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The Best Sun Care Products

Protecting yourself from sun damage should be a top priority in your beauty regimen. Here, our favorite sun care products.

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Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunblock SPF 70
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Best Sweat-Resistant Sunscreen

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunblock SPF 70, $9.99, drugstores.

This potent skin protector blocks both UVA and UVB rays and is surprisingly light. Testers loved the way it stayed put -- even during a long, sweaty run.

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Best On-the-Go Sunscreen

Aveeno Continuous Protection Sunblock Spray SPF 70, $8.99, drugstores.

Spray-on sunscreen is a big hit with FITNESS staffers. This nongreasy one evenly coats skin with powerful UVA/UVB blocking agents and free-radical-fighting antioxidants such as vitamins C and E for long-lasting protection.

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Best UV Hair Protector

Kerastase Soleil Micro-Voile Protecteur spray, $34,

The sun can bleach out color and rob hair of moisture. A light mist of this UV-absorbing spray prevents fading and dryness.

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Best Sunblock for Your Face

Clinique City Block Sheer Oil-Free Daily Face Protector SPF 25, $16.50,

Physical blockers, such as zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, deflect UV rays, and the cream won't irritate sensitive skin or clog pores. Bonus: Volunteers liked how the subtle beige tint evened their skin tone.

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Best Goof-Proof Self-Tanner

Estee Lauder Body Performance Golden Naturally Radiant Moisturizer, $35,

Bathing-suit season or not, bronzed, Gisele-like skin is hot. Get it with this ultra-hydrating formula, which gradually softens and tans skin without streaking.

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, October 2008.

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laurelwright wrote:

I used no ad as a teen as it was inexpensive but I would not recommend it. This article is about the best product. Sometimes yoiu have to pay a little more.

7/5/2010 11:09:00 AM Report Abuse
arkane537 wrote:

Funny, I don't see any No-Ad products here. They've been doing sun screen for 25+ years.

7/4/2010 06:04:58 PM Report Abuse

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