7 Sunscreens Under £20 So You Have Money Left Over for Aperol Spritzes



Sunscreen doesn't have to cost the earth. Yes, you can spend upwards of £30, £40 or even £50 on protecting your skin, but when there are great, safe formulations out there that are a joy to use, why spend more? Especially when you can use the money saved on Aperol Spritzes or that new basket bag you've been eyeing.

You want to look for SPF that protects from both UVA and UVB rays and, because sun protection is about more than just preventing burning, you shouldn't really be slathering anything less than SPF 30 on your limbs and up to 50 on your face. Keep scrolling for the seven best affordable drugstore sunscreens out there.

Now, see the skincare product to switch to if your moisturiser feels too heavy for summer.