Skincare is my hobby, I'm always on the look out for affordable, decent sunscreens. This one is okay. It's a good option to try if you're not super acne prone, but still sensitive. It's pretty thick and sticky--as is most drugstore stuff. One of the perks of spending a little more is getting a better texture. It'd be a good sunscreen for kids though! Even though there's a white cast. A little rubbing and it does go away. With most drugstore stuff if you wait 10-15 mins and then rub in, it saves a lot of hassle. That way it sinks in a bit instead of just smearing it all over and irritating your skin more. This banana boat is a psychical sunscreen, which means it lasts longer. If you're looking at sunscreens for anti aging purposes, psychical sunscreens are the ones to go for so you don't have to reapply every 2 hours. (And also don't sting.) My biggest problem with this particular sunscreen is that it has vitamin e. People love it in skincare, but vitamin e can actually be a problem and makes a lot of folks break out. Like myself. It doesn't help that vitamin e is usually referred to as Tocopheryl Acetate. Your average person isn't going to look up individual ingredients. Absorption It's a little thick so it takes a bit to absorb.