Did a search and didn't see anything recent. So what is your choice for a sunscreen for fishing?
That is what the Blue Lizard people say, too. Apparently, it's illegal in Australia to even claim an SPF protection above it.Outhouse said:Guys, I played golf last year with a young tech for Coppertone here in Memphis. He said the difference in the SPF above 30 wasn't worth the money. Last night I was reading my Golf Digest mag and they had an article that basically said the same thing. This article said the FDA was investigating whether there was any difference at all above 30. Just FYI.
or you can use CVS Sunscreen SPF 45 exact same ingredients as Sol Blue, won't sting your eyes and a 2oz container is only $2.99.....RoyP said:Charkbait has a product called Sol Bluewater that is rated SPF36 and does not burn your eyes. The eye part is important to me, as I always seem to get it in my eyes sooner or later.
The company was founded in Oceanside California and later acquired by Chattem, Inc. of Chattenooga, TN. My recollection is that it was the first (or one of the first) waterproof sunscreens. I also seem to recall it was only available at surf shops for a long time. I used to use it a lot when I was sponging.oldtrackster said:
Right, for a lot of guys, it generally does not go on until the first bite?s over.ChannelIslands said:IMO its not the sunscreen as much as it is putting it on every couple hours. Also put in on a half hour before you go in the sun since it takes that long to start working.