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Mara sea kale sunscreen serum sounds really promising, right? Let me tell you more about this sunscreen serum. In my last review, I wrote about Mara Beauty Algae Enzyme Cleansing Oil, feel free to check out that post if you are searching for a cleanser.
Sunscreen is the most important step of the skincare routine. If you do all the steps and do not put on sunscreen there is a chance that all of that is going to waste because there is no moisturizer or serum that can repair the damage that the sun makes.
So you should apply sunscreen religiously if you don’t want all of that money to go to waste.
There are three different formulas of sunscreen: lotion, serum, and oil. Chose one that works for you and stick to it. I can’t emphasize enough how much sunscreen is important.
What do I love about this sunscreen serum?
I prefer sunscreen serum over lotion because it has skincare ingredients that are going to benefit your skin while protecting your skin against UV rays and it is just as effective as lotion.
What I love about this particular one is that it doesn’t leave a white residue, it is lightweight and it has a great combination of ingredients that are going to help your regular skincare routine. It glides across the skin very nicely and without any effort, there is no need to rub it in.
My skin was glowy and I loved it.
Mara sea kale sunscreen serum has SPF of 30, and it should be enough if you apply it the right way- generous amount on areas of the skin that are exposed, and apply it continiously throughout a day.
I think that could be problem for someone with skin that is on the oily side. For those I would recomend using it in cooler temperatures, but dry skin types can really benefit from this product. My skin is on the oily side and I used it when I wasn’t planning to tan, so when doing erands. But folks with dry skin- go for it.
Mara sea kale sunscreen serum is suitable for all skin types and they care about our helath. This sunscreen serum has safe ingredients and it is paraben-free sulfate-free PEG-free GMO-free added color-free, synthetic fragrance-free gluten-free and vegan.
It has neutral smell. Wearing it didn’t give ma a hedache, that sometimes hapens when I put on something that has strong scent.
Mara sea kale sunscreen serum contains:
Quick heads up. Since there are essential oils at the very end of the ingredient list, you should probably avoid it if you have sensitive skin that can not tolerate any essential oils.
A variety of cellular activities that happen in the human body require the mineral zinc, making it a vital component. It is important for healthy skin because it has antioxidant, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.
You can think of it as a shield for your skin because it reflects sun rays protecting skin from UV A and UVB radiations. This is its main function in sunscreens, but it offers other benefits for the skin.
Thanks to its anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties it reduces acne breakouts. It also regulates the production of oil and excess sebum.
Zinc has been shown to prevent clogged pores by regulating the production of keratinocytes (cells that produce keratin and form a barrier between skin and the environment). Too many of these cells can lead to clogged pores.
It fights signs of aging by promoting the formation of collagen and elastin.
Zinc helps your skin to stay hydrated and moisturized.
If you want to learn more about the benefits of this mineral, visit this link. Mara sea kale sunscreen serum contains non-nano zinc oxide (13.22%) which is good stuff. Over the last few years, there has been a lot of controversy about sunscreen, and I am not going to talk about that right now. The important thing is that the Mara sea kale sunscreen serum has safe ingredients.
Yes, that little berry has many benefits for your skin. It makes perfect sense to include it in the skincare product, and we all thank Mara for doing it.
It contains vitamin C which is an anti-oxidant and great for protecting skin from UV damage, which leads to reducing signs of aging. Its anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help with inflammation and redness.
This extremely relaxing marine plant is taken from the salty sea marshes of Northern Europe, where it thrives were the strongest waves impact. The minerals it contains assist to strengthen the skin and lessen sensitivity and redness, especially sunburns.