New sunscreens to try this summer

Hard to imagine anyone who hasn't got the message about covering up when out in the sun. But even if you go with one of the season's hot rash guards, many of which have SPF built in, you'll still need sunscreen to protect anything that's exposed. Here, some highlights of what's new.

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