The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (2024)

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Sunscreen is a necessity for everyone, including those with tattoos, as it protects the skin from the sun’s ultraviolet A and B (UVA and UVB) rays, which cause signs of aging, burns, and cancer. Skincare experts argue that sunscreen for tattoos also helps prevent the ink from fading. “UV exposure can particularly diminish darker colors like dark greens, blacks, and deep purples. Protecting these from UV light helps maintain the vibrancy and clarity of your tattoos,” says celebrity facialist and holistic skin expert Vee Mistry.

After chatting with several skincare experts and one tattooed editor, I put together your quick and easy-to-follow guide on the best sunscreens for tattoos. Some are from brands like Mad Rabbit, which swear they’ll help enhance your body ink, while others are from classic brands we all know and love, like Neutrogena and Coppertone. Best of all, they start at just under-$7, so they make for a perfect self-care gift for your tattooed loved ones. Given the affordable price of these sunscreens for tattoos, you can treat yourself to some of our other gift ideas, like Pedro Pascal and Halle Berry's favorite red light therapy devices.

Best Sunscreens for Tattoos

What to Consider

Our sunscreen experts get real about all things sunscreen for tattoos, including why you should sport SPF after your new ink heals and how to shop for sunscreen, including the differences between chemical and mineral sunscreens and how your skin type determines which SPF is best for your unique needs.

When to Apply Sunscreen on Tattoos

Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Hadley King, M.D., agrees that sunscreen for tattoos is essential, but you should only apply it after 4-6 weeks of letting your fresh ink heal. She recommends wearing sun-protective clothing or a bandage during the healing phase. “Once the skin has fully healed, start using sunscreen on an everyday basis because UV radiation can contribute to fading of tattoo pigments,” she says.

Everyone else should wear sunscreen for tattoos daily to protect their skin from the negative effects of UVA and UVB rays and ensure their tattoos remain vibrant. Dr. Marc Hurlbert, PhD, and CEO of the Melanoma Research Alliance caution that skimping on sunscreen for tattoos is a big skincare mistake.

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"Newly tattooed skin is often inflamed from the tiny punctures from the tattoo needle making the skin sensitive during the healing process. Inflamed skin becomes more vulnerable to the sun, which is why it [is] important to protect your skin, especially in the first few days after getting a new tattoo. Direct sun exposure on a tattoo that is not fully healed can increase the risk of improper healing, odd pigmentation, and fading or uneven ink," Hurlbert explains.

Wear SPF 30 or Higher

SPF stands for sun protection factor. Hurlbert says it measures how much UVB radiation is required to burn protected skin versus the radiation exposure needed to burn unprotected skin. The FDA recommends using at least SPF 15, but our experts and the American Academy of Dermatology prefer SPF 30 or higher. But what does this all mean for you?

"As the SPF increases, your relative protection from sunburn increases too. A sunscreen labeled as SPF 15 will protect your skin from about 93% of UVB rays and SPF 30 blocks about 97%," says Hubler. "The higher the SPF, the more protection it offers up to about SPF 50. After this point, higher SPF ratings will cost more while only providing a slight additional benefit. Don’t be fooled: we almost always get less protection than what is advertised because people tend to use less sunscreen than what is used for testing!"

Prioritize Broad-Spectrum Sunscreens for Tattoos

Hurlbert recommends broad-spectrum sunscreens that protect your skin from UVA rays that cause wrinkles and UVB rays that cause sunburns. Plus, skin cancer is no joke so always wear sunscreen to help prevent this health concern. The experts I consulted agree that the best sunscreen for tattoos is the one you’ll actually wear and reapply. However, the easiest way to ensure you're using broad-spectrum sunscreen is to use mineral sunscreen, which I'll discuss more in the next section. Sunscreens are typically divided into two categories: chemical and mineral sunscreens. See more on that below.

Your Skin Type

Lastly, King suggests considering your skin type to ensure your new sunscreen for tattoos won't irritate or contest your skin type. She advises someone with oily, combination, and acne-prone skin to use a non-comedogenic sunscreen to prevent blackheads and pimples. King, a Harvard and Columbia alumna, advises those with dry or mature skin to use sunscreens that contain hydrating non-active ingredients, like hyaluronic acid and squalane to help support the skin barrier.

How We Chose

After chatting with all three experts, I considered all of the above guidance when selecting sunscreens for tattoos. To simplify your gifting experience, I created a handy key specs section for each featured SPF so you can best narrow in on the best one for you. Additionally, many of these sunscreens are expert-recommended. For example, I recently bestowed the featured best budget buy with a Best New Beauty Award win for its inclusive invisible finish and impressive sun protection. While the best overall suggestion is the go-to SPF for one of my fellow editors. Other sunscreens on this list are loved by King and Mistry, and TBH, I'm adding them all to my shopping cart because they sound that incredible.

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Best Overall

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen

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Pros
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (6)Available in various coverage levels up to SPF 100
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (7)Blends into the skin quick and seamlessly
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (8)Can wear on face, too
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (9)Lightweight, minimal oiliness
Cons
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (10)Skip if you prefer mineral sunscreens

Meet our best overall recommendation from Neutrogena. Not only does Ultra Sheer earn top marks from our team and reviewers, but it also provides impressive broad-spectrum protection and a non-ashy finish. Plus, its cheap price doesn't hurt either, so you can afford to order a few at a time for your entire family. You could even stash extras at your office desk, gym locker, and go-to carry-on bag for upcoming summer adventures.

Notably, Ultra Sheer is the only option available in multiple SPF levels, including SPF 30, 45, 55, 75, and 100. So while I always encourage everyone to reapply sunscreen, if you're not using the adequate amount (a shot glass worth on your face and body) or not applying frequently (every 80 minutes), it helps that you've at least applied SPF 100 coverage earlier in the day.

Our senior editor, Summer Cartwright, has five tattoos and consistently relies on this affordable sunscreen for tattoos. "Whenever I get a new tattoo, my routine stays the exact same no matter the placement: let it heal in the bandages the shop gives, then apply Aquaphor and Neutrogena SPF like it's my job. Skin is particularly sensitive after being tatted, and obviously still healing, so these two products together ensure that the ink remains fresh, free of scabbing, and protected in the sun," she explains.

Cartwright also has an epic pro tip: Keep the full-size, non-comedogenic SPF and Aquaphor at home and carry travel-size tubes of each in your purse so you can reapply for around-the-clock protection.

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Key Specs

SPFFeaturing SPF 75, but there's also SPF 30, 45, 55, and 100
Broad-Spectrum?Yes
FormulationChemical with avobenzone, hom*osalate, octisalate, and octocrylene
Water-ResistantNo
Pros
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (13)Best New Beauty Award Winner
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (14)Zero white cast on all skin tones from deep to fair
Cons
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (15)Can be used on the face and body, but I find it's a little too hydrating for my very oily face

I recently named Every Tone SPF 50 the best sunscreen of 2024 in my inaugural Best New Beauty Awards package, so naturally it's a featured winner in this story, too. This Coppertone sunscreen steadfastly remains my all-time favorite because it's cheap, effective, and compatible with all skin types.

Coppertone squeezes out white, which gave me pause during initial testing, but it immediately blends clear. This invisible finish is especially wonderful because Coppertone doesn't leave behind an ashy look that could cover up your beautiful body ink.

I also had several Hearst staffers with more melanin-rich complexions test this sunscreen, and everyone considered its ability to blend into their skin a major win.

This Best New Beauty Award-winning sunscreen also contains vitamin E, a nourishing antioxidant that prevents free radical damage. I find it helps lock in hydration during the winter months, but isn't super heavy that my skin sticks to my clothes during the hot East Coast spring and summer.

Key Specs

SPF50
Broad-Spectrum?Yes
FormulationChemical with avobenzone, hom*osalate, octisalate, and octocrylene
Water-ResistantYes, for up to 80 minutes

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Best for Healing Sun Damaged Skin

Isdin Eryfotona Actinica Ultralight Emulsion

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Pros
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (17)Lightweight, 100% mineral formula
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (18)There's a Eryfotona Ageless for treating photoaging
Cons
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (19)Relatively small bottle

King's top sunscreen for tattoos is from Isdin, a brand well-liked by many of her fellow board-certified dermatologists. Isdin is the priciest option on our list, but its ultralight formulation melts into the skin without feeling heavy.

Above all, King highlights the combination of 100% mineral broadspectrum coverage paired with DNA repair enzymes to help heal previous sun damage as a major win.

"It's all zinc oxide and it also contains antioxidants and DNA repair enzymes, which means it's actually repairing and protecting at the same time. The texture is lightweight and easy to use," she says about the water-resistant sunscreen.

It also contains antioxidant-rich vitamin E, which is known for protecting the skin against environmental damage that causes premature aging. This Isdin sunscreen also has a sophisticated silky texture that doesn't leave behind a greasy or white finish, so it's the perfect base for your go-to waterproof foundation or body makeup.

Key Specs

SPF50
Broad-Spectrum?Yes
FormulationMineral, with zinc oxide
Water-ResistantYes, for up to 40 minutes

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Best for Sensitive Skin

Blue Lizard Sensitive SPF 50+ Mineral Sunscreen

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Pros
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (22)Smart cap changes colors when it’s time to reapply
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (23)Fragrance- and paraben-free
Cons
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (24)It's harder to blend into the darker skin

Caring for sensitive skin can be tough — I know this struggle all too well. Thankfully, King says this sunscreen for tattoos is ideal for protecting your skin without worrying about potential irritation.

King appreciates that it rubs clear onto the skin and the ingredient list is worthwhile. "It contains aloe vera, shea butter, sunflower seed oil, and vitamin E to nourish the skin. It's non-comedogenic and does not contain parabens or fragrances, making it a good fit for sensitive skin," notes King, who is a clinical instructor of dermatology at Cornell.

Notably, Sensitive SPF 50+ Mineral Sunscreen is twice as sweat- and water-resistant as the original Blue Lizard Sensitive Sunscreen, meaning you can wear this for up to 80 minutes.

Key Specs

SPF50
Broad-Spectrum?Yes
FormulationMineral with zinc oxide and titanium dioxide
Water-ResistantYes, and sweat-resistant for up to 80 minutes

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Best Spray Sunscreen

Coola Organic Mineral Sunscreen SPF 30 Sunblock Spray

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Pros
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (27)Made with 70% organic ingredients
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (28)Fragrance-free
Cons
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (29)Messier than non sprays

We love spray sunscreens for their epic ability to cover large areas and so does King. "[This sunscreen] goes on white and dries quickly to a sheer, dry-touch matte finish on all skin tones, and it's rich in antioxidants," gushes King.

Consider this your no-fail sunscreen for quickly protecting hard-to-reach areas like your back. The fine mist is ideal for someone rocking a back tattoo no matter how small (hi, cute shoulder tat) or large, like Ben Affleck's phoenix rising from the ashes. Of course, you can spray your entire body with this sunscreen, so you won't have to worry about purchasing a separate sunscreen for your chest or legs.

I also appreciate that King recommends the fragrance-free spray sunscreen. Coola makes a popular Peach Blossom version if you prefer scented skincare. FWIW, that version provides SPF 70 coverage, while the featured fragrance-free sunscreen provides SPF 30 coverage. Either way, your body ink will be protected from the sun and you can easily and quickly cover your body.

As a bonus, this spray sunscreen contains a slew of hydrating organic ingredients, like jojoba and coconut oils, along with soothing aloe vera.

Key Specs

SPF30
Broad-Spectrum?Yes
FormulationMineral, with zinc oxide
Water-ResistantYes, but the brand doesn't specify how long

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Best Mineral Sunscreen

Mad Rabbit SPF 30 Tattoo Sunscreen

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Pros
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (32)Doesn't irritate my eczema-prone, sensitive skin
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (33)Makes skin visibly brighter
Cons
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (34)Requires a 15 minute waiting period before sun exposure

Hurlbert argues that you don't actually need a sunscreen that markets itself for tattoos — and as a journalist, I totally understand why. I also don't have any body ink, but I still enjoy using Mad Rabbit's sunscreen for tattoos and feel confident suggesting you purchase it. For starters, the blend of vitamins, antioxidants, and moisturizing botanicals leaves helps my skin feel supple and soft.

I'm obsessed with the inclusion of aloe vera for soothing, lightweight hydration and vitamin C for a long-term brightening effect. There's also carrot extract, which protects against environmental stress and promotes cell turnover for more youthful-looking skin.

I like the lightweight feel, but because it utilizes a mineral active ingredient (zinc oxide), I do need to blend a little harder compared to its chemical counterparts like Neutrogena and Coppertone.

That being said, I don't need to blend as intensely as other sunscreens I've tested in the past, including derm-loved Elta MD. (It is a great brand, but the signature SPF is just not my top choice for anyone with deeper complexions, hence why it's not featured on this list.) In the end, I didn't experience white cast on my caramel skin using Mad Rabbit, but those with deeper skin tones should be proactive about blending to avoid accidental white cast.

Key Specs

SPF30
Broad-Spectrum?Yes
FormulationMineral with zinc oxide
Water-ResistantNo

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Best Splurge

Colorescience Sunforgettable Total Protection Face Shield Glow

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Pros
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (37)Only winner that provides protection against pollution, blue light, infrared radiation, and UVA and UVB rays
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (38)Hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic, and fragrance-free
Cons
  • The Best Editor-Approved Sunscreens for Tattoos That Protect Our Body Ink (39)Limited shade range

Misty's favorite sunscreen for tattoos is the Color Science Glow. "This mineral SPF not only protects against UVA, UVB, and blue light [emitted from smart gadgets], but also contains antioxidants and offers a beautiful iridescence, enhancing the look of tattoos by making them appear glowy," says the Toronto-based skincare pro.

Glow earned its name because it imparts a golden peach tone flattering to all complexions. It has a silky-smooth texture for a luxurious feel and helps protect your skin from photoaging, such as wrinkles and fine lines.

While the radiant, champagne glow factor is alluring, if you want the original, non-glowy finish opt for the Original version. Mistry says anyone who wants to conceal their tattoos for whatever reason, like a job interview or dinner at your grandma's house, can use one of the tinted sunscreens. For example, if you have a deeper complexion or are looking to add some warmth to your complexion (like freshly self-tanned skin), you can use the Bronze version.

Cartwright loves using this tinted SPF on her face instead of foundation for a light, natural look. "I don't have any face tats so can't speak for its ability to protect body art, but I can attest to its incredible quality. I put it on bright and early most mornings and it'll last and stay looking fresh until bedtime. It protects my skin while making it look flawless."

Key Specs

SPF50
Broad-Spectrum?Yes
FormulationMineral with zinc oxide
Water-ResistantYes, and sweat-resistant for up to 40 minutes

Types of Sunscreen

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Mineral

While both chemical and mineral sunscreens are effective, King prefers mineral SPF. They last longer in direct sunlight, naturally offer broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays, and are safer for the environment, including coral reefs. Mineral sunscreens, sometimes called physical blockers, also provide instant sun protection against solar rays. Active mineral SPF ingredients include zinc oxide and titanium dioxide.

Chemical

These sunscreens rub easily into the skin and don’t leave behind a white cast, which is the ashy white, grey, or purple tint onto melanin-rich complexions. They are typically sweat- and water-resistant, so chemical sunscreens are great for those who live an active lifestyle, like swimmers, runners, and tennis players. My biggest tip for someone using chemical sunscreens is to apply early because they de-emulsify, which is a 15 to 30-minute process where the SPF dries down and leaves behind a sun-protective layer. Common active chemical SPF ingredients include avobenzone, hom*osalate, oxybenzone, and octocrylene

Water-Resistant Sunscreen

Water-resistant sunscreen is ideal for daily wear, especially when you swim or sweat often from outdoor exercise or just in general. (Ahem, we all do, especially in the summer, and it's totally fine!) So, what exactly is water-resistant sunscreen? "First thing first, no sunscreen is waterproof. Instead, sunscreens can be rated as water-resistant for 40 or 80 minutes. With water-resistant sunscreens, you’ll still need to pay special attention when swimming or sweating to make sure that you reapply sunscreen as directed, but you won’t need to worry as often," he says.

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Nicole Saunders is the beauty editor at Best Products with over seven years of experience researching, writing, and editing lifestyle content. She specializes in breaking down complicated topics, like high-frequency wands and microcurrent devices, into easy-to-understand guides. She takes great pride in heavily researching and testing featured beauty products, — such as hairdryers and foundations — on our site, and spotlights her all-time seasonal favorites in her quarterly column Best New Beauty. And she tests quite literally thousands of launches for our Best New Beauty Awards package.

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FAQs

What type of sunscreen is best for tattoos? ›

Mineral sunscreens are highly effective at protecting tattoos. They are thought of as being better for your skin and the environment! The FDA recognizes both zinc oxide and titanium dioxide as non-toxic ingredients.

How can you protect the ink within your tattoo? ›

Use sunscreen and moisturizer often.

Always apply sunscreen on your tattoo, especially in the summer, to keep the colors bright. Choose a sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher for best protection. Moisturize your tattoo daily, especially if it's on an area of your body, such as your hands, where it can fade quickly.

Does tattoo sunscreen work? ›

Until your tattoo is fully healed, you cannot apply any type of sunscreen, and it's really best to just avoid exposing the area to any direct sunlight whatsoever. If you plan to be outside in the sun with a new tattoo, then your best and safest protection is to keep the area covered with loose clothing.

Is supergoop okay for tattoos? ›

Supergoop Body Butter SPF 40 Sunscreen

It wouldn't be a sunscreen roundup if we didn't mention one of Supergoop's top-rated formulas. Its Body Butter SPF 40 Sunscreen is perfect for tattoos, thanks to its moisturizer-like texture that goes on as smoothly as your favorite body lotion.

What can I use to protect my tattoo from the sun? ›

Cover the tattoo with clothing or a bandage, and use sunscreen, preferably with mineral screens. Indeed, unlike chemical filters, they block UV rays at the surface of the skin. As your skin has recently been damaged (by the tattoo needle, itching…) the sun can tarnish or degrade your tattoo.

Is zinc oxide sunscreen good for tattoos? ›

It helps to prevent fading and protects your skin from sun damage and premature aging. Zinc oxide sunscreens are an excellent option for new and old tattoos because they are gentle and soothing, making them suitable for sensitive skin.

What color tattoo ink to avoid? ›

Red ink is still the most likely color to cause skin problems. Why? Red tattoo inks are the most likely to cause health complications, including rashes and pseudolymphomas, both symptoms of an allergic reaction.

How do I make sure my tattoo ink is safe? ›

Before using tattoo ink, you should check that it has been sterilized. Leading brands employ a unique process, known as gamma radiation, which helps kill harmful bacteria. Also, make sure that the ink does not contain any toxic ingredients that can cause health problems.

Is Coppertone sunscreen safe for tattoos? ›

This Coppertone sunscreen boasts an SPF 100 with broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection. It's a lovely sunscreen for tattoos, especially if you're spending the day at the beach or pool, especially since it's sweat and water-resistant, as well as heat-resistant.

Will sunscreen stop tattoo fading? ›

Once it's healed, you should always apply a broad-spectrum, fragrance-free sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher directly on your tattoo to stop it from fading. Always choose a sunscreen that is broad-spectrum, which means it protects against both UVA rays and UVB rays, which damage the cell's DNA.

Is Sun Bum sunscreen good for tattoos? ›

Sun Bum Original Sunscreen Spray SPF 50

No, sunscreen won't make your tattoo fade, but forgetting to put on sunscreen will. Sun Bum's SPF 50 spray is a beach must-have, which is exactly why you should have a bottle in every bag and suitcase.

What sunblock is best for tattoos? ›

According to Engelman, the best tattoo sunscreens are mineral sunscreens, which sit on top of the skin and physically block UV rays, rather than chemical sunscreens, which penetrate the skin to absorb UV rays.

What vitamin cream is good for tattoos? ›

Bepanthen Tattoo Aftercare Ointment is dermatologically tested to help heal and protect Tattoos. It contains Pro-vitamin B5 which helps to keep your tattooed skin moisturised and protected. The breathable protective layer provides the moisture level needed to help the skin to regenerate from within.

What creams should not be used on tattoos? ›

DO NOT apply excessive amounts of ointment or lotion. Tattoo should not look “soggy”. DO NOT use products containing Aloe Vera, Alcohol or Cortisone.

Is there UV ink for tattoos? ›

UV tattoo ink is typically made with fluorescent dyes encapsulated in microparticles. This ink may cause irritation, and tattoo artists are divided on whether they consider it safe to use. In contrast, "glow in the dark" tattoo ink made with phosphorus is generally considered toxic.

How long until a tattoo can be in the sun? ›

New tattoos fade very quickly when exposed to sunlight. In addition, if your tattoo has not completely healed yet, exposing the area to sunlight could result in blistering. In general, you should keep a new tattoo completely protected from the sun for at least three to four weeks.

Will one sunburn ruin a tattoo? ›

In extreme conditions, it can distort the lines and coloring of the tattoo. Ink loss and distortion is most likely to occur as a result of a blistering sunburn. In these cases, the dermis may be harmed, causing ink to leak out or break down.

What sunscreen is best for tattooed eyebrows? ›

Mineral sunscreens, containing zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, form a physical barrier on the skin's surface, reflecting and scattering UV rays. They are gentle on sensitive skin and ideal for microbladed eyebrows and PMU as they offer immediate protection upon application.

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