Eight sunscreens to try this summer
We expect a lot out of our sunscreen . . . it needs to protect us from UVA and UVB rays and keep us moisturized without making our skin feel greasy or clogging our pores. Here are some new products to try while you're having fun in the sun this summer. -- Compiled by Barbara Schuler
For kids' delicate skin, Natural Mineral's KidCreme SPF 43, with nonirritating sunscreens zinc and titanium dioxide, $27.95; at mdsolar sciences.com.
Kiehl's has two new sun products this year. Activated Sun Protector SPF 50 has broad spectrum protection, $23. And there's a new one especially formulated for men, Facial Fuel UV Guard SPF 50+, $34; at the Kiehl's store in Roosevelt Field or kiehls.com.
Here Comes the Sun is a collection of sun protection and self-tanners from Philosophy, with sunscreens, $26-$30, and tanners, $26-$28, for face and body; at select Macy's, Nordstrom and Ulta stores and philosophy.com.
For an easy self-tanner on the go (Kate) Somerville-360 luxury-sized towels, $75; at qvc.com.
From dermatologist Craig Austin comes Protect, an SPF 55 weightless broad-spectrum sunscreen with a few anti-aging ingredients thrown in, $38; at amazon.com.
Reclaim Your Summer from Rodan + Fields is a practical kit containing products for face and body, including two sunscreens, a lip shield, hand balm and a sunless foaming tanner -- all in a bright beach bag, $202; at rodanandfields.com.
After a day in the sun, go for Decleor's After-Sun Balm, a fragrant cream with oils of avocado and jojoba, among other things, $42; at decleorusa.com.