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Rihanna Wears Sunscreen – No Matter the Season

by kelly / September, 30 2020 01:30

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Here’s another thing to add to the list of things I love about Rihanna – she believes in wearing sunscreen year-round. Yes, Rihanna delivered one of the best responses when someone questioned why she was wearing sunscreen now that it’s getting colder. For her sunscreen is an everyday thing, no matter the season.

Rihanna Wears Sunscreen To Prevent Wrinkles

So here’s how it went down. A few days ago, Rihanna posted a photo of herself on Instagram with some sunscreen on her face. She was promoting her skin care line of products.

Someone commented “it’s winter now”. To which Rihanna wrote back:

"it's the ignorance for me! You gon have wrinkles if you think spf seasonal! But continue,”

Wow, Rihanna knows how to shut it down! I’m sure that person was surprised to see Rihanna comment and with such sage skin care advice.

So you see, even Rihanna believes that sunblock is your best anti-aging weapon.

Rihanna Believes Sunscreen Is For Everyone

Not only does Rihanna think sunscreen is good for her but she also wants to erase the misconception that wearing SPF is only for certain people.

According to Rihanna:

"Whether it's hot or a grey, winter cold day, those UV rays are always out. I think the biggest misconception with SPF, in particular, is that Black people don't need it…And as a woman of color, I am here to say that's a lie. We need it and we need it every day."

Yes, shout it from the roof tops Rihanna!

Suncare Smarts

We love it when people back the known science around the benefits of sun protection for everyone. And it’s even better when it’s a celebrity because they have such a large platform to share positive and accurate information.

So listen to Rihanna in this instance and apply that sunscreen daily, 365 days a year.

For even more fun sunscreen and skin care news check out our Funnies blog posts.

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