6 Sunscreens You'll Love Even if You're Very Particular
Fine, be fussy—just don't be stubborn. We've found sunscreen formulas to please even SPF-phobes. And remember: "Rain or shine, UV rays can pass through ozone, clouds, and windows," says Peter Lio, an assistant professor of clinical dermatology at Northwestern University. So shields up, people! We've rounded up the best sunscreens for every single reason you may not be applying SPF every morning.
If You're Equally Concerned About Getting A Glow
Vita Liberata Self Tan Dry Oil SPF 50 is a marula-oil-infused liquid that adds a hint of tint, in addition to SPF 50.
If Many Formulas Leave Your Skin Looking Ashy
Try La Mer The SPF 50 UV Protecting Fluid. This sheer antioxidant-packed InStyle editors' pick to avoid a telltale cast.
If You Hate Touching Up Midday
The applicator of Brush On Block By Susan Posnick Family is preloaded with a powder containing mineral sunblockers, so you can swipe over makeup anytime you need to reapply.
If Most Sunscreens Make You Break Out
If You Often Forget To Put On SPF In The A.M.
Yes, you can wash on a bit of protection, says N.Y.C. dermatologist Joshua Zeichner: The ray-blocking molecules in Dr. Russo Sun Protective Day Cleanser SPF 30 bind to skin.
If Waxy Lip Balms Dull Your Beauty Look
Slick on Supergoop Shine On Lip Screen SPF 50. This clear glosser solo or over your lipstick for a shielding sheen.