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Supergoop! Is Having a Rare Sitewide Sale—Here’s What to Buy

When Supergoop came onto the scene 15 years ago, it did the impossible: It made sunscreen something you want to wear daily, instead of slapping it on just for a day at the beach. The brand launched with an allover lotion that founder Holly Thaggard distributed at schools across Texas to encourage sun protection in kids; today the brand has more than 40 SPF products, ranging from sun-blocking eye shadows to a weightless face lotion.

Beloved for its sophisticated formulas, clean tendencies, and cheerful packaging, the brand has become the go-to sunscreen brand for editors, celebs, and shoppers across the country—and paved the way for the crop of cool new sunscreen brands that are now popping up.

While we’re thrilled to have options beyond the greasy, goopy sunscreens of summers past, an assortment this big of what many—including us—consider a necessity can be a little overwhelming. That’s where we come in. We had Glamour editors put the entire line to the test to narrow down the best of the best from the brand. Read on for the best Supergoop products worth your money. 

Great news! Starting Thursday, September 16, you can score 20% off Supergoop products for the brand’s Friends & Family sale with the code SUPER20. The promo is sitewide and runs from now until Tuesday, September 21, so shop it while you can. 

All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Billie Eilish Reveals Her No Time To Die Theme Song Has A Classic James Bond Easter Egg

No Time To Die is a film that’s trying to close out the Daniel Craig era of 007 with a bold confidence, which includes doing some things differently. While Hans Zimmer, Billie Eilish, and Finneas were all aware they were contributing to a more modern musical landscape in No Time To Die, they certainly remembered to honor the classic swagger the music of James Bond has always held. It’s decisions like that which allow the James Bond franchise to continue as a venerated box office staple, while also giving the formula involved in the process some room to evolve.

Melissa McCarthy’s New Netflix Movie The Starling Has Screened, And The First Reviews Are Brutal

Though the Covid-19 pandemic continues, Melissa McCarthy has already had a film release this year, Thunder Force (for which the reviews were… not so positive). Now she’s back on the big screen, this time for the comedy-drama The Starling, before the movie eventually lands on Netflix. In it she co-stars with Chris O’Dowd, Kevin Kline, Timothy Olyphant, Daveed Diggs, Skyler Gisondo, Laura Harrier, and Loretta Devine. The drama features McCarthy and O’Dowd as Lilly and Jack, a married couple who lose their baby, which leads Jack to head off to deal with his grief while Lilly remains in the “real” world, dealing with her own guilt. As if Lilly’s troubles weren’t bad enough, a starling begins to harass her and she becomes comically obsessed with trying to kill it. The movie was directed by Theodore Melif (Hidden Figures) and written by Matt Harris.

Gabrielle Union Opens Up About the ‘Trauma’ of Dwyane Wade Having a Baby With Another Woman

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are one of Twitter’s favorite couples, but they’ve had their fair share of struggles. And in a new essay for Time, Union opens up about a particularly difficult period for the pair: when Wade had a child with another woman in 2013, while he and the Being Mary Jane star were briefly broken up. (They first met in 2007 and confirmed their romance in 2012.) 

The experience was a trying one for Union, as she was experiencing difficulty getting pregnant herself. The actor has adenomyosis, a form of endometritis that often causes infertility. She’s gone through IVF and has had several miscarriages. In 2018, she and Wade welcomed a baby via surrogate. 

But in regards to what happened five years before that, Union wrote for Time, “In 2013, before we were married, Dwyane had a baby with another woman. It should go without saying that we were not in a good place at the time that child was conceived. But we were doing much better when he finally told me about the pregnancy. To say I was devastated is to pick a word on a low shelf for convenience. There are people—strangers I will never meet—who have been upset that I have not previously talked about that trauma. I have not had words, and even after untold amounts of therapy I am not sure I have them now.”

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade in 2020.

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She continued, “The experience of Dwyane having a baby so easily—while I was unable to—left my soul not just broken into pieces, but shattered into fine dust scattering in the wind.” 

Eventually, the couple was able to find their way back to each other and are now in a happy marriage with a beautiful family. “Each day, he had worked to be forgiven, and I had chosen to do so,” she wrote. “And part of this journey of making peace with our love is also making peace with ourselves. I had come to accept that without that awful collision in our lives—this Big Bang moment in our relationship that set our galaxy as we knew it—we wouldn’t have become the individuals we wanted to be.”

Read Gabrielle Union’s full essay here.

Gabrielle Union Recalls the ‘Trauma’ of Dwyane Wade Having a Baby With Another Woman

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are one of Twitter’s favorite couples, but they’ve had their fair share of struggles. And in a new essay for Time, Union opens up about a particularly difficult period for the pair: when Wade had a child with another woman in 2013, while he and the Being Mary Jane star were briefly broken up. (They first met in 2007 and confirmed their romance in 2012.) 

The experience was a trying one for Union, as she was experiencing difficulty getting pregnant herself. The actor has adenomyosis, a form of endometritis that often causes infertility. She’s gone through IVF and has had several miscarriages. In 2018, she and Wade welcomed a baby via surrogate. 

But in regards to what happened five years before that, Union wrote for Time, “In 2013, before we were married, Dwyane had a baby with another woman. It should go without saying that we were not in a good place at the time that child was conceived. But we were doing much better when he finally told me about the pregnancy. To say I was devastated is to pick a word on a low shelf for convenience. There are people—strangers I will never meet—who have been upset that I have not previously talked about that trauma. I have not had words, and even after untold amounts of therapy I am not sure I have them now.”

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade in 2020.

Johnny Nunez/Getty Images

She continued, “The experience of Dwyane having a baby so easily—while I was unable to—left my soul not just broken into pieces, but shattered into fine dust scattering in the wind.” 

Eventually, the couple was able to find their way back to each other and are now in a happy marriage with a beautiful family. “Each day, he had worked to be forgiven, and I had chosen to do so,” she wrote. “And part of this journey of making peace with our love is also making peace with ourselves. I had come to accept that without that awful collision in our lives—this Big Bang moment in our relationship that set our galaxy as we knew it—we wouldn’t have become the individuals we wanted to be.”

Read Gabrielle Union’s full essay here.

Gabrielle Union Opens Up About the ‘Trauma’ of Dwyane Wade’s Having a Baby With Another Woman

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are one of Twitter’s favorite couples, but they’ve had their fair share of struggles. And in a new essay for Time, Union opens up about a particularly difficult period for the pair: when Wade had a child with another woman in 2013, while he and the Being Mary Jane star were briefly broken up. (They first met in 2007 and confirmed their romance in 2012.) 

The experience was a trying one for Union, as she was experiencing difficulty getting pregnant herself. The actor has adenomyosis, a form of endometritis that often causes infertility. She’s gone through IVF and has had several miscarriages. In 2018, she and Wade welcomed a baby via surrogate. 

But in regards to what happened five years before that, Union wrote for Time, “In 2013, before we were married, Dwyane had a baby with another woman. It should go without saying that we were not in a good place at the time that child was conceived. But we were doing much better when he finally told me about the pregnancy. To say I was devastated is to pick a word on a low shelf for convenience. There are people—strangers I will never meet—who have been upset that I have not previously talked about that trauma. I have not had words, and even after untold amounts of therapy I am not sure I have them now.”

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade in 2020.

Johnny Nunez/Getty Images

She continued, “The experience of Dwyane having a baby so easily—while I was unable to—left my soul not just broken into pieces, but shattered into fine dust scattering in the wind.” 

Eventually, the couple was able to find their way back to each other and are now in a happy marriage with a beautiful family. “Each day, he had worked to be forgiven, and I had chosen to do so,” she wrote. “And part of this journey of making peace with our love is also making peace with ourselves. I had come to accept that without that awful collision in our lives—this Big Bang moment in our relationship that set our galaxy as we knew it—we wouldn’t have become the individuals we wanted to be.”

Read Gabrielle Union’s full essay here.

Jamie Lee Curtis Drops F-Bomb Over Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow Lawsuit

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a well-oiled machine over the years, with every single installment in Phase Three being a critical and box office success. But there’s been some speed bumps along the way, most recently with Scarlett Johansson suing Disney over Black Widow money that was lost. And now the legendary Jamie Lee Curtis has dropped an F-bomb over ScarJo’s lawsuit.

Watch Henry Cavill Get Superman Ripped In New Video

As previously mentioned, Henry Cavill has been keeping extremely busy, leading his own Netflix series while also taking on film roles. Fans are eager to see him return as Sherlock Holmes in Enola Holmes 2, but there are still many holding out hope that he’ll don Superman’s signature cape again on the big screen. For his part, the actor seems interested, although there’s currently no timeline as to when this might happen.

Deaf Eternals Star Lauren Ridloff Explains How Angelina Jolie Supported Her During Challenges On Set

Lauren Ridloff also says she has become more comfortable with asking for what she needs on sets. While she admits to previously trying to be as easy as possible to work with, because she was afraid of appearing fragile, Ridloff maintains that every actor has their own needs, their own things that make it easier for them to do their job. That’s true of any person in any job and everybody should have the opportunity to get access to the tools they need to get their jobs done, regardless of ability.

Amazing Spider-Man’s Andrew Garfield Explains What He Wanted To Bring To Peter Parker, But What About No Way Home?

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Spider-Man is one of the most popular superheroes in all of Marvel’s catalogue. And as such, he’s been adapted for film in three different franchises. Andrew Garfield starred in a pair of Amazing Spider-Man movies, with an energy unique from Tobey Maguire’s tenure. Garfield recently explained what he wanted to bring to Peter Parker, but what about his rumored role in No Way Home?