StyleWatch Editors Want to Know: What's Your SPF?

04/25/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

As summer approaches, our thoughts turn to picnics, long days at the beach, road trips — and wearing the right SPF.  From our tinted moisturizer to the heavy duty creams that come out for full days soaking up rays, we have a whole range of SPF products shoved into our bulging bathroom shelves.  With sunny months ahead, we want to know what SPF you’re wearing (and hopefully reapplying like Penelope Cruz does!). Tell us: What SPF do you wear during the summer? Do you switch around depending on your activities and expected sun exposure? 

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Sue on

Striped socks!

Heidi on

As a lifeguard who works 10 hours a day in direct sunlight in the summer I use Avene 30SPF Lotion for sensitive skin.
Everything else irritates my skin and Avene retains its SPF after 40 minutes of activity in the water.
I never get sun-burns with Avene and the thick lotion is easy to apply and blends well.
After finding Avene I will never use another!

kitty on

Leslie…hee hee hee! You crack me up! I’ve never seen anyone give themselves a wedgie on purpose! LOL! :p

jess on

i am fair skinned and i can’t find anything to help me. i just got burned really bad and i need help! its horrible to not be able to go swimming with my friends because i am afraid to get burned really bad again please help!!!!!!!

my email is please!!!!!!!!!!!

Logan Baker on

Jojoba oil is really great for acne because it helps balance facial oil.’-*

Diabetic Neuropathy : on

jojoba oil is both good for acne and also for eczema’-*

Leather Wristbands on

i heard that jojoba oil is also very good against acne, i would like to try it on my acne ;..

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