Beauty editors have the very latest products and research at their fingertips, so who better to give us the best beauty secrets on how to look after our skin.
In its latest issue Net-a-Porter Magazine’s Evie Leatham got the lowdown from some of the highest profile beauty editors in the business to find out what they do to protect their skin in the sun.
Here’s a look at some of the best:
Sigourney Cantelo – Beauty Editor for Vogue Australia
Because of high skin cancer rates in Australia, Sigourney takes protection very seriously. She takes a Niacinamide supplement to boost her UVA and UVB resistance from within.
Valerie Zhang – Beauty Director for Vogue China
In China the fashion is for pale skin so high factor protection is vital. Zhang uses Shiseido Urban Environment UV Protector Extra Mild SPF30 because not only does it protect skin from the sun but shields against heavy city pollution.
Christina Han – Beauty Editor for The Cut, New York
Han reminds us that UVA can penetrate glass and cloud so we need to be careful in the summer months and always wear a hat outdoors. She uses Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Sunscreen SPF50+ or Shiseido Extra Smooth Sun Protection Lotion SPF 38 because they absorb without leaving a white residue.
Sally Matthews – Fashion and Beauty Director for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia
Matthews recommends Chanel’s UV Essential Complete Sunscreen SPF50 because it can be applied over or under make-up. She also uses Crème de la Mer’s new Reparative Body Sun Lotion SPF30 because its extra moisture helps to lessen the effect of the dry desert air in Dubai.
Read the article in full on Net-a-Porter: Beauty Sun Secrets
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