Equate Beauty Age Guard Face Sunscreen Lotion SPF 110 vs. Neutrogena Age Shield Face Oil-Free Lotion Sunscreen SPF 110

Brandefy Similarity Score:

Some small differences but similar overall.

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Brandefy Review

These products have nearly identical ingredient panels, with 100% of the same active ingredients, so effectiveness matches up. The only notable difference is that Equate smells slightly more like chemicals.

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Sarah Feinman


Walmart does it again! Love to save!



For years I had used Neutrogena sunscreen but once I tried the Equate brand I will never go back! Both products work very well, without leaving any oily feel so I recommend buying the Equate brand sunscreen to save a few dollars!

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