There’s more than one way to get SPF.

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There’s more than one way to get your SPF, so why not layer it on like you do with skin­care? Bend Skin­care Anti-Aging For­mula ($80) sup­ple­ments de­liver some ex­tra UV pro­tec­tion thanks to an­tiox­i­dants zeax­an­thin and lutein, which neu­tral­ize free rad­i­cals gen­er­ated by sun ex­po­sure. Af­ter you’ve ap­plied foun­da­tion, mist Kate Somerville Un­com­pliKated SPF Soft Fo­cus Makeup Set­ting Spray SPF 50 ($62), which is in­fused with hy­drat­ing hyaluronic acid. When reap­ply­ing sun­screen ev­ery two hours isn’t pos­si­ble, Colore­science Sun­for­get­table Brush-On Sun­screen SPF 30 ($73) de­liv­ers pro­tec­tion in min­eral-pow­der form for touch-ups through­out the day. On their own, these prod­ucts aren’t enough to pro­tect you from the sun—you still need to wear a broad-spec­trum sun­screen with a min­i­mum of SPF 30 for that, says Dr. Nowell Sol­ish, a Toron­to­based cos­metic der­ma­tol­o­gist. But con­sider these your lit­tle UV-ray in­sur­ance poli­cies.

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