What’s the Best Sunblock for Oily, Acne-Prone Skin?

For those who have oily skin and prone to clogged pores and blemishes, you know firsthand how challenging it can be to find a perfect sunblock or sunscreen that won’t cause you to break out. Because of this, many will skip using sunblock entirely and expose their skin to the damaging UV rays that lead to premature skin aging. The good news is that sunblocks have come a long way and with the popularity of ingredients like micronized Zinc Oxide, now people can find formulas that are lightweight and not greasy.

Enter Renée Rouleau Daily Protection SPF 30. While this has been a best-selling sunblock in my line for many years now and a favorite of those with oily skin and breakouts, I was very excited when the top beauty editors recently gave it rave reviews.

Cosmopolitan Magazine calls Daily Protection SPF 30 “A sunscreen that won’t cause acne. This light-as-a-feather formula is completely greaseless, making it ideal for sensitive, oily/combination skin that’s prone to clogged pores, blackheads and blemishes.” You can read the full review here

Elle Magazine calls Daily Protection SPF 30 “The Best SPF Face Product. Esthetician Renée Rouleau has a cult following, and it’s no secret why: her skin care line works wonders.” You can read the full review here.

Beauty editors are raving about it! If you’ve struggled to find the best and perfect sunblock, I highly suggest you give Daily Protection SPF 30 a try. It has 7% Zinc Oxide and dries to a matte finish. Your oily skin will love it! Read more information about Daily Protection SPF 30 here.

If you have normal to dry skin, you’ll enjoy our all-mineral, chemical-free sunblock Age Defense Moisturizer SPF 30.

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Read: How Do Renée Rouleau Products Compare to Other Skin Care Lines?

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