Who wants FREE sunscreen?
I wouldn’t even think about stepping outside without sunscreen on my face, and I have a variety to choose from, depending on what the day has in store. But once I started playing golf and tennis again, I realized one very important option was missing: SPF for when I’m getting my outdoor activity on (i.e. sweating). I knew I needed to step up my sun-protection game when I wiped my face with a towel and I saw my daily tinted go-to wipe right off—and I’m all about protecting the anti-aging results I’ve achieved with my skincare regimen (and dermatologist intervention).
Upon receiving PCA Skin’s Active Broad Spectrum SPF 45, my sunscreen selection was complete. Designed to provide a high level of UVA and UVB protection that can stand up to swimming a sweating for up to 80 minutes, I was worried it would feel thick and heavy (especially when combined with South Florida’s summer humidity—but I was wrong. The lightweight lotion requires virtually no rubbing in before it disappears, and there’s absolutely no greasiness left behind. I can also break a sweat without it running down my arms or legs, and it passed the face test, too. I can layer my AmorePacific Color Control Cushion Compact over it and it’s like it’s not even there.
So if this sounds like a sunscreen you can get on-board with, PCA Skin’s annual #SunworthySelfie contest is back just in time for summer! All you have to do is follow the steps below to be entered to win more than $1,300 in prizes, including a series of professional PCA Skin treatments, over $400 in PCA Skin products, a round beach towel from Vagabond Beach, sunglasses from Solo Eyewear and more! (Get all the contest details here.)
1. Post an outdoor selfie on Instagram.
2. Share how you stay selfie-ready without sacrificing protection.
3. Tag #SunworthySelfie and @PCASKIN.
4. Follow @PCASKIN on Instagram.
5. Make sure your account is public.
6. Visit this link to submit your address for your FREE sunscreen sample!
This contest runs through June 30 at 11:59pm, so get snapping—and good luck!