Great question! I would like something too. Once I read that even foundation with spf may not be enough. I don't know if that is true or not. I have primer with spf in it, but wonder if I need a sunscreen to wear or if moisturizer with spf 30 is good. Of course if I am going to be out in the sun for a while, I would think I need sunscreen.
My face is a grease pit, and I've found that this one doesn't give me zits OR make my face greasy. It's also on a list somewhere as one of the best sunscreens to use. I think it was a list of chemicals to avoid, and this sunscreen does't have any of those.
I use an array of Neutrogena sunscreens, too. For my face and neck I've been using Neutrogena's Age Shield SPF 110. They also have some ultra sheer/dry touch products that really do what they advertise. The ultra sheer sunscreen is a bit more dewy looking on the skin and is great if you need moisture. The ultra sheer/dry touch really does feel dry, no streaks and is sheer.
*Wanted to add that I have a pricier sunscreen that I use on occasion. It's called Tizo Solar Protection Formula, Facial Mineral Fusion SPF 40. It has a slight tint to it, wears like a primer, glides on easily, is not sticky, dry to the touch and does not irritate my eyes. I have the matching lip balm, too. I also have an assortment of powdered sunscreens. One is in a compact and another is a mineral powder. I keep these in my purse to reapply sun protection when I'm on the go.
I use CeraVe on my face daily (summer and winter), with a very light, buffed out layer of tinted moisturizer that also has SPF 30 over it. I use Neutrogena SPF 70 on my neck, chest, and arms. I see so many women (myself included) with so much sun damage to their chest it makes me think they're neglecting that area.
I use Vivierskin facial sunscreen lotion with SPF 30. I love it! It works great under make up. It's not greasy, sticky or shiny. Mine is a 2 fl oz with a pump, and it lasts just shy of a year with daily use..
I use one of the oil of Olay moisturizer's but it only has an SPF 15. Last year I submitted my face to one of those things that looks at Sun damage. At 63, I just had one small spot at the top of my nose.... And I do spend a lot of time outside.
Anyway, if they do have one with a higher SPF I have very oily skin and the stuff has been very kind to my face.
One of the advantages to oily skin, is later in life, you get less wrinkles. I'm finally old enough to find a benefit to oily skin!