, using can be a hard sell. But the best sunscreens for oily skin makes it possible to follow dermatologists number one piece of advice (wear broad-spectrum SPF every day to block UV rays) without feeling like your face is extra heavy or shiny.
We spoke with dermatologists and chatted with Glamour editors to learn what they use in their own skin care routines to prevent sunburn and sun damage.Sunscreen isn’t going to necessarily improve excess oil the way skin care products like salicylic acid or do but the right formula can help with oil control, minimizing any of the excess shine standard broad-spectrum sunscreens leave behind. , a board-certified dermatologist in New York City recommends using with zinc oxide or titanium dioxide since they're generally less irritating to the skin. “Mineral sunscreens also tend to be fragrance-free, non-comedogenic and non-inflammatory,” says Dr.
Engelman which is ideal for sensitive and acne-prone skin.Some chemical sunscreens can be suitable for those with oily skin, just look for broad-spectrum protection labeled as non-comedogenic, says , a board-certified dermatologist at Sandia Dermatology in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Oil-free, fragrance-free, and hypoallergenic are other things to look for in sunscreen for oily skin.All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors.Read more on glamour.com