12 Best Sunscreens -- and the 4 Worst
See which products will prevent your skin from looking lobster-like all summer long
Why it stinks: Readers report mixed feelings about this Mexoryl SX-based sunscreen. Although a few reviewers praise the product's moisturizing and UVA-blocking abilities, more than half of users report breakouts, burns and irritated eyes.
"Don't waste your money!" advised one reader. "The product ran into our eyes and stung, and we broke out, too. The next time we ventured into the sun (after much aloe and aspirin), we changed products and were fine the rest of the trip."
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