14 Best Sunscreens -- and the 4 Worst
See which products will prevent your skin from looking lobster-like all summer long
Why it stinks: Though this silicone-derived product claims to hydrate skin and airbrush wrinkles, one reader complained, "if anything, it made my skin feel much DRIER." Disappointingly, other users agree. Descriptions of dry, flaky skin were not uncommon, and there were also complaints about the sunscreen's unflattering tint and sticky consistency. Some users had more positive experiences, but the product received enough disapproval to warrant a D-list score. "You just expect that if you pay a significant amount for a product that it would at least do all it claims," another reviewer said. Well. Can't argue with that.
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