Emma McCabe | 

Cerave Tinted Mineral Sunscreen: 4 Bottles for $30 on Amazon ($7.66 Each)

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4 Cerave Sunscreen
As low as$30.63$63.96(52% off)
Price Summary
As low as $7.66 each
Stack Amazon promotions to save big on the popular Cerave tinted mineral sunscreen. This deal’s available for two days only, so shop now while it’s available.

This Cerave sunscreen is included in two different Amazon promotions:

Buy four bottles to qualify for both offers. Your $5 discount will automatically apply at checkout, and you’ll receive a $10 Amazon credit via email within one day of your purchase. For the best deal possible, check out using Subscribe & Save to score an extra 5% to 15% off of your purchase. You’ll pay as little as $30.63 after all savings apply, or $7.66 per bottle.

Not sure if this is worth spending your money on? Read over what Amazon reviewers thought about this sunscreen:

“This tinted moisturizer is a little bit darker than my skin tone, I am usually at the lightest end of a foundation color scale. With that being said, it adds a little bit of color to my pale face. It is easy to put on, it’s a little thicker than my normal foundation, but it blends easily. I have good skin with little to cover up, maybe a little red around my nose, but this product covers fine. It does leave a little shine and I prefer a matte finish to my skin, so I just dust a little powder over it. I like the simpleness of not having to moisturize separately from my foundation, it’s just a quick timesaver on the weekend when you don’t want to get into an elaborate makeup routine.”

“I like the coverage it provides without that whitish, ashy look that other mineral sunscreens give you. However, it does go on kind of greasy feeling and I found it will dry after several minutes and that goes away. It still feels like it’s sitting on top of your skin, because it is, and it tends to transfer slightly to any fabric that brushes my face, so I have to be careful with collars and such. The reality of a mineral vs chemical sunscreen is this: it doesn’t absorb on purpose so it will feel a little different at first. I use it only on my face because it’s pricey, but it does a good job and suits my purpose. I bought it for protection following a chemical peel and it’s done the job well. Will purchase again.”

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