I think it's pretty neat that the Neutrogena site there has a seemingly-exhaustive list of the ingredients, but also you can click on 'em for an explanation for why they're there.Not the cheapest but it works. I'm fair skinned and the sun and I have always had an adversarial relationship.
Try our lightweight and fast drying sunscreen SPF 70 lotion for superior protection from the sun's harmful rays, formulated to be PABA-free & oxybenzone-free.www.neutrogena.com
They work awesome in the triceratops as well.One of my first trips in NYC, I was in BOS with this really awesome Captain…having a drink at a “not Irish pub”, he grabbed my phone, went on my Amazon App and ordered them for me. They work awesome in the Bubble Guppy
'Sunshirts' are made of UV blocking fabric, wore a long-sleeved one when I was flying gliders. Cotton shirts are much hotter and don't block as much UV as you might think.
After being demoted to powered flight I wore old-school DC headphones that cover the ears 'cause some of my retired airline friends had ear issues to deal with...