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Your mom always told you to apply sunscreen before leaving the house, but if you’re spending most of the day indoors at work, slathering on SPF 70 in addition to your makeup feels like a lot. And while none of these products are meant to completely replace good old-fashioned sunscreen, they do offer some protection and streamline your routine (so you’re less likely to skip it altogether).

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Sephora

Origins Mega-Bright SPF 30 Oil-Free Moisturizer

This moisturizer uses potent antioxidants (like chestnut rose and peony extract) to repair past damage and prevent future sunspots from appearing. The super lightweight formula never feels too sticky or heavy—even on the hottest days.

Origins ($53)

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Sephora

Clarins UV PLUS Anti-Pollution SUNSCREEN TINT SPF 50

Start things off right with a foundation that not only blocks UV rays but also protects against free radicals, smog and pollution to preserve your summer glow all year round.

Clarins ($45)

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Peter Thomas Roth

Peter Thomas Roth Mineral Brush-On BRONZER SPF 30

We’re always in favor of sporting a faux glow, but a bronzer that also protects our skin? That’s a win-win. Apply to your cheekbones and around your temples for a just-back-from-vacation vibe.

Peter Thomas Roth ($35)

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Sephora

Too Cool For School Dinoplatz Cheek Blusher SPF 30

A little color on your cheeks is lovely—except when that color is sunburnt red. This cream blush gives you a perfectly dewy flush, while also shielding your skin with SPF 30.

Too Cool For School ($39)

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Bare Minerals

BARE MINERALS 5-IN-1 BB ADVANCED PERFORMANCE CREAM EYESHADOW SPF 15

Unless you're Anna Wintour, rocking sunglasses 24/7 isn't a realistic game plan for protecting the delicate skin around your eyes. Give your lids a swipe of this cream shadow and blend with your fingertips to stay safe and look fly.

Bare Minerals ($19)

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Sephora

Sephora Collection Rouge Balm SPF 20

Who said sun protection had to be basic? This triple-threat lipstick gives your pout a pretty pop of color, while also moisturizing and blocking UV rays. It comes in 8 shades (though we’re partial to this tomato red).

Sephora Collection ($13)

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Kate Somerville

Kate Somerville UncompliKated Makeup Setting Spray SPF 50

Use this UV-blocking mist as a finishing step to keep your makeup from melting and your skin from burning. Reapply throughout the day without having to worry about messing up the cat eye that took you four tries to perfect.

Kate Somerville ($38)

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Spring

Christophe Robin Moisturizing Hair Oil with Lavender SPF 6

Don’t forget your ‘do. Apply a dollop of oil to your strands before leaving the house to give dry ends a boost of shine and protect your color from fading.

Christophe Robin ($47)

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Nordstrom

Deborah Lippmann Rich Girl Hand Cream SPF 25

Most of us forget to apply sunscreen to our hands before driving, which leads to some awkward tans (and sun spots as we age). Luckily, this lush cream is as protective as it is hydrating and doesn’t feel too slick.

Deborah Lippmann ($28)

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