Lo Bosworth’s $16 ‘Secret’ to Youthful Skin

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Lo Bosworth, 37, has unveiled her secret to skin that looks as plump and radiant as a toddler’s, and while it’s not groundbreaking, it is essential. The former reality star turned entrepreneur recently responded to a TikTok comment praising her youthful glow. In her response, she made a video elaborating on her sun safety philosophy and the SPF product she swears by—and lucky for us, it only costs $16.

“It’s gotta be a lot of sunscreen every day,” the Love Wellness founder replied. “My mom told me I needed to start wearing sunscreen when I was 15 and it was about that age that I stopped sunbathing as well. I’ve been under the umbrella ever since, slathering on the SPF.”


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She then showed fans which SPF she’s currently using: the TikTok-famous Beauty of Joseon Sunscreen. “It’s incredible,” she continued. “You can actually get it around your eye area and if you get it in your eyes, it doesn’t sting your eyeballs.” The formula has gone viral on social media recently for its lightweight and velvety texture that doesn’t leave a white cast on the skin.

Bosworth is in good company when it comes to using this sunscreen, as dictated by the comments. “Beauty of Joseon is the best sunscreen!” one follower wrote. “Can confirm it doesn’t bug your eyes and is so lightweight!” Another wrote: “I swear by this sunscreen! And prefect under makeup.”

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Bosworth’s message couldn’t be more timely. Currently, there’s a concerning trend of individuals, including Kristin Cavallari, who are skeptical about the importance of sunscreen.

However, New York dermatologist Heidi A. Waldorf, MD, strongly disagrees. As she previously told NewBeauty, “Neither the dangers of the sun nor the importance of sunscreen are controversial. There is a wealth of irrefutable data proving the dangers of sun exposure and the important protective value of sunscreen. Sun exposure is the primary cause of skin cancer, wrinkles and skin discoloration, and it suppresses the immune system.”

In her podcast episode on the subject, Cavallari pointed out that people hundreds of years ago didn’t wear sunscreen. However, Omaha, NE dermatologist Daniel Schlessinger, MD, explained to NewBeauty, “People used to spend all their time outdoors and in the sun, but until the 1900s they also never lived past their forties, so they never saw skin cancer develop.”

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