14 Best Sunscreens -- and the 4 Worst
See which products will prevent your skin from looking lobster-like all summer long
The Best: No. 14: Dermalogica Super Sensitive Face Block SPF 30, $40.50TotalBeauty.com average member rating: 9.2*
Why: This sunscreen uses physical blockers (Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide) and readers say "it's very light and absorbs right into" skin. They like that it is SPF 30 and that it is "not greasy, doesn't clog pores or cause breakouts."
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SEE NEXT PAGE: No. 13: Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen, $14.99