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Any recs for a good sports sunscreen?

I have been using neutragena sport but it still gets in my eyes when I sweat.

Any suggestions?

Re: Any recs for a good sports sunscreen?

  • I use aveno continuous protection spf 70 (waterproof). It doesn't get in my eyes if I put it on at least half an hour before I leave the house. 

    I've also had success with the coopertone  ultra sport spray stuff (spf 30) not getting into the eyes.  I sprayed it on my hands and then rubbed into my face.  I switched to aveno though because I was finding that on runs longer than 2 hours my face was burning.   

  • I'm a big fan of Coppertone Sport. The spray is okay but I prefer the regular kind.
  • I'm on the fancy end of the spectrum, I wear Kiehl's sunscreen.
  • image NessInNorCal:
    I'm a big fan of Coppertone Sport. The spray is okay but I prefer the regular kind.

    ditto the coppertone sport. i like the spray for my body and the regular for my face. its important to wait a good 20 minutes or so after applying before you go out for the run. if you start sweating before it has time to really bond to your skin, it will run even if its water resistant.  

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