The Best Sunscreens for Your Face

Based on 231,976 Influenster Reviews

We don't have to tell you the importance of SPF. Although you might be tempted to think it's reserved for only the sunniest of days, think again! Wearing a protective sunscreen everyday can help keep your skin healthy and youthful. 

Our skincare-loving Influensters know just how important a daily sunscreen is. See which facial sunscreens they're swearing by to keep guarded all day, everyday.

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Chelsea T.
ByChelsea T.said...
I have been using natural/non-toxic sunscreens for a few years now, and this is one is one of my favorites! It is a lower SPF, but works well under makeup, isn't greasy, and has some really great soothing herbal ingredients such as lavender, chamomile, calendula, and elderberry. It is a little bit pricey for a sunblock unless it is on sale, but clean ingredients are more important to me than price!
I have been using natural/non-toxic sunscreens for a few years now, and this is one is one of my favorites! It is a lower SPF, but works well under makeup, isn't greasy, and has some really great soothing herbal ingredients such as lavender, chamomile, calendula, and elderberry. It is a little bit pricey for a sunblock unless it is on sale, but clean ingredients are more important to me than price!
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Heather H.
ByHeather H.said...
*PLEASE READ UPDATE BELOW ORIGINAL REVIEW* I started using this several months ago and I love it. It doesn't cause breakouts or any type of texture changes to my skin. It's fragrance free and has a light lotion-like consistency that once absorbed, works beautifully underneath makeup - primer, concealer, foundation, etc. And it's 1/5th the price of the high-end department store moisturizer with SPF 30 that I was using this past spring. For someone like me who wears sunscreen every single day, all of these things are important. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for an affordable sunscreen that doesn't break you out or break the bank! UPDATE: After beginning a well formulated and effective skincare routine which includes daily 15% vitamin c serum, nightly 12% AHA/BHA combo acid serum and weekly at home facials consisting of 25% AHA / 2% BHA, among some great moisturizers and facial oil, I found that when I would apply this sunscreen to my face, I would feel a very uncomfortable stinging sensation on my skin - mostly across my cheeks. I also noticed (even before the change in skincare products) that if my eyes watered or I was tearful, I would would have terrible burning in my eyes. After doing more research, I learned that this particular sunscreen is what's called a "chemical" sunscreen and works differently than "physical" sunscreens to protect our skin from the damaging rays of the sun. I ended up giving away 3 tubes that I had in my stash. I now only use a physical sunscreen consisting of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide and I've also switched to buying only cruelty free cosmetics and skincare products whenever possible. I do not reccomend this product for anyone with sensitive skin.
*PLEASE READ UPDATE BELOW ORIGINAL REVIEW* I started using this several months ago and I love it. It doesn't cause breakouts or any type of texture changes to my skin. It's fragrance free and has a light lotion-like consistency that once absorbed, works beautifully underneath makeup - primer, concealer, foundation, etc. And it's 1/5th the price of the high-end department store moisturizer with SPF 30 that I was using this past spring. For someone like me who wears sunscreen every single day, all of these things are important. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for an affordable sunscreen that doesn't break you out or break the bank! UPDATE: After beginning a well formulated and effective skincare routine which includes daily 15% vitamin c serum, nightly 12% AHA/BHA combo acid serum and weekly at home facials consisting of 25% AHA / 2% BHA, among some great moisturizers and facial oil, I found that when I would apply this sunscreen to my face, I would feel a very uncomfortable stinging sensation on my skin - mostly across my cheeks. I also noticed (even before the change in skincare products) that if my eyes watered or I was tearful, I would would have terrible burning in my eyes. After doing more research, I learned that this particular sunscreen is what's called a "chemical" sunscreen and works differently than "physical" sunscreens to protect our skin from the damaging rays of the sun. I ended up giving away 3 tubes that I had in my stash. I now only use a physical sunscreen consisting of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide and I've also switched to buying only cruelty free cosmetics and skincare products whenever possible. I do not reccomend this product for anyone with sensitive skin.
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Erin S.
ByErin S.said...
This sunscreen is great for a day at the beach with friends. it blurs imperfections while providing good coverage from UVs. It also didn't clog my pores or leave my face greasy. The only drawback was the tube was not very large but pricey, however I don't always mind paying more to get a more natural sunscreen wth less chemicals.
This sunscreen is great for a day at the beach with friends. it blurs imperfections while providing good coverage from UVs. It also didn't clog my pores or leave my face greasy. The only drawback was the tube was not very large but pricey, however I don't always mind paying more to get a more natural sunscreen wth less chemicals.