Shield and Protect

Avoid vitamin-D overload this summer with these great products.

By Hilary Geisbert - June 2014

Great Sunscreens for Summer

Avoid vitamin-D overload this summer with these great products.

By Hilary Geisbert - June 2014


NEUTROGENA ULTRA SHEER DRY-TOUCH BROAD SPECTRUM

What We Love: Lightweight, leaves your skin smooth and soft, sans that greasy feeling. Available in SPF 30 to 100+. 

Price: $7.99. 

Where to Buy: Target, several locations, including 3559 Boston St., 410-246-8515.

SHISEIDO SUN PROTECTION EYE CREAM BROAD SPECTRUM SUNSCREEN

What We Love: A water-and-perspiration-resistant daily eye cream that does all of the wrinkle prevention, while also protecting from UVA/UVB rays. 

Price: $35.50. 

Where to Buy: Sephora, 825 Dulaney Valley Rd., 410-337-7494.

COPPERTONE SPORT CONTINUOUS SPRAY

What We Love: Great for any athlete who wants to protect his or her skin during even the sweatiest of activities or while swimming. The spray-on application makes it easy to apply evenly. 

Price: $10.99. 

Where to Buy: Harris Teeter, two locations, including 3779 Boston St., 410-522-0270.

LA ROCHE-POSAY ANTHELIOS TINTED MINERAL ULTRA LIGHT SUNSCREEN FLUID

What We Love: Provides sheer coverage for the face and evens out skin complexion with its slight tint, while providing a SPF of 50. 

Price: $33.50. 

Where to Buy: Ulta Beauty, 3541 Boston St., 410-327-0891.

MYCHELLE DAILY DEFENSE CREAM

What We Love: This unscented organic zinc oxide formula is sheer for daily use, and safe enough to use on those with sensitive skin. 

Price: $17.99. 

Where to Buy: Whole Foods Market, 1001 Fleet St., 410-528-1640.




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