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Editor’s Picks: Our Favorite Sunscreens

What lotions are we digging this summer for sun protection? Here are four favorites from the TueNight Crew.

“This Water Babies sunscreen stick has been our go-to for the girls (ages 4 and 6) for the past three years. It’s durable and small, I keep it in my purse and the lid doesn’t break or fall off. I also use it myself for my cheekbones, eyebrows and collarbones when I’m too lazy to put anything else on.”

Adrianna Dufay, Product Manager

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(Photo courtesy Drugstore.com)

Coppertone Water Babies Sunscreen Stick, $5

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“I just recently started using Supergoop’s sunscreen serum for my face and I really like it. It’s light weight and doesn’t feel too sticky-icky (let’s be honest, sunscreen is sunscreen, no one loves how it feels on their face), and it’s been proving my very fair skin with excellent protection.“

Susan Linney, Editor-at-Large

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(Photo courtesy Sephora.com)

Supergoop! 30+ City Sunscreen Serum, $42

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“In my advanced age I seem to have acquired crazy sun bumps/ sun poisoning. Yay! So sunscreen has become de rigeur (or, actually, it was like 40 years ago and I ignored). I don’t have any particular brand of SPF that I use regularly, but I love anything that sprays on, so I can just stick in my bag and spritz wherever I am. I constantly smell like SPF.”

-Margit Detweiler, Editor-in-Chief

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(Photo courtesy Kissmyface.com)

Kiss My Face Sun Spray Lotion SPF 30, $13

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“I don’t leave the house without putting on Aveeno Positively Ageless SPF 30. When I go to the beach, I use Alba Botanica’s Green Tea Sunscreen. It smells great and goes on without residue. Of course along with that I’m sitting under an umbrella with a hat and a sun shirt on.”

Nancy Gonzalez, Acting Art Director

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(Photo courtesy Ulta.com)

Positively Ageless Lifting & Firming Daily Moisturizer with SPF 30, $18

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(Photo courtesy Albabotanica.com)

 Alba Botanica’s Revitalizing Green Tea Sunscreen SPF 45, $12

2 Comments

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