Reddit Reddit reviews Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Water Resistant and Non-Greasy Sunscreen Lotion with Broad Spectrum SPF 45, TSA-Compliant travel Size, 3 fl. oz, Pack of 2

We found 19 Reddit comments about Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Water Resistant and Non-Greasy Sunscreen Lotion with Broad Spectrum SPF 45, TSA-Compliant travel Size, 3 fl. oz, Pack of 2. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Water Resistant and Non-Greasy Sunscreen Lotion with Broad Spectrum SPF 45, TSA-Compliant travel Size, 3 fl. oz, Pack of 2
Twin pack with two 3-fluid ounce bottles of Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Non-Greasy Sunscreen with SPF 45 that helps defend against the signs of sun and decrease the risk of skin cancer when used as directedThis lightweight sunscreen is fast-absorbing with Dry-Touch technology for a non-greasy, matte finish and is formulated with Helioplex for superior sun protection for your skinPackaging and formulation may vary. New formula features an oxybenzone-free formula, this sunscreen lotion helps prevent sunburn and when used as directed, may help decrease the risk of skin cancerBoth PABA-free and non-comedogenic, this lightweight sunscreen provides powerful face and body sun protection without the heavy finishTSA-compliant travel size sunscreen from the #1 dermatologist-recommended brand. This sunscreen is also available in both spray and stick form and can be used at the pool or in the ocean for up to 80 minutes of water-resistance
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19 Reddit comments about Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Water Resistant and Non-Greasy Sunscreen Lotion with Broad Spectrum SPF 45, TSA-Compliant travel Size, 3 fl. oz, Pack of 2:

u/jdubau55 · 22 pointsr/WatchandLearn

I like this...pardon my formatting, on mobile.

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen, Broad Spectrum Spf 45, 3 Fl. Oz, Pack Of 2

u/becomearobot · 8 pointsr/pokemon

This shit is the best sunscreen.

and get whatever sunglasses. For real. Your old man eyes and skin will thank you for not having cancer.

u/tooschooledforcool · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Neutrogena Ultrasheer Dry-Touch Sunblock. SPF 50+. Leaves skin soft and smooth wateeproof. Doesn't feel like I'm wearing sunscreen after sometime. Good stuff.

u/ringringdai · 4 pointsr/PCOS

Face wash every morning and night. Always pat dry, never rub.

Lotion every night.

Sunscreen if I go out.

I wear a visor when I go out, and drink a lot of water. I try to avoid foods/drinks that irritate it too.

Good luck, hope this helps!

u/madnesscult · 4 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

When I lived in SoCal I used to use the Neutrogena Dry Touch sunscreen on my face and body. I hate the greasy feeling a lot of sunscreens give, and this one was one of the few that I could actually use underneath my makeup. I live in the PNW now so it's not as much of an issue, but my current face makeup is SPF45 too.

u/ATXJames · 3 pointsr/SXSW

Here, I'll save you a click.

SXSW is a Music, Film, Interactive, and more conference from March 8 – 17 in Austin, TX, which provides a chance to party with some of the greatest people on Earth. (Official SXSW Site)

SXSWi – South by Southwest interactive is the conference where Twitter was launched and staring at your phone is expected. Understand SXSWi parties are more business with a side of music, booze, and food.

SXSW Film – The who’s who of Hollywood are all in town for the movies premiers, parties, and music.

SXSW Music – The variety in music is unmatched by any festival in the world.   Recent years have hosted over 2000 official and unofficial artists playing multiple shows daily to break to the next level!  These artists are putting in work!

SXSW has an Attendee Services Hub that has all the info for official attendees.

What to Bring


  • ID
  • Cash/Credit card


  • Bag – to hold other supplies and free swag (Timbuk2 Classic Messenger Bag)
  • Poncho – Weather is crazy in Austin
  • Comfortable Shoes – e.g. Nike Air Zoom Pegasus
  • Sunscreen – at least SPF30
  • Lip balm
  • Pain killer
  • Breath mints or gum
  • Wet-wipes
  • Quality Ear Plugs – Keeps ears healthy and drowns out side conversations (Etymotic High-Fidelity Earplugs)
  • Extended battery pack – Your phone will die (small or large)
  • Phone Charger – You may forget to recharge your extended battery pack
  • Print outs of the parties you want to go to –Your phone will be slow

    Getting Around

  • Pedicabs – staple of SXSW travel $15 – $40 to get most places
  • Taxis– Head to a hotel or I-35 access road to catch one
  • Taxis Alternatives 
  • Capital Metro Buses
  • Parking – Try to get downtown before noon
  • Walking – Lots
  • Bicycles – Helps cut down on the walking
  • ScootersEverywhere
    • Rules


      Many SXSW attendees are here for business, so expect a lot of side conversation during performances. If you are there for the music, try to get to the front and remember earplugs.

  • Follow these accounts on Twitter – they will provide the best unofficial SXSW updates
  • RSVP for everything – create a separate email account (RSVPster is a lifesaver)
  • Have a backup plan or four – print them out (phones die)
  • Arrive early  – lining up an hour or two early is sometimes the only way to get into a “must see” party or shows
  • If you are not having fun, leave
  • Find new music
  • Make friends
    • If you are networking remember business cards
  • Tip the bartender – even if the drinks are free


  • Some parties will have food – Check the RSVP (follow @thefreenoms on Twitter)
  • Food Trucks are awesome
  • Taco, Taco, Taco– (Torchy’s Secret Menu – try the Trailer Park Hillbilly Style)
  • BBQ – Austin is becoming the BBQ capital of world but if you need a break and have a car head to Lockhart for authentic Central Texas BBQ
  • Many more – Check Yelp or Urban Spoon

    Official Music Showcases

  • Arrive early
  • Priority
u/mandylions · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I also found it on Amazon for relatively the same price, if you don't have a Costco membership! Looks like the regular price is only $14.99 if it's not on sale by the time you get to it.

u/mcviolet · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

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u/Two2twoD · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

>But why would labeling it a "sunscreen" vs. a "moisturizer" make you apply more?

I suppose the factor here would be the quantity of actual sunscreen ingredients in the total amount of product you use. While a sunscreen alone would have more -let's say zinc (don't quote me on ingredients I'm not that knowledgeable)- the combo mix with moisturizer would have less SPF ingredient because it would have the moisturizing ingredients within it as well. Therefore the need to apply more of it in order to fulfill the amount of product your skin actually needs to be protected. Also you should be re-applying after a few hours which bring even more questions!

What if I have makeup on? Wouldn't it smudge it around? Should I be cleaning my face and reapplying layer after layer (adding makeup) again?

That's why I'm trying to look for a decent sunscreen that applied under or on top of my moisturizer works well and also lets me apply makeup... Sigh... This whole thing is getting overwhelming.

If I'm wrong on this one someone correct me please! I'm eager to understand how this thing works!

Also, in your case, I've heard the Neutrogena Ultra Sheer dry touch SPF 30 or so would leave a matte finish. I suppose people here use it more for the body and they love those EltaMD and La Roche Posay ones but I haven't tried those to give you an opinion. Also, I'd be extra cautious if you are acne-prone. Always patch test for a while before applying on your whole face. There's a tutorial on that on the sidebar...

Sorry for the wall of text though. Hope it helped a bit.

u/MissMarici · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I am in love with the Neutrogena Ultra Sheer sunscreens. [amazon] ( It is a "dry" formula that doesn't mess up your makeup if you reapply during the day, and gives a nice base to start with. I usually use the 100 SPF which may be a little overkill. This has really worked well for me and the small size fits in most of my purses. It doesn't smell like sunscreen and isn't super greasy.

I use is as a primer then do my normal makeup routine, foundation and powder. I reapply throughout the day if i am going to be outside a lot of haven't put in on for a while. I use it on my neck, chest, and hands as well. What is the point of having nice skin on my face when I am older, if my neck, chest, and hands are starting to show age.

I would apply it every time I was going outside, when I was younger and first driving my left arm got a lot more freckles on it than my right since that arm was exposed to the sun on the drivers side. But I am very fair, and freckle easily, and I want to keep it that way.

u/howyalikdemapples · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen, Broad Spectrum Spf 45, 3 Fl. Oz., Pack Of 2

I use this in the spray and rub on versions. I can play for 3 1/2 hours and I don't get burned.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/starterpacks

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Water Resistant and Non-Greasy Sunscreen Lotion with Broad Spectrum SPF 45, 3 fl. oz, Pack of 2

Try this brand. I also hate the greasy feeling, but I’ve been using this for years. Best one I’ve found yet.

u/txbruno · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


"You have to be extra careful at protecting yourself at high altitudes," Rigel told Reuters Health. "People don't realize how much additional sun you get at higher altitudes. It's anywhere from an 8 percent to a 10 percent increase for every thousand feet of elevation. In the summertime, you can get anywhere from 40 percent to 50 percent greater sun intensity than at sea level."

Also, water, drink lots of water.

u/DJRoomba_ · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is super generous! I personally wouldn't use the fake nails :)

My gifted post.

This Neutrogena Sunscreen is the worst product I've ever used. I know it works great on others, but it was terrible on my face. I was younger and didn't realize the importance of patch testing, so I piled it on. I had to deal with red blotchy, flaking skin for the next three weeks. Luckily it worked fine on the rest of my body!

u/orioncygnus1 · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I used this in Italy:

Do the American branded sunscreens not show PA ratings?

u/SkivvyLivvy · 1 pointr/MakeupAddiction

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry Touch and Elta MD are both great choices. From my experience, the Elta MD one completely absorbs and doesn't feel greasy at ALL. The Neutrogena one feels slightly greasier to me, but it's not like normal sunscreen greasy or anything. I tend to use the Neutrogena one more often because I can stand the smell of it more than the Elta MD, but I have a very sensitive nose, so that's probably just me. They're both great.

u/girlfran69 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hi there! I'm an avid skincare junkie, subbed to r/skincare and r/asianbeauty. I wear sunblock on my face because I don't want sun damage and wrinkles too early (prevention).

I've tried western sunblocks and japanese sunblocks, and I would say for your face, japanese sunblocks are the bomb! They offer the highest protection (spf 50, PA++++), and available for free shipping and/or on amazon prime! They also don't leave any residue, so it's like you're wearing nothing =D The problem though, is it's got a lot of alcohol in it to help it dry quickly, so it can be irritating for some. This one is like a waterproof lotion and good for the whole day.
This one has more, but less of a lotion, more of a liquid

All western sunblocks I've used either were too greasy and left my face shiny, or left my face white. If you don't mind that, Neutrogena Dry Touch ones are the best I've tried, but it was irritating for me because I'm allergic to avobenzone in their helioplex formula.

Sorry it was so long, was just trying to be helpful =P

edit: Note - there's a difference between chemical and physical sunblocks. Physical sunblocks contain titanium dioxide and/or zinc oxide, and works immediately. Chemical sunblocks has chemicals like avobenzone, octinoxate, and a LOT of other chemicals. You would put it on your skin, and wait 15-20 minutes before going out (usually this time is negligible). The japanese ones I linked are a mix of chemical and physical, so it doesn't really matter when you put it on for it to work.

u/jareths_tight_pants · 1 pointr/AskMen

To start you need a cleanser and a moisturizer and a sunscreen at a minimum. I recommend the CosRx low pH good morning gel for a cleanser. I’ve never seen it sold in stores. I buy mine on Amazon. The Cerave moisturizers are well liked and can be found just about anywhere. I like Biore watery essence for a sunscreen because it’s matte and doesn’t cause acne and can be worn under makeup but Neutrogena makes a good one that works for most people too. You can add serums for skincare concerns like acne, redness, uneven skin texture/color, or wrinkles but you don’t have to.

Check out /r/asianbeauty too

Cosrx Low PH Good Morning Gel Cleanser, 5.07 Ounce

CeraVe Moisturizing Cream 16 oz Daily Face and Body Moisturizer for Dry Skin

Biore UV AQUA Rich Watery Gel SPF50+/PA++++

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen, Broad Spectrum Spf 45, 3 Fl. Oz., Pack Of 2

u/czechchick5 · 1 pointr/Coachella

Organizer bag for port-a-potty or shower visits - has a hook so you can hang it off something without letting it touch ickyness:

The Glo Bag Cosmetic/Dopp Bag by The Glo Bag

Sunblock - especially if someone in your party is a ginger:

Neutrogena Ultra Sheer SPF 45 Twin Pack 3.0 Ounce by Neutrogena

Quest Bars - save money and time waiting for food, plus they're delicious:

Quest Bar Double Chocolate Chunk, 12 bars by Quest Nutrition