EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46
The EltaMD UV Clear is the preferred sunscreen for many dermatologists. It doesn’t feel as greasy and sticky as traditional sunscreen, but more smooth and light. On top of that it is also fragrance free, noncomedogenic, and is rich in antioxidants, which will help your skin to combat damaging free radicals.
Tizo 2 Non-Tinted Facial Mineral Sunscreen SPF 40
This sunscreen is ideal for people who suffer from acne. This is due to its lightness, which gives the skin fresh air and proper hydration. A thicker cream is more likely to clog the pores and worsen acne, which is why you should consider going after a lighter sunscreen if you suffer from damaged skin.
Jan Marini Physical Protectant Broad Spectrum SPF 45
This sunscreen is suitable for all skin types, but it is especially good for oily skin due to its matte finish and oil absorption.
Colorescience Sunforgettable Total Protection Brush-On Shield SPF 50
You probably think that all sunscreens are creams, but that is definitely not the case! Colorscience have created a brush-on sunscreen that is just as effective as the traditional formulas. It is especially good for oily skin as it can absorb excess oil and is easy to use multiple times a day. You’ll need to find the right variant for your skin tone, and then it will look completely natural.
Coola Classic Face Organic Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30
If you have dry skin you should look for a sunscreen that both gives protection and hydration. This Coola sunscreen has a lot of antioxidants, such as aloe juice, grape-seed oil, and other plant-based moisturizers, which will help keep your skin moist and protected from the sun.