Summer's nearly over, but that doesn't mean it's time to put away the sunscreen. Ultraviolet rays can damage skin on the face any time of the year. Shu Uemura's UV Armor sun protector face cream (HK$290/40ml) has an SPF 50 PA +++ rating and can be used daily. It has a light texture and is easily applied over moisturiser without feeling or looking greasy. It blocks both UVA and UVB rays, meaning it prevents skin pigmentation and wrinkles. The best thing about it is it doesn't smell or feel like a sunscreen. Available at Shu Uemura stores and counters. Lavera's Anti-Ageing Sun Milk (HK$179/30ml) is a moisturiser, anti-ageing cream and sunblock all in one. It's 100 per cent organic and free of synthetic ingredients. The cream is thick and doesn't absorb entirely, leaving a thin white film on the face. Applying over a moisturiser makes things easier, but it isn't a great base for foundation. Available at ThreeSixty stores. Sesha's Repair/Protect (HK$550/30ml) is a moisturiser and sunscreen for sensitive skin. It contains agave extracts, which the company claims soothes skin, reduces sunburn and increases collagen production. The cream leaves skin soft and supple. The only downside is the lower SPF30 rating. Sesha is available at Skinic, 11/F, First Commercial Building, 33 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay. Lancome's UV Expert Bright Eyes (HK$250/15ml) is a sunscreen to be used around the eyes. Quite thick in texture, the cream is slightly tinted and makes for a great base under concealer. It's about the same consistency as most eye creams and is best applied by lightly dabbing around the contours of the eyes. Available at Lancome counters.