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If you’ve watched any sunscreen review video, you’re probably familiar with the term “white cast.” It’s a common focus for content creators who evaluate whether a sunscreen leaves a visible white residue on the skin. 

Incorporating sunscreen into your skincare routine is essential. Dermatologists universally advise against skipping this step as it shields your skin from sun-related damage and helps prevent premature aging, skin cancer, and the development of dark spots.

However, finding a sunscreen that doesn’t leave behind a noticeable white residue on your skin can be a challenge. While offering protection, certain sunscreens have the downside of leaving an unflattering and unwanted pale tint on your skin, potentially causing embarrassment or spoiling your look for the day.