Best sunscreen that won't break the bank
If you're planning to be out in the sun, it's always a good idea to wear sunscreen, but which one is best?
Consumer Reports tested a number of sunscreen brands to find out.
They found some of the least expensive were the most effective.
The brands that did not meet Consumer Reports standards protected against UVA rays but not UVB.
"If a product doesn't protect against UVB rays, you could get sunburned, so it makes sense to look at products that provide both protections," said Nicole Sarruba, Consumer Reports.
Consumer Reports says the best advice is to look for a broad spectrum sunscreen that has an SPF of 40 and is also waterproof.
Also make sure to put it on 15-30 minutes before going outside.