7 Of The Best SPFs To Suit All Skin Types And Tones
How to find the right SPF for youGone are the days where sunscreen used to be thick, greasy and unsuitable for all skin tones and skin types. These days we’ve got plenty of modern formulations to choose from. Whether you like mineral or chemical sunscreen, something neutral or tinted, the possibilities are (almost) endless. We’ve tried and tested a lot of sun creams ourselves, if you’re wondering what the best sunscreen for you is, read on to explore the ones we highly rate.
The Best Sunscreens for Face to buy in 2023
Ultra VioletteSupreme Screen Hydrating Facial Skinscreen SPF 50+, £34
Best Everyday Sunscreen For All Skin Types
There’s a skinscreen for everyone, but this one was formulated to work for all skin tones and skin types. If you want to test out Ultra Violette sun creams, this is the one you should go for. With SPF 50, Supreme Screen Hydrating Facial SkinScreen is the ultimate everyday sunscreen. It can be worn on its own, or over your daily moisturiser and it sits well under makeup.
Drunk ElephantUmbra Tinte Physical Daily Defense SPF30, £32
Best Mineral Sunscreen
Protect your skin and get a healthy-looking glow with Drunk Elephant’s Umbra Tinte Physical Daily Defense SPF30. It’s like mixing the must-have Drunk Elephant D-Bronzi drops with your favourite SPF, only the work is already done for you. We like that this SPF works for all skin tones and if you’re a makeup minimalist you can forgo your usual base as Umbra Tinte provides gorgeous sheer coverage.
Summer FridaysShadeDrops Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Mineral Milk Sunscreen, £36
Best Sunscreen For Dry Skin
If you’ve been on Instagram or TikTok over the past few months you’ll have seen Summer Friday’s sunscreen on your feed. The brand is all about crafting products that fit seamlessly into your routine, and this one is no exception. The lightweight formula offers SPF 50 protection and melts into skin and feels like you’re not wearing anything. If you have dry skin, it’s a great option as it hydrates without feeling heavy and gives your skin a gorgeous radiant finish.
CoolaClassic Sunscreen Stick Tropical Coconut SPF30, £23
Best Sunscreen Stick
SPF sticks are a great option for reapplying your sunscreen on the go. Whether you’re on holiday, at a festival or just out and about, Coola’s Sunscreen Stick is a must-have. The water-resistant formula is perfect for days at the beach water and keeps you from reapplying your SPF every time you get in and out of the water. Plus, it’s the ideal sunscreen to travel with if you’re flying as it doesn’t count as a liquid.
Hello SundayThe One That's A Serum - Face Drops: SPF 45, £20
Best Multitasking Sunscreen
We love a serum SPF and this one from Hello Sunday not only protects against UV rays, but it also shields skin from pollution and blue light. If you spend a lot of time in front of a screen or live in the hustle and bustle of a city, this is the best sunscreen for your face. Plus, it contains hyaluronic acid and vitamin C to give your skin an extra boost.
LancasterSun Sensitive Oil-free Milky Fluid SPF50, £25
Best Sunscreen For Oily Skin
Anyone with sensitive or oily skin knows the struggle of finding a sunscreen that doesn’t result in a break out. If you’re still looking for the best SPF for oily skin, let us point you in the direction of Lancaster Sun Sensitive Oil-free Milky Fluid. It’s lightweight, it’s oil-free and it doesn’t give you that greasy sheen that some SPF formulas leave. Bonus points: it’s ocean-friendly so you can wear it on holiday too.
Medik8Advanced Day Ultimate Protect SPF50+, £59
Best Sunscreen For Hyperpigmentation
Of course Medik8 has an excellent SPF, which helps to not only protect skin and blur fine lines and wrinkles, but also helps fade hyperpigmentation overtime. If acne and pigmentation are skin concerns you’re keen to tackle, this might be the one for you.
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