Welcome back to my five-part series, SPF For Your Skin Type. Today we'll dip into sunscreens specific to normal skin. As you know, having normal skin means that your complexion is clear, the texture is a little bit dewy and the under-tones are pinkish and glowy. You, my dears, are the luckiest of the bunch since most sunscreens are suitable for your skin. As for the rest of you with oily, dry or sensitive skin, check out parts I, II and III for sunscreen suggestions for you.

Kinerase Cream with SPF 30 ($135) is made from a mixture of titanium dioxide and encapsulated ethylhexyl methoxycinnimate, both of which keep skin protected from UV rays without that thick white chalky coloring that other high-protection sunscreens have.

We know that Courteney Cox is a huge fan of this line, and have you seen her fabulous skin lately? She's definitely doing something right. For best results, use in the morning only.

For two more sunscreens for normal skin,

SkinMedica Daily Sun Protection for Faces SPF 20 ($30.40) is a non-oily, full spectrum facial sunscreen that is formulated with clear zinc oxide to reflect UVA and UVB sun, as well as vitamins A, C & E to help fight signs of aging.

Zia Natural Ultimate Age-Defying Solar Care Face SPF30 ($16.95) is a great high-performance sunscreen since it is both water- and sweat-resistant. It is oil-free, and it goes on smooth and never feels sticky. It is made from a blend of green tea, ginseng and vitamin E so it helps repair the skin from sun damage while also protecting it from both UVA and UVB rays.