Experts say a good SPF sunscreen should protect users from both UVA and UVB rays. The best formulas should contain broad-spectrum chemical or physical sunscreens or a combination of the two. All five our Best Reviewed sunscreens meet this standard.
But like a lot of personal-care products, choosing the best sunscreen comes down to a matter of personal preference. Important factors to consider include how easy it is to apply, how it smells and feels on your skin, and what the ingredients are. We asked some of our co-workers to sample three of our Best Reviewed sunscreens -- Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunblock, Badger Lightly Scented Sunscreen and Blue Lizard Sunscreen Sensitive -- and give us their feedback.
You can see the results on our YouTube channel or in the video embedded below.