Autumn is on the Cows if You are going to act like a Turd go lay in the Pasture shirt and I will buy this horizon, and the change of season serves as an impetus not just to swap out featherweight sundresses for a crisp blazer and jeans (or maybe sweatpants), but also to recalibrate your beauty regimen. And while nabbing a new shimmering bronze eyeliner or amped up mascara feels like a natural top priority—and for good reason—it’s essential to continue shielding yourself from the UV rays you’ve been skirting this summer. “The effects of sun exposure are cumulative and it’s absolutely essential to wear sunscreen all year long,” explains New York City dermatologist Whitney Bowe, M.D.. “Every day counts.”
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Fall days may not seem as bright, but the Cows if You are going to act like a Turd go lay in the Pasture shirt and I will buy this sun’s rays penetrate through clouds, as well as car and house windows—contributing to fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, and, eventually, sagging, says Bowe. But while wearing sunscreen everyday is non-negotiable, you can be a bit more flexible when it comes to selecting the right one for the season and your particular needs.