The Best Sunscreens for Your Skin
Hate every sunscreen you've ever tried? You're not alone. But trust us when we say there is one on this list you'll love
The best high SPF sunscreenThe new FDA regulations that go into effect at the end of the year will make SPF 50 the highest available. That's because there's only a small difference between SPF 45 and SPF 100 -- and the government doesn't want consumers to have a false sense of protection. However, there is some benefit to opting for a high number of sun protection. "There was a recent study that suggested that since people do not use adequate amounts of sunscreen, those who wear a higher level of SPF are better protected," says Downie. "You have to apply a thick coat, reapply every two hours, and stay in the shade when you can." Regardless of the number on the bottle, you should use a shot-glass-sized amount of sunscreen for your body and a teaspoon for your face every time you apply.
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