When Mike works late I’m left to my own devices for dinner. I say the reason I default to pasta is due to my Italian ancestry, but actually I just find it incredibly easy and I’m an incredibly lazy cook. In all honesty if I had to cook for myself these days I’d end up being an involuntary vegetarian because, though I don’t dislike eating meat, I truly dislike cooking it. So everything I make tends to be meatless. Likely another factor in why Mike is the cook around here.
Despite my best efforts of choosing primers and bb creams with SPF in them, I still found myself coming home from a summer’s walk through the city somewhat rosy. All last year, and the year before, I constantly “let it happen,” however even slight sunburn can leave dark spots as you get older. And I’m beginning to see the real effects of casual sunburns. I needed a real sunscreen for the weekends.
I received Skinfood’s Tomato Wrinkle Sun Cream care of Yesstyle.com. I started using it a few weekends ago and really like it. I had good results with Skinfood’s Tomato Spot Serum already so felt confident with this series.
It feels lightweight, absorbs quickly, layers under makeup well, and doesn’t cause acne. It goes on more like a primer than a facial sunscreen. Plus it works. The times I’ve forgotten to wear it out on the weekend I’ve come home with a bit of a burn.
I was able to compare it to another of Skinfood’s sunscreen, “Carrot Sun Cream.”
It was a sample size. Worked great, however, it was thicker and more “sunscreen-like.” Which is good for a day at the beach or hiking in the mountains. I have products for those activities already.
This was more about finding a better “daily wear” sunscreen and the Tomato Wrinkle one really fit my needs. Very happy.