It’s Finally Summer! Time to Re-Up On Your Sunscreen!

It’s officially Summer! And even though sunscreen is necessary year round, in the summer it’s even more crucial thanks to stronger UV rays. . The chances of you being outside during the summer sun longer than usual is much higher thanks to the consistent sunshine and longer days. From affordable to luxe, chemical to organic, we compiled some great sunscreen recommendations from our group of fitfluencers.

Check out these great sunscreen recommendations below!

Banana Boat Sport Performance Coolzone

Drew Dorsey‘s Favorite:

“I use Banana Boat Sport Performance cool zone. It’s a spray on sunscreen that goes on clear which I love so I don’t have to worry about that residue that a lot of sunscreens leave, especially on dark skin. I also always try to use nothing less than SPF 50 to avoid sun damage. On my face I use Cetaphil’s DermaControl Oil Control Moisturizer for acne prone skin that contains broad spectrum SPF 30. It’s a great balance for me because I have oily skin which makes me weary of putting certain sunscreens on my face, so this moisturizer does a great job of balancing moisture with skin protection.”

Amazon, $4

Shiseido Ultimate Sun Protection Lotion

Deserae Rose‘s Favorite:

“It is amazing! The consistency is light and smooth, it gives you a glistening glow like coconut oil without all the mess. Plus, it covers your skin for over an hour!”

Sephora, $40

Coola Classic Face Sport SPF 50 – White Tea

Our fav, Tori Simeone loves this sunscreen by Coola. And how could you not? It’s sheer, silky and sets in so well on the skin underneath makeup!

Dermstore, $32

Other Sunscreen Favorites Are: 

Supergoop is an all-around staff favorite. It’s affordable and doubles as a sunscreen and a setting powder. Win-win!

Sephora, $30

Mario Badescu’s collagen moisturizer is pretty much a light-weight moisturizer with SPF. It’s super moisturizing thanks to the collagen but your skin feels like it can still breathe while being protected!

Mario Badescu, $24
Words via Christina Makoyawo. Images via 1, 2, 3, 4