Neutrogena offers an amazing array of sunscreens (seriously, go look), and as an ambassador, I've had the privilege to try out several. There's a reason they're the #1 Dermatologist-Recommended Suncare brand. Today I'm sharing a few that I've really liked, and maybe you will too! If you don't like that sunscreen feel (I can't stand that greasy feeling on my hands) you will love my choices today. See what sunscreen is right for you:
Wet Skin--Every weekend you can find me at the pool, and since I'm constantly in the water, I like the Neutrogena Wet Skin Suncreen. This works well at the beach or in humid climates (hello, The South). It can be applied on dry or wet skin, and if guys in your life are reluctant to put on sunscreen (nearly 50% admit they forget sunscreen), they need to try this! They have several versions, including one for kids.
Water+ Sun--If a stick version is more your style, the Neutrogena BEACH DEFENSE® Sunscreen Stick. It's hands-free and convenient, making it nice for outdoor skin protection. I make sure to apply it to ears, my scalp, above my lip, too.
No Breakouts--I think this is the most asked sunscreen question I get. If you break out when sunscreen is on your face, please give Neutrogena Clear Face Sunscreen a go. This is perfect for acne and breakout-prone skin. It's oil and fragrance-free too. It can be applied on the body as well. My tip: While I have never broken out from this sunscreen, I like to completely wash my face and reapply sunscreen after a couple of hours. It's my trick that really works!
Weightless--I can't stand lotion-y hands. I don't how else to describe it. So naturally I was drawn to the Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Face+Body. It feels like you have nothing on! A quick wipe down and you're done for up to 2 hours (or 80 minutes after swimming/sweating).
Did you know: Watch your shadow! If your shadow is shorter than you are, the sun’s UV rays are at their strongest!
* This is NOT a sponsored post. While I've been sent these, I was not asked to write a post--these are my honest reviews. These are broad spectrum sunscreens and vary in SPF, so find the number that works for you. While I have never had any issues with these (or I wouldn't be recommending them) I cannot be certain how they will work for you. But I love them!