Best buys include:Trader Joe's Spray SPF of 50-plus costs $1 an ouncesEquate Ultra Protection SPF 50, at $.49 an ounceNo-Ad Sport SPF 50, at $.63 an ounce
Could we get that in ANSI yellow?
Quote from: RNOfficer on August 16, 2016, 08:27:59 PMBest buys include:Trader Joe's Spray SPF of 50-plus costs $1 an ouncesEquate Ultra Protection SPF 50, at $.49 an ounceNo-Ad Sport SPF 50, at $.63 an ounceNah, the "Best buy" to prevent sunburn and eventually skin cancers is actually a full brim hat, long sleeves, and a parasol. Here's one for those hot, sun drenched formations:
Big goofy looking hats and long sleeves are a great start. However, remember that UV reflects off many surfaces. Combining quality sunscreens with physical barriers like wide-brimmed hats is a great combined strategy. My sunscreen use was limited for far too long, in part because I couldn't find a sunscreen that didn't sneak into my eyes. My dermatologist finally recommended EltaMD UV Clear Broad Spectrum. https://eltamd.com/product/uv-clear-broad-spectrum-spf-46/ I bathe my face in that stuff now, every single day, and my eyes don't suffer. It's expensive, but skin cancer is much costlier! Amazon sells the stuff at better prices than I've seen elsewhere. I use cheaper stuff away from my face. Unfortunately I didn't learn about that sunscreen early enough. In late June we had to carve on my face to remove some skin cancer. Now I'm completing Efudex therapy, which is NOT fun! That stuff should be renamed "F U Skin." Now I'm a walking advertisement for sunscreen wear and have been quite open about the experience with cadets, and on my Facebook page. On the bright side, the treatment resulted in the treasured nickname "Dadpool." If you've seen Deadpool (the best movie of all time IMHO) you get the joke.Thanks for sharing the info on sunscreen reviews!
^ Meh, you're closer to the sun then most of us!