June 6, 2016

Cover FX Clear Cover Invisible Sunscreen Hopefully Not Like Wonder Woman’s Invisible Jet

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As a Wonder Woman fan girl it never made much sense to me that her jet was invisible yet Wonder Woman herself was very much visible. WTH? Hopefully the new Cover FX Clear Cover Invisible Sunscreen ($45) is in fact invisible because that jet just gave away Wonder Woman’s whereabouts again and again and again!

This new lightweight, transparent sunscreen contains a broad-spectrum SPF 30. It moisturizes, brightens, and protects skin without the white residue most SPFs leave behind. The gel-like texture melts into skin easily with a non-greasy finish and protects skin with UVA/UVB protection!

Cover FX Clear Cover Invisible Sunscreen

Cover FX Clear Cover Invisible Sunscreen is available now at Sephora.com.


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  • Lauren

    This sounds great in theory, but I’m just not sure why they didn’t go with a higher SPF. I wish it were something like 45-50+, at least. 30 doesn’t seem very protective to me, but that might be because I’m super-fair, so I tend to actually tan (or burn) quite a bit with sunscreens that are only SPF 30.