EltaMD's UV Restore Sunscreen Is On Super Sale at Amazon

The brand comes celebrity-approved.

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Winter may be coming and your moisturizer of choice may be a little heavier, but I am here to tell you that yes, you still need to wear sunscreen every day—even if you're not stepping foot outside. And if you're in the market for a new one, allow me to introduce you to the brand that pretty much all of your favorite celebrities and beauty editors swear by these days: EltaMD. Luckily, the brand's bestselling UV Restore Anti Aging Face Moisturizer is on super sale right now on Amazon, so it's the perfect time to pick a tube up for yourself.

Celebrities like Khloe Kardashian and Sydney Sweeney swear by the brand for its massive range of lightweight-feeling sunscreens that won't ever make you look like you're wearing anything. That means that this product won't cause a white cast in photos and won't be the root of dreaded splotchy makeup applications. It's just good, clean protection from the sun.

You can nab it now for only $25.55 as a part of Amazon's ongoing Holiday Beauty Haul event. But you'll need to act fast. Amazon's best-ever deals tend to come and go by the day, and this one won't last long.

The UV Restore Anti Aging Face Moisturizer is a physical sunscreen from the brand that has been designed to be both sensitivity-free and noncomedogenic, so say goodbye to the irritation—or worse, breakouts—that can be caused by incorporating a brand-new sunscreen into your daily routine. Plus, it's free of fragrance, gluten, parabens, and oil. In any case, it's high time you slathered your skin in this stuff to protect it from pesky sun damage. And don't forget the neck, please!

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Julia Marzovilla
Julia Marzovilla

Julia Marzovilla is a New York City-based writer covering all things fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and entertainment. Offline, she’s most likely browsing the web for another pair of black boots or listening to music too loudly—often at the same time.