The easy trick to knowing if you’re using enough sunscreen

If you're using enough sunscreen, a single bottle shouldn't last a whole season. One ounce is the right amount for each application, so a 12-ounce bottle is like 12-servings. That's not a lot! A one ounce “serving” of sunscreen is about enough to fill a shot glass. If you apply the “one-shot” approach to application (head-to-toe) every two hours, and if you're using at least an SPF of 30 (we prefer SPF 50), then you know you're getting enough sun protection.Read More >


Sunscreen pick for active sports

Despite it's reputation as a beach aid, most of us use sunscreen in our everyday life: walking to work, at the pool, or before going for a job. If you're sunscreen disappears as soon as you break a sweat, then consider a sports-specific sunscreen. Neutrogena Ultra Sports Lotion SPF 70 with Helioplex is a lightweight, waterproof sunscreen which is oil- and PABA-free. It won't sweat off, and best of all, it's non-comedogenic, meaning it won't clog your pores.Read More >


Looking for a sunscreen with anti-aging benefits?

There's no reason your sunscreen shouldn't work as hard as you do! Besides blocking broad-spectrum UV rays, many products now contain ingredients that help nourish and repair skin as well. If you're looking for a sunscreen with anti-aging benefits, try... La Roche-Posay's Anti-Aging Primer in SPF 50 It helps skin look instantly luminous with light-reflecting micro-particles.Read More >