Best Sunscreens of 2022

August 27, 2022

Best Sunscreens of 2022

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1 Aveeno Protect + Hydrate Lotion Sunscreen With SPF 60

Aveeno Protect + Hydrate Lotion Sunscreen With SPF 60

Moisturize and protect your skin from the sun with Aveeno Protect Hydrate face sunscreen lotion. From Aveeno, A dermatologist- brand for over 65 years, This weightless sunscreen lotion contains SPF 60 to protect your face From harmful UVA and UVB rays and combat sun-induced radicals that accelerate skin aging.
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2 Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen, Sensitive SPF 30+

Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen, Sensitive SPF 30+

Designed with dermatologists, BLUE LIZARD Australian Sunscreen’s mineral Sensitive sunscreen provides head-to-toe sun protection. The SPF 30+ formula starts with Zinc Oxide to provide true broad spectrum protection from 97% of the sun’s burning rays. Sensitive contains no skin-irritating chemical sunscreen ingredients, no parabens and no fragrances.
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3 Neutrogena Healthy Defense Daily Moisturizer SPF 50

Neutrogena Healthy Defense Daily Moisturizer SPF 50

Keep your skin healthy and youthful with Neutrogena Healthy Defense Daily Moisturizer with Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Sunscreen. Specially formulated with antioxidants and vitamin E, this everyday facial moisturizer hydrates and prevents sun damage to your skin.
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4 Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen SPF 55

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen SPF 55

Get powerful sun protection without the heavy finish with Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen. This lightweight Broad Spectrum SPF 55 sunscreen lotion with Dry-Touch technology absorbs fast for a clean, ultra-light feel and non-shiny finish.
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5 Sun Bum Mineral SPF 50 Sunscreen Face Stick

Sun Bum Mineral SPF 50 Sunscreen Face Stick

It’s hard to find a stick sunscreen that rubs in clear, but this one earns a stamp of approval from Dr. Woolery-Lloyd. The silky, lightweight formula has a matte finish, and the packaging is perfect for on-the-go use.
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6 CeraVe Hydrating Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50

CeraVe Hydrating Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50

Developed with dermatologists, CeraVe Hydrating Sunscreen Face Lotion provides broad-spectrum protection with 100% mineral sunscreen that reflect the sun’s damaging UVA/UVB rays. This lightweight formula provides all day hydration with three essential ceramides that help restore the skin’s natural barrier and lock in moisture long after.
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How to choose (and use) the best sunscreen for your skin

The best sunscreen for your face is the one you apply consistently—it’s the sure-fire way you can protect your skin against cancer and premature wrinkles. An SPF for your body will work the same way on your face, but they can feel heavy and slick. Especially for those with sensitive or acne-prone skin, mineral-based formulas will reduce the risk of irritation or clogged pores. (Check out our top sunscreens for acne-prone skin.)

Some other tips to follow when you’re shopping for sunscreen are:

✔️ Look for broad spectrum on the label: This ensures your SPF protects against both harmful UVA and UVB rays. (UVA rays prematurely age skin and UVB rays burn; both can cause skin cancer.) Our experts recommend choosing SPF 30 or higher.

✔️ Go for water-resistant options: Even if you won’t be jumping in for a swim, a water-resistant sunscreen will stay on longer while you’re sweating. If you are doing extensive outdoor activity, choose an SPF of 50 or higher to ensure you stay protected, recommends Henry W. Lim, M.D., past president of the AAD.

✔️ When in doubt, choose lotions: They’re easy to apply generously and evenly—which is key in order for them to work effectively. If you use a stick sunscreen, it requires at least four swipes on each area of your skin to get the job done. On the other hand, many “sprays are inconsistent” Dr. Ploch says. If you opt for a spray, be sure to apply an even coat and rub in well.

✔️ Formula matters: Physical or mineral sunscreens (made with zinc oxide or titanium dioxide) sit on top of the skin and deflect UV rays, while chemical sunscreens (made with ingredients like oxybenzone or avobenzone) work by absorbing them. If your skin is sensitive or acne-prone, mineral sunscreens are typically your best bet, says Dr. Markus. Plus, they’re a great option if you prefer a more “natural” product (they’re reef-safe!). “All that said, there is no denying that the chemical sunscreens are more transparent, which sometimes trumps everything. It’s really a personal choice more than anything,” he says.

✔️ Rub it in well: “Apply the amount of sunscreen you can rub in first,” says Dr. Waldorf. “Let it sink in, then apply a second time. That’s the easiest way to get the full recommended amount of sunscreen to ensure you get the protection on the label.” Ideally, you want to apply a shot glass-sized amount to your whole body and you should always reapply every two hours and after swimming or sweating.

Your top sunscreen questions—answered!

How do I choose the best sunscreen for my kids?

Your babies and kids have thinner skin, meaning they’re more prone to irritation from chemical ingredients. Choose mineral-based SPF lotions and apply them liberally. It’s important to note that both both the AAD and the Skin Cancer Foundation recommend keeping your infant out of the sun (and avoiding sunscreen if you can) if he or she is less than six months old. Instead, opt for sun-protective clothing—like pants, hats, and sunglasses—to avoid premature sun damage. Check out our top sunscreen picks for kids.

How often should I reapply sunscreen?

The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends applying sunscreen 30 minutes before heading outdoors. Aim to apply a shot glass-sized amount to your whole body, reapplying the same amount every two hours. It’s also crucial to reapply immediately after you go for a swim, sweat heavily, or dry yourself off with a towel.

How can I tell if my sunscreen is expired?

Like any other skincare product, sunscreen has an expiration date. If one is not listed on the product, write the date of purchase on the bottle—it should maintain its original strength for at least three years, per the FDA’s standards.

However, your sunscreen can actually go bad before this time, especially if it sits in the heat or direct light (very likely!). Any changes in formula—funky smells, colors, or texture—should be your sign to toss it. Using an expired sunscreen is risky and can increase your risk of sunburn and skin cancer.

Do people with darker skin tones need sunscreen?

Yes. People with darker complexions still need to apply sunscreen to prevent skin cancer and hyperpigmentation. Many sunscreens, however, are notorious for leaving white streaks. To find a melanin-friendly formula, check out our top sunscreens for darker skin—all approved by dermatologists of color.

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