TOP 5 SUNSCREENS FOR SPRING BREAK 2020
By now everyone should know the importance of applying sunscreen to your skin before heading outside for the day. SPF is critical for blocking damaging UVA and UVB rays that can cause cancer. Let’s take a look at 5 of this season’s top sunscreen picks!
Hawaiian Tropic AntiOxidant+ Sunscreen Lotion, Lightweight Sun Protection, Broad Spectrum, SPF 50
This popular option is topping many lists when it comes to the best sunscreen for Spring Break 2020! That’s due in part to it’s lightweight texture, broad spectrum protection, and invigorating island inspired scent. Plus, the drugstore price tag is hard to beat at around $10!
No Excuses Invisible Facial Sunscreen Gel
This option from Julep is sold at Macy’s for $28 but is a game changer in the SPF world. Perfect for everyday use on your face, this formula dries completely clear and greaseless so you don’t have to worry about your sun protection running and wreaking havoc on your eyes!
Sunforgettable Total Protection Body Shield
Colorscience has developed this sunscreen to leave behind a powdery smooth feeling when applied -- not that slick, greasy feeling you get with more traditional brands. It’s gentle, too, making it ideal for sensitive skin. Get yours at Nordstrom for $45!
Tizo 2 Non-Tinted Facial Mineral Sunscreen SPF 40
If you suffer from acne, then you know the horrors that can be experienced thanks to a simple sunscreen application. From stinging and burning to worsening symptoms -- most sufferers end up forgoing the sun protection all together. That’s dangerous and can still lead to cancer and other skin damage. Now there’s Tizo 2! Designed as a liquid for acne prone skin, this formula soothes and protects in one simple step.
Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 40
This one is oil free so you can feel confident you aren’t clogging your pores everytime you rub in your daily SPF this Spring Break. The gel base is cooling and dries quickly, absorbing into the skin for maximum sun protection.
What are YOUR favorite sunscreens this year? Do you think we need to add anything to this list? We want to hear what you have to say -- tell us in the comments section!