The Waterman's article got me wondering.
I think it is awesome that some of the top names are getting a high quality sunscreen company involved in wake, and I myself am becoming more concerned about the sunscreen that I use on myself, as well as allow in my boat. In a recent Men's Journal (i think it was), it said that only 10-12 of the top sunscreens actually passed the most thorough test in total protection, yet it didn't list those sunscreens. Now think about how many sunscreens are out on the market, and that all it takes is to pass the requirements for protection to the minimum of standards, and minimum ingredients, and how we really don't know what it takes to be protected.
1) What sunscreen do you use and any specific reason why?
2) What are the ingredients not recommended for boat upholstery? ( or those that are)
3) What are the top sunscreens in your opinion, and those that may be more specific to boating and riding?
Growing up I used Bull Frog Quick Dry, because it seemed to work and I could slap it on and get in the water sooner. Now I do sprays, so I can get my back and areas without asking a stranger to wipe me. Now I don't know what to use. I found an old tube of HeadHunter Surf Screen, which seemed to work well but ruined my shirt.