Friday, June 17, 2011

Top 5 Sunscreens of Summer 2011!

        With Summer starting and everyone rushing to the lake and the beach, you have to choose which sunscreen you need carefully. With my top five sunscreens list provided by the wonderful website: you can read reviews on any product you want but all of the reviews for the sunscreen from this page are copied from   :)
        Badger SPF 30 for Face & Body is praised by reviewers for containing certified organic ingredients and for using the mineral zinc oxide to provide adequate UVA/UVB protection. Users say that the formula is very thick and a bit hard to rub in but that a little goes a long way. The sunscreen is safe for all skin types, including sensitive skin and babies, experts say. Some people, however, don't like the herbal scent that comes from the essential oils included in this formula. An unscented version is also available.
        Reviewers say active people will appreciate the high level of protection provided by Banana Boat Sport Performance Sunscreen SPF 100. Once applied, reviewers say that it stays put and won't run into the eyes, even with excessive sweat. Although this water-resistant sunscreen lasts longer than other formulas, experts say that it should still be reapplied after heavy sweating or swimming.
         Parents of young children and consumers with sensitive skin may be interested in Blue Lizard's Sunscreen. This gentle, fragrance-free product receives excellent reviews. Unlike many other potentially irritating chemical sunscreens, Blue Lizard Sensitive and the identical Blue Lizard Baby formulas contain zinc oxide (10 percent) and titanium dioxide (5 percent), mineral sunscreens that act as a physical barrier against broad-spectrum UVA and UVB rays. Blue Lizard Sunscreen is also water-resistant. However, because this sensitive/baby sunscreen is thicker and creamier in consistency, users say it can take longer to apply.
        Neutrogena says this sunscreen will neither run into the eyes nor come off with sweat or towel use. User reviews for Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunblock SPF 30 are generally positive, with many praising the lightweight formula that dries to a matte finish. Keep in mind that although Neutrogena calls this product a sunblock, no sunscreen can completely protect you from damaging rays.
        Although we found the best reviews for Neutrogena Ultra Sheer, No-Ad Sunblock Lotion SPF 45 gives consumers more sunscreen for their money; Neutrogena costs five times more, ounce for ounce. No-Ad SPF 45 contains avobenzone for protection against broad-spectrum UVA and UVB rays, as well as skin-soothing aloe. It is also labeled "very water resistant," which means that it will maintain its indicated SPF for 80 minutes in the water, unless otherwise rubbed off. Reviewers say the sunscreen isn't greasy and absorbs easily. One drawback: This product contains fragrance, and it may not be suitable for those with sensitive skin.
The best sunscreen is: Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunblock SPF 30! Winner! Winner!

XOXO :) Shenae

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