Your Guide to the Best and Worst Sunscreens of 2020
Wasn't it just a couple of weeks ago that we had snow on the ground? The weather forecast for today will be nothing like it was earlier this month. As a matter of fact, we're looking at temperatures in the upper 80s for the next few days.
If you plan to spend any amount of time out in the sun, you should definitely be thinking about what type of sunscreen you plan to not only put on yourself, but also on your family. If the thought of sunscreen shopping feels overwhelming because there are so many types available, we're here to help.
The Environmental Working Group’s Guide to Sunscreens is a fantastic website that breaks down each type of sunscreen and its individual benefits. It might not be a bad idea to memory bank the website for the next time you're standing in the store staring at dozens of bottles of sunscreen and don't know where to begin. There's actually a spot on the home page of the website where you can pop in the name of the sunscreen you want to learn more about and a slew of information will generate.
According to the Environmental Working Group, the top sunscreens for kids include Adorable Baby Sunscreen, SPF 30+, Just Skin Food Baby Beach Bum Sunscreen Stick, SPF 31, thinksport Kids Body & Face Sunscreen Stick, SPF 30, and UV Natural Baby Sunscreen Lotion, SPF 30+.
When it comes to the best beach and sports sunscreens include Keeki Pure & Simple Sunscreen Lotion, SPF 30, Badger Sport All Season Face Stick, Unscented, SPF 35, and Adorable Baby Sunscreen Stick, SPF 30+. Read about those and others here.