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  • Lori Micheli

Time to Reapply

Like most people, I love the sun. I love to get tan. I am Italian and have dark skin like my dad. Growing up I was always complemented on my skin color and the darker I got the better. Nowadays I have to be very careful in the sun because of my bone marrow transplant. It's called GVHD. Graft versus Host disease. This is when the body rejects the donors cells. I received my cells from my brother and because we were a perfect match, thank you God, my odds are slightly lower...I say that lightly. I still have to be very careful. When I speak with my brother he always tells me to stay out of the sun. I think this is his way of telling me he cares for me :) Cancer or no cancer we need to protect our skin from the sun and why not do it with a product that has eliminated so many harmful chemicals.

Let's take a look at my summer picks.

Countersun has a 30 SPF, UVA and UVB protection and water resistant. Also comes in a mist. What I love most about Beauty Counter is they have eliminated 1500 chemicals from their products. It's called the Never List and that is why it's on my list.

If you are not a sun goddess but want to look like one, Countersun tinted is for you. Countersun is a tinted sunscreen that comes in two shades. Light-Medium and Medium-Deep. Click to on the link to learn more.

If you have any questions about Beauty Counter products, please send me an email, shop My Favorite Things or click the links provided to order. Thanks for reading and have a great summer!

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