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La Roche-Posay Anthelios 50 Mineral Sunscreen Fluid

One of the reasons I especially like this sunscreen is that when you shake the container (as directed) before you apply, it makes a satisfying little rattle. There's even a name for it, coined at the Japanese lab where the sunscreens were first produced: "shaka shaka." The sound comes from the small ball bearing that helps emulsify the fluid. Now there's a new "shaka shaka" sunscreen: Anthelios 50 Mineral. It offers broad-spectrum protection in a 100 percent titanium dioxide formula. It's lightweight, there's no residue, it contains no PABA, parabens, or fragrance, and it's water resistant. I tried it (after I got my shaka-shaka thing on, naturally), and though I can't tell you what else I'll be wearing this summer, I know I'll be wearing this. —Valerie Monroe

$32; LaRoche-Posay.US
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