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Of all the Kardashian sisters, Kourtney is the one to look to for most-likely-to-be-clean beauty tips. She’s an avid fan of Manuka honey, and she eats all of those beautifying foods (hello, avocado smoothie) for glowy skin from the inside out. (And if you’ve ever watched Keeping Up with the Kardashians—which, it’s okay, you have—you know Kourtney’s all about that all-things-organic life.)

So it’s no surprise that the eldest of the Kardashian-Jenner siblings is super-savvy when it comes to sun protection—arguably the most important aspect of a solid skin-care routine. Today, the reality star took to her app to share her go-to SPFs—including buzzy mineral-based Drunk Elephant.

Kardashian says she swears by Umbra Sheer Physical Daily Defense Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 30 ($34)—from the clean, wellness world-approved brand that’s also sold at Sephora.

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Photo: Drunk Elephant

The non-toxic sunscreen is full of antioxidants (like algae and grape juice extract) and sunflower sprout extract, which is said to have free-radical-taming, anti-aging powers. Plus, it doesn’t contain any of the endocrine-disrupting ingredients found in chemical-based SPF options. (Yay!)

It also happens to be one of W+G’s editor-tested-and-approved moisturizing face sunscreens, since it offers up hydration and sun protection without leaving any chalky streaks behind.

With celebs like Kardashian, Miranda Kerr, Drew Barrymore, and Gwyneth Paltrow (among others) in on the natural-beauty thing, who could say the clean skin-care movement is slowing down? (Hint: It’s not.)

For more celeb beauty staples, get Kristin Cavallari’s favorite skin-care product for under $10 at Target, and check out the natural beauty cult faves January Jones relies on.  

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