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In all honesty, I'm not sure such a thing exists. If you don't care about getting something for your face that has a really natural "no sunscreen" look you could get something with a really high SPF (as in 100+). Theoretically doubling the SPF (e.g. going from 30 to 60) will double the amount of time you can withstand sunlight before developing sunburn. But because you sweat and start to wipe your face, and the ingredients start to evaporate off your skin or break down, no dermatologist is going to recommend using a higher SPF over reapplying throughout the day. You could invest in a wider brimmed hat, bigger sunglasses, or some kind of visor if it wouldn't interfere with your job. Maybe also consider getting a sunscreen stick which is kind of like a deodorant stick you just wipe over your face without using your hands, or maybe a sunscreen spray? The sprays aren't as effective but are better than nothing. Best of luck!

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Just to add to it: Adding an SPF spray or powder on top of a lotion layer can also help "top-up" the protection, but it won't provide a full uniform coverage. Unfortunately, to get a proper protection, you'd need to reapply at least once, around midday

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I would personally recommend Peter Thomas Roth clear spf 45 sunscreen or Zitstika sunscreen glow drops for more acne prone skin which is also good. Also Dermalogica has a really good spf50 as well 😉

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