you are planning to get the Sephora Sun Safety Kit, it’s available now at Sephora Favorites page! Every year Sephora releases their Sephora Sun Safety Kit in spring. It is a multibrands set contains tons of decent sunscreen, sun care and SPF beauty samples and full size products. There is no subscription required. This set is always the greatest value and the most popular of all Sephora Favorites kits. This set always sells out really quick. Every year Sephora will donate part of the sale to charity. For 2021, Sephora will donate $25 from the sale of this kit to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, with a minimum donation of $700,000.
Sephora Favorites Sun Safety Kit 2021 $39 ($221.00 value).
What it is: A kit that includes Sephora’s favorite sun care products, featuring an array of sunscreen and supplement options for safe play in the sun.
Skin Type: Normal, Dry, Combination, and Oily
What Else You Need to Know: Sephora will donate $25 from the sale of this kit to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, with a minimum donation of $700,000.
This Set Contains:
- 1 fl oz/ 30 mL CLINIQUE Pep-Start Daily UV Protector Broad Spectrum SPF 50 in full size $23
- 7 oz/ 50 mL Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare All-Physical Dark Spot Sun Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 50 in full size $42
- 67 oz/ 20 mL Biossance SQUALANE + ZINC SHEER MINERAL SUNSCREEN SPF 30 PA+++ | Full size $30
- 24 oz/ 7 mL Dermalogica Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF 50 | Full size $75
- 13 oz/ 3.95 g HUM Nutrition Here Comes The Sun | Full size $12
- 14 oz/ 4 mL Isle of Paradise Color Correcting Self-Tanning Drops | Full size $23.25
- 33 oz/ 10 mL Kate Somerville DeliKate Recovery Serum | Full size 74 GBP
- 33 oz/ 10 mL Lancome UV Expert Aquagel Defense Primer & Moisturizer SPF 50 | Full size $40
- 8 oz/ 23 mL Murad Essential-C Day Moisture Broad Spectrum SPF 30 PA+++ | Full size $65
- 17 oz/ 5 mL Peter Thomas Roth Water Drench Broad Spectrum SPF 45 Hyaluronic Cloud Moisturizer | Full size $52
- 34 oz/ 10 mL REN Clean Skincare Clean Screen Mineral SPF 30 Mattifying Face Sunscreen Broad Spectrum | Full size $38
- 23oz / 7 mL Shiseido Ultimate Sun Protector Lotion Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ | Full size $25 – $49
- 5 oz/ 15 mL Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen SPF 40, $17 value
Use code FREESHIP to get free shipping all orders.
CLINIQUE Pep-Start Daily UV Protector Broad Spectrum SPF 50 in full size $23
Its 100% mineral formula protects against UVA/UVB rays with SPF 50. It feels weightless and looks better-than-bare on all skin tones. Ideal for a naturally perfected look on those no-makeup days, it also blends flawlessly under makeup.
Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare All-Physical Dark Spot Sun Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 50 in full size $42
Dr Gross Dark Spot Sun Defense SPF50 is a targeted sunscreen product for the face that uses a melatonin defence complex to help combat the sun’s damaging effects on the skin. Formulated with vitamin C and vitamin E, the Dark Spot Defense cream is packed with antioxidants that work to combat the damaging effects of the elements and environment.
I don’t see the price tag for Canadian dollar, Sephora.ca may get one this year but not this particular set. Please share if you have more information.
See Sephora coupons. You can get a free sample bag with your Sephora purchase now.
There are new items in the SEPHORA Rewards Bazaar, you can use Sephora points to redeem for free. Pick two free samples with any purchase (no minimum) here. See Sale page here.
A Quick Sunscreen Buying Guide
Sunscreen is the best anti-aging skincare we must own. If you are prone to breakouts or have sensitive skin, you will likely know from experience that finding the right sunscreen can be a challenging task. Some sunscreens break you out, wear off, leave some ugly white-ish cast, ball up and etc.
How to pick the right one from those with weird labels: SPF thing, PA thing, mineral, chemical or physical thing, UVA, UVB thing? What ingredients in sunscreen to avoid?
I will try to conclude it in a few lines so that we can enjoy the new Sephora Sun Safety Kit together even more!
UVB = Burn (cause sunburn + blocked by window glass)
UVA = Aging (we can’t feel it but it can cause all aging problems + and can pass through window glass)
SPF is an indication for UVB or sunburn protection. Minimum requirement by FDA is SPF 15. American Academy of Dermatology recommends at least SPF 30 (as of June 2016).
Broad-spectrum protection means it will protect against both UVA and UVB rays.
Recently, they will use these terms: Water Resistant (effective for up to 40 minutes in water) or Very Water Resistant (effective for up to 80 minutes in water).
PA followed by plus signs are Japanese rating of the UVA protection of a sunscreen. PA+++ indicates the highest level of UVA protection. PA+ means some UVA protection. North Americas do not have indication for UVA yet. But you can look for the ingredients below.
UVA active ingredients?
Look for zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, avobenzone, Mexoryl SX, butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane, or Tinosorb.
Mineral Vs Chemical?
Classic sunscreens use chemical (non-mineral, traditional, syntactic) active ingredients designed to absorb and dissipate UVA/UVB rays.
Mineral sunscreens use mineral (or physical) active ingredients such as Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide to scatter and reflect UVA/UVB rays.
Sunscreen ingredients options for special needs?
Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are preferred for sensitive skin, rosacea, or children.
People concern about?
May be Retinyl palmitate and Oxybenzone?
(Thanks Source: FDA.gov, EWG.org, AAD.org)
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