Vendor: Trybe Beauty, IncType: Foundations & ConcealersPrice:
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What is it?A 2-in-1 mineral sunscreen foundation with broad spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 protection. SunnyDays evens redness, combats blue light pollution and soothes UV-stressed skin while maintaining a natural finish so your freckles, moles, and real skin can have their moment in the sun! Extra exciting! SunnyDays is the 1st and only complexion makeup with the National Eczema Association’s Seal of Acceptance.Alcohol-free, fragrance-free, + safe for sensitive/problem skin. Dermatologist tested, non-comedogenic, soy-free, gluten-free, vegan + cruelty-free. 14 flexible shades with light-medium buildable coverage and natural finish. No white cast or oxidation.
How do I use it?Use daily as the last step of your skincare to protect with broad spectrum SPF 30 and the first step of your makeup routine for light-medium buildable coverage.Light/Sheer Coverage (to even out redness, discoloration)- Apply with fingertips and blend out.
Medium/Buildable Coverage (to cover blemishes, discoloration)- Tap on with a dampened beauty sponge, foundation or stippling brush. Tap to layer for higher coverage.
Ingredient HighlightsNon-Nano Zinc Oxide: 100% mineral sunscreen filter to help protect from UVA/UVB damage and suitable for sensitive skin.+ Protective and supportive ingredients sourced from California deserts where they thrive in extreme climates.
Prickly Pear: Reparative + helps protects from blue light pollution
White Sage: Anti-inflammatory + helps neutralize free radicals from the sun
Aloe Vera: Soothes and calms UV stressed skin
What else should I know?
14 shades named after all our fave SunnyDay hangouts in Los Angeles! SunnyDays packaging is made from 60% PCR (aka recycled plastic!) to help divert waste from landfills and reduce the end-user responsibility associated with recyclable or compostable materials. protective and supportive ingredients sourced from California deserts where they thrive in extreme climates.