The UCLA Health System, Cedars Sinai, Johns Hopkins, Washington Cancer Institute, and the Cleveland Clinic all recommend this product for its plummy combination of powerful SPF and effective moisturizing agents. Also, ESPN SportsCenter's Jay Harris personally recommended that we use it. So we did, and found it to be a winning concoction. It goes on thick like a sunscreen, but soon dissipates, leaving the skin feeling both taut and smooth. It uses vitamin E, aloe, olive leaf extract, and an asian herb called gota kola. [$68/3.5 oz.; innovativeskincare.com]
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