With so many to choose from, it's hard to decide which sunscreen is the best one to protect you from harmful U-V rays.
Consumer reports tested multiple brands and say price has nothing to do with performance.
An s-p-f 30 product usually protects you for 10 hours, but experts say be sure to re-apply after taking a dip.
The f-d-a recommends applying sunscreen every 90 minutes to two hours.
Also be ware of spray sunscreens - especially with children.
When it comes to babies, the American academy of pediatrics recommends babies six months old and younger be kept out of the sun.
And experts recommend applying only a minimal amount of sunscreen with an S-P-F of 15 to small areas, like the baby's face.
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