Healthy glow: 10 best face sunscreens

Save face this summer with our pick of the best sunscreens to keep your complexion peachy in the heat

We love the sunshine, but we don't love what it does to our skin – uneven pigmentation, premature ageing and poor texture.

We've tried a range of sunscreens specially formulated for the face to try and combat damage. From Soltan's good-value version up to Natura Bisse's seriously luxurious offering, there's a product for all skin types and budgets.

Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest buys

Verdict

Ark Skin Protector SPF30 Primer combines SPF with anti-ageing benefits and a radiance-boosting formula leaving you with an airbrushed complexion - perfect for make-up free summer days. While Ole Henriksen Protect The Truth works on undoing previous sun damage, while protecting against future damage.

Buy now

1. The Organic Pharmacy Cellular Protection Sun Cream, £33.95 for 100ml

2. Ultrasun Face 50+ SPF Anti-Pigmentation and Anti-Ageing, £30 for 50ml

3. Ole Henriksen Protect The Truth SPF50+, £31 for 60ml

4. Natura Bisse Diamond White Matte Finish Sun Protection SPF 50, £83 for 50ml, harrods.com

5. Lancome Soleil Bronzer Smoothing Protective BB Cream, £24 for 50ml

6. Soap and Glory Make Yourself Youthful Sunshield Superfluid SPF50+, £15 for 30ml

7. Chantecaille Ultra Sun Protection Anti-Glycation Primer SPF 50, £76 for 40ml

8. Ark Anti-ageing Skin Protector SPF30 Primer, £36 for 30ml

9. Soltan Face Moisturising Suncare Cream, £4.50 for 50ml

10. Kalme SPF 25 Day Defence Cream, £19.95 for 50ml

 

Read more: 11 best sunscreens for the body

 

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