OK, I started using this sunblock because I react badly to sun screen now because of some lotion I've used, and this sun screen doesn't cause any allergic reactions, which is a major bonus! When I sprayed it on, it left a layer of oil on my skin, which is not really "oil-free" as it had said, but it did go away with a little rubbing. It had a light soothing smell that didn't really bother me much, especially since all sense of the sunscreen disappeared once I jumped into the pool.
Later in the day, I checked to see if I had a tan, which would be quite obvious since it's summer and I was in a bathing suit. The sunscreen was SPF 50 since I hate to tan, and not an ounce of me was tanner. That really made me happy! The next day, the day I would usually start to itch and become irritated by sunscreen, my skin was the way it was before. It was as if I had never been in the sun at all!
I'm pleased to say that this is a great sunscreen. It may be oily, but at least I didn't tan. And to me, that's all that really matters. If you don't like the oily feeling, which goes away rather quickly, then I suggest a different lotion, but really, the oil from the spray isn't as oily as from the lotion form.