According to the American Academy of Dermatology, when choosing the best sunscreen – whether lotion or spray – three bids should be respected. Look for a formula that is water resistant, offers a broad protection spectrum and has a SPF of at least 30. However, there are a few additional factors to consider when looking for the best sunscreen spray. First of all, most sprays contain alcohol, which according to dermatologist Deanne Robinson, MD of Modern Dermatology of Connecticut, is a common skin irritant. And bonus points, if you find a spray that comes in a non-aerosol bottle. "I'm not a fan of aerosol sunscreens because it requires multiple layers to achieve the level of protection achieved with a lotion." Robinson. "That means there are sprays without an aerosol pump that offer the convenience of a spray with better protection and less chemicals."
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