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Black Girl Sunscreen Launches New Make It Matte™ SPF 45 Sunscreen For The Face

Make It Matte™ is the newest lightweight gel mattifying sunscreen for the face.

Revolutionary sunscreen brand Black Girl Sunscreen recently launched a new mattifying SPF 45 sunscreen for the face. Make It Matte™ is a lightweight gel formula that doesn’t leave a white residue, has an easy rub in application and is vegan, cruelty free and reef safe. What makes it different from the original Black Girl Sunscreen is that it has a higher SPF of 45 compared to 30 and was made for those with oily skin in mind. In addition, rather than a tube it comes in an elevated matte airless pump component with secondary packaging.

Make It Matte™ SPF 45 was recently launched on January 2nd, 2021 after being teased on Instagram just in time for the new year. The mattifying sunscreen is formulated with aloe to soothe skin, shea butter to moisturize, squalene to help fight free-radicals, and coconut oil for antimicrobial properties. All of these ingredients are cruelty free and vegan all while being free of fragrance, oxybenzone and octinoxate. Being free of oxybenzone and octinoxate is great for the environment and users as it can be worn in the ocean without killing the coral reefs and marine life.

Make It Matte™ SPF 45 is a revolutionary game changer for Black Girl Sunscreen’s product line as it caters to those with oily skin by mattifying while protecting the skin. Make It Matte™ SPF 45 was available for pre-order on and is already sold out. Orders will begin shipping on January 22nd and will soon be sold in select Target stores and online at The official Make It Matte™ SPF 45 campaign can be found on Instagram at @BlackGirlSunscreen and driven by the hashtags #MakeItMatte and #ProtectTheMelanin. Make It Matte™ SPF 45 is a necessity for all people of color especially those with oily skin as it’s a daily essential for staying matte and as always staying moisturized and protected.

About Black Girl Sunscreen

Black Girl Sunscreen was founded in 2016 by Shontay Lundy in the sunny state of Florida. After searching tirelessly for a sunscreen for black women, she decided to take matters into her own hands and create Black Girl Sunscreen. The ultimate goal is to inspire, educate, moisturize, and protect people of color in the sun. Black Girl Sunscreen shuts down the myth that melanin is enough to protect people from the sun, when that is simply not the case. Now is the time to make the black community aware and ensure that everyone is staying moisturized and protected.

For more information, follow Black Girl Sunscreen on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. #BlackGirlSunscreen

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