I'm not going to rant about the nasty crud stuffed into most commercial sunscreens, or wail about how sunscreen causes cancer – honest. All I'm here to do is point you in a helpful direction if, like me, you struggle to find a sunscreen that:
(a) Isn't full of scary things;
(b) Doesn't feel horrifically gross and make your skin crawl; and
(c) Can consistently be easily found/ordered/purchased.
After lots of research and some experimentation, I'm officially a fan of Babo Botanicals Clear Zinc Sunscreen (SPF 30).
(This is not a sponsored post. Just trying to save other people time and energy I wish I hadn't had to invest in this project.)
Anyway, long story short, this stuff is clean, won't bother your skin (even if it's sensitive), and can be conveniently ordered from Amazon if your local grocery store doesn't have it. (Note: Lots of them do.) It's not quite as durable as some of the other stuff out there – you'll need to reapply if you're spending all day in the sun, but for me that's a fair tradeoff.
Is sunscreen something you worry about?