The best sunscreens in the market I am in, are La roche Posay, Avene, Vichy, Ombrelle, and Biotherm. They are high quality sunscreens that even our local dermatologist recommends to people. They are all OK for sensitive skins, but having said that, it doesn't mean that someone won't ever have a reaction to one of the ingredients. For example, ILuvNY found La Roche Posay too itchy. But most people love it. I have people from the US that come and buy hundreds of dollars of their products including the sunscreens, because they cannot get this line in the US. Sunscreens in foundations are generally not that great - they are OK for in and out of the car...not for being outside for any length of time. They also break down after a couple of hours. Same with a moisturizer with SPF in it - many are fine for "in and out" but not for time outside. In that case you need a regular good quality sunblock. In your countries, (I am in Canada) I am sure you have other sunscreen lines that are good too. Hope this helps a bit.