Check out a review for Neutrogena's Sensitive Skin Sunblock SPF 30:http://www.beautyped...V9E7Ggx8l3H7A==
It also contains titanium dioxide as it's sunblock instead of a chemical sunscreen, which is great, and titanium dioxide is an excellent sunblock.
Physician's Formula might work for you as well: http://www.beautyped...7BTUq/W9dKxSQ==
One thing to keep in mind with these is whether either of them contain nanosized particles of titanium dioxide less than 30nm. If so, there is controversy about whether or not your body can absorb these through the skin. You might check out Elta MD's line, as the particles are bigger than 30nm, and I believe this one is for sensitive skin: http://www.eltamd.co...etail.aspx?p=18
. I use another of their sunscreens and absolutely love it. It doesn't go on white, and it's well-formulated.