The Ultimate Guide to Sunscreen

Hey bunnies! It’s summma time! Are you wearing an efficient sunscreen? This video will guide you along the way on to finding your ultimate sunscreen. Good luck and don’t burn out there! xoxo Mish

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sunscreens in this video
Algenist Ultra Lightweight UV Defense Fluid SPF 50
Coola Sunscreen SPF 30 Cucumber Matte Finish
3LAB ‘Perfect’ Sunscreen SPF 55 PA+++

Music by Marie Digby “Your Love”

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Allen Abreu says:

spf 50?

Charles Lin says:

This is only like 1m views, which imo is quite unfortunate. I know way too many people in life that don’t wear sunscreen, and they are quite oblivious to the DAMAGE they are already suffering from the sun.

Vyeyllah says:

Sunscreen on my face makes my eyes burn. I can’t where sunscreen on my face now. I tried to get it away from my eyes but even on my body, it is still burning my eyes

Alan Carreto says:

Wait does sun screen still let you tan?

cance7984 says:

A higher SPF does not mean that you apply sunscreen less often. SPF simply shows how much protection you are getting. Take an SPF 15, for instance. It gives you 15 times the protection your skin normally gives you. Apply sunscreen at least once every two hours, more often if you swim.

PrincessMillie says:

And I live in England.

Daniel Maxter says:

FALSE! UVA causes cancer. UVB prevents cancer!!! Dumb idiots! Avoid sunscreens like hell!!!!

Clara Linnea says:

Im a redhead and must wear sunscreen even when the sun is hiding behing clouds!

Bela G says:

i think sunblock is better

iLuvNiam says:

Michelle’s makeup tutorial for this look was removed sigh so many of my favorite tutorials are gone 🙁

Maya Burgos says:

I live in Hawaii for another year and have to use sunscreen AND moisturizer combined daily because the sun dries up my skin a lot. -_-

Trisha 11 says:

i got sunscreen body lotion.. but it has no spf written on it. It says it provides 3 layer protection and it has natural aloe Vera with UV filters. I don’t get it. Is it worthy and should it throw it??

Beauty Blossom says:

I want to ask can we mix a little bit of foundation with suncreen? Does it break the fomula of suncreen ( make suncreen useless )

Sang Dang says:

What about when you’re wearing makeup and wanna touch up your face sunscreen during the day without ruining your makeup or irritated your skin? Any recommendations

TheSheepLover says:

This is so wrong.

Michael Cheng says:

the spf gauge is wrong.. omg

Djoudie Alexander says:

but over using sunscreen causes skin cancer cause these sunscreen blocks the toxics in our bodies that try to release right on the skin
so the sunscreen must be natural to actually get the benefits
anyway the sun gives us vitamin D wich is good for the skin so don’t over use sunscreen as well

HeyIt'sBecca says:

Thank-you for this amazing video Michelle! As a person with skin that looks and is considered to be type one, and has sensitive skin, this video has helped me out a huge amount! (At the time of this comment being posted) It’s early spring here in the UK and the sun has finally shown itself, so Time to don my light clothes I guess! Sun cream is a savior for me as even the winter sun can lead me to burn :(. Thank-you miss phan!

Jinyoung's Milkmaid says:

how often would u have to reapply the sunscreen if you’re staying indoors or outside on a very cloudy day? because every two hours would explode my purse 🙁

Suga stole the Jams like Jungkook's undies says:

When i was little i would spend long amounts of time in the sun while in a swimming pool. I got extremely tan and my skin became patchy and discolored. I would also get rashes. My dad said there’s no need for sunscreen because there are people who work in fields without wearing sunscreen. I wear sunscreen everyday now. I was in the sun applying my sunscreen on one arm and i can feel the sun rays not directly hitting my arm and the other one already felt like it was being fried.


Lola Ball says:

Even wearing spf 50+ I still burn to a crisp even when I reapply literally every hour and I live in the uk. The hottest it almost ever is is 20 degrees celcius. work out the farenhiet because I have no idea.

Zara Murray says:

I really want to wear sunscreen and protect my skin my my mother won’t let me as she says there are too many chemicals in them, can anyone help?

Maria Puspita says:

when are you applying sunscreen? after toner and moisturizer?

Dreamer says:

I want to wear sun-cream, but it’s either getting one that’s nivea… or getting one that’s Korean XD

slutline bling says:

Michelle looks like eunji in the thumbnail

Paul Etchian says:

soooo am guessing it’s only for pale skin people right?

Sean RobinsonJR says:

I just don’t get it. The same thing can give you skin cancer is the same thing that makes you tan.
Sunblock protects you from everything which means = no risk of skin cancer but also no tan. This is perfect for the people that doesn’t care about being tan and don’t want the risk of getting skin cancer.

Sunscreen: For the people tan wants to get tan and is going to spend a lot of time in the sun. I agree that if you are going to spend a lot of time tanning because you like it or whatever, you should use sunscreen. That’s because you are getting exposed by the sun for a long period of time.

Not use anything: For the people that wants to get tan, but don’t want to spend to much time tanning. What sunscreen does is just to let some of the sun get to your skin. This means that tanning is slower but you can spend more time in the sun.
If you want the same result without using sunblock/sunscreen you just spend less time in the sun.

So why is so important to use sunscreen? Is it really that bad to not use anything if you want to get tan fast and not spend to much time in the sun? All that sunscreen does is to slower down the tanning time because it doesn’t let all the sun into the skin. Which means you can spend more time tanning.

I personally don’t like tanning and I only do it to get tan. I know it sounds obvious, but some people just enjoy relaxing in the hot sun. I rather not use anything and I go quick back inside if I’m in the sun for to long.

McInHeather says:

I honestly wish more people took sun protection more seriously. It can save your life and stop you having a 3 inch scar like me! I use SunSense and it’s amazing! it’s made in Australia, I get it on prescription because I had skin cancer (melanoma) but I’m all clear for now though! But I am the mother of all my friends telling them to wear factor 50 sun cream! 🙂

Evi Sriyanti says:

not all ppl realize the importance of using sun cream as their sun protector of skin

Adrián Cavazos says:

this is a terrible vídeo! spf makes litt le to no difference as long a itis higer than 20 or 30. Any active ingridient Will fade away in 2 hr of SUN EXPOUSURE, so It Will last in a normal office day. an SPF 110 Will block 94% UV rays and SPF 20 90%. fda Will now forbid lables with spf numbers higher than 50+ bc of how misleading It is. the vídeo is beautiful but the girl dumb

Myiphone5 says:

You’re cute, thanks for the vid :3

Iqraaa K. says:

Can we wear both physical and chemical sunscreens at the same time?☀️☀️☀️

Thị Hồng Phúc Trần says:

l’m afraid that sunscreen can enlarge my pores :'(

Teresa Cao says:

does anyone have any recommendations for acne-prone skin?

Emily Aguirre says:

does anyone know a good sunscreen or sunblock that can protect for being outside for 4 hours in the 100 degree heat because marching band..

Masi Hazrati says:

suncreen or sunblock? ?which one is bether for sun

Hana Shaheen says:

I tried some sunscreens and all of them left my skin greasy.. Is there any product I can use to keep my skin not greasy? My skin type is combination and acne prone.

Anjali Malhotra says:

This is completely misleading. No product can protect you for more than 2 hours. SPF has nothing to do with the duration of effectiveness of sunscreen. This kind of misinformation could cause skin cancer.

Also if you have dark skin, you have more melanin which means you are more sensitive to skin spot darkening and so you need SPF at least as much as people with fair skin.

steph stephy says:

Wait what is PA ..never heard of it before. my sunscreen is spf50+ then it’s written BOTH UVB AND UVA but the UVA IS CIRCLED what does that mean omg

Chumki Dutta says:

Thank you,for this beautiful video.very informative. But can you tell me some name of sunscreen for sensitive and oily skin,which I have. I am 23 years old ,fair skin type and I am having medium of sun exposures in daily basis.

Elli Incha says:

You forgot the SPF that I use SPF 110

Cute little things says:

I really loved the video well my skin us really dry and sensitive skin I have used a lot of different products to see which works for my and I found my skin reacted to only natural ingredient products such as you can herbal products can you recommend any kind of herbal / natural sunscreens for dry and sensitive skin please please please.

Delà De La Reconnaissance says:

The sun is not your enemy. Vitamin D deficiency is on the rise. More people than ever are getting all types of muscle disorders and mental illnesses from the lack of vitamin D. Dark skin races don’t necessarily need much sun screen because of their melanin. Too much of anything can be a bad thing. That being said, enjoy being outside, and humans weren’t made to constantly be lathering on sun screen and staying indoors. Just know when enough is enough.

MyHeart Productions says:

What about SPF 60?!?!?!?!!

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