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California Baby SPF 30 + Sunscreen Lotion - Super Sensitive, 2.9 oz

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  • No fragrance non-chemical sunscreen, PABA Free
  • Scatters & reflects UV rays
  • Contains organic & sustainably grown ingredients
  • Non-whitening, non-penetrating titanium dioxide
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Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions5.2 x 1.6 x 1.5 inches
UPC089819114887 792692021134
Item model number2172
Safety warningFor external use only. When using this product, patch test before use, keep out of eyes, clean with soap and water to remove. Stop use and ask a doctor if irritation develops. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact Poison Control within the U.S.
Number of items1
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ASINB000GZNGLE
Best Sellers Rank #10,199 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  
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Product Description

2.9 oz / 82.22 grams flip tube. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) states that if exposure to the sun is unavoidable and your baby is under 6 months, a non-chemical sunscreen (like ours) should be used; consult with your physician. The AAP recommends that because an infant's skin is very thin and sensitive, infants under 6 months should be kept out of the sun. No fragrance or scent masking agents. Use on face (does not sting the eyes) and body. Created especially for those who cannot tolerate fragrance. May be used everyday/year-round. SPF Protection Level: Provides high-level protection against sunburn. Water Resistant: Retains effectiveness after 80 minutes of activity in water or perspiring. Unfragranced, PABA free, non-chemical, California Baby sunscreen is perfect for those with skin sensitivities or fragrance allergies. California Baby's active ingredient is a highly micronized titanium dioxide that scatters and reflects dangerous UV rays, offering UVA-UVB broad-spectrum protection. This lotion is simple and elegant; it glides on smoothly and will not slip off when it comes into contact with water, so you may rest assured that it will last. Non-staining formula. Very water-resistant. Highly recommended by leading dermatologists and allergists for their patients with chemical sensitivities and fragrance intolerance. No nut oils, gluten, soy, oat or dairy. Made in the U.S.A.

Customer Reviews

No burns and it doesn't smell at all.
Mommyofthree
She has the most sensitive skin and this stuff really works!
Charsmom
I will definitely be buying more when I run out.
erinmichele

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 57 people found the following review helpful By SunshineState on November 18, 2010
I'm late to the game and just realized that there are lots of harmful agents in even the supposedly gentle sunscreen for kids. We went thru testing lots of sunscreens, but b/c I don't want the chemical blocks (anything that doesn't have titanium or zinc oxide) that'd react with skin, we usually use Bull Frog Solarsphere (which is pretty good) but it's very thick and white, even though it does the job done. I was forced to use chemical blocks (most of the products on the market) but non are as effective as the physical block sunscreens (ie, those with titanium oxide). I was so happy to have found California Baby sunscreen at a friend's recommendation. Before I bought it I cautiously read the reviews on Amazon, especially the negative ones. I'm glad I did, b/c apparently there are different types of California Baby, some aren't PABA free.

This one, the one says fragrant free, does NOT contain PABA. So please read the ingredients carefully before you order (words that ends with -paraben is the one you don't want to have in your sunscreen).

I had no problem with spreading this white cream evenly onto my skin (and I have very tanned skin). It is not streaky, messy, and sticky. It goes on very smoothly, and my skin is only a slight shade lighter, very slight, once I fully spread it on my skin.

This product does contain titanium oxide, so it's supposed to remain ON TOP of the skin, not inside the skin and being absorbed (i read some complained about this). That's how they block the UV ray, and that's why the physical blocks don't irritate skin and are safer for young children to use.
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83 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Julien Versailles on June 10, 2011
Kumazawa, et. al. in their study, "Effects of Titanium Ions and Particles on Neutrophil Function and Morphology" concluded that cytotoxicity (danger to the cell) was dependent on the particle size of titanium dioxide. The smaller the particle size, the more toxic it is. This conclusion is relevant to the consumer because of the cosmetics industry's increasing use of micronized pigments in sunscreens and colour cosmetics. Nanoparticles of titanium dioxide are used in sunscreens because they are colourless at that size and still absorb ultraviolet light. Many cosmetic companies are capitalizing on metal oxide nanoparticles. We have seen, however, that if titanium dioxide particles used to act as a sunscreen are small enough, they can penetrate the cells, leading to photocatalysis within the cell, causing DNA damage after exposure to sunlight (Powell, et. al. 1996) The fear is that this could lead to cancer in the skin. Studies with subjects who applied sunscreens with micronized titanium dioxide daily for 2-4 weeks showed that the skin can absorb microfine particles. These particles were seen in the percutaneous layers of the skin under UV light. Coarse or fine particles of titanium dioxide are safe and effective at deflecting and absorbing UV light, protecting the skin, but consumers should avoid using products with micronized mineral pigments, either in sunscreens or colour cosmetics.
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31 of 39 people found the following review helpful By L. M. Alvator on June 1, 2009
Although I love California Baby's bath products and their Sunscreen Stick, I was surprisingly disappointed in this product. I applied it very generously on my toddler's arms and legs, and it did not seem to protect her for more than a half hour in the sun. Additionally, she has very sensitive skin and I found that it irritated her arms with small bumps. Perhaps for a baby that is not very fair skinned or sensitive, this product works better.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Djsmackcat on April 1, 2012
While this product seems good and applies nicely to my skin, my daughter, who is black, looks like she is starring in a zombie film. It turned her skin an awful purplish color.
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26 of 35 people found the following review helpful By C. Stoneham on May 26, 2008
Was looking for a sunscreen that wouldn't contribute to bleaching of the coral reefs. I was all excited to find this until I saw that it has "parabens" (propylparaben to be exact) which contribute to coral bleaching. Gonna get this when our baby comes along, but for now, I can't use it to snorkel in Hawai'i. :( Badger sunscreen it is!

EDIT: Despite comments to the contrary, this particular product DOES have parabens (just read the ingredient list provided on this page). Please note, this is NOT the fragrance-free version (which IS, apparently, paraben-free). If you order this specific product, you will recieve a product with parabens.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 12, 2013
We have used this the past two years and although it did have it's flaws, I wanted something mostly natural that didn't irritate our sensitive skin. This did make you look a bit purple and was hard to wash off, but it definitely worked. In March of 2013, we bought some for Spring Break and I noticed the bottle looked a little changed but it didn't say new formula or anything like that. I put it on and noticed that it went on better so I wondered if they made changes, but we were on the beach so I had to use it regardless. I burned so bad it almost ruined my vacation. I compared the old and new bottles when we got home and they lowered the levels of sunscreen ingredients and changed some of the others.

So, it no longer works and I'm upset that they didn't make it more obvious that this was no longer the same product. Shame because I bought all the old ones I could find and have to start all over for a new brand now. The reviews before 2013 would not be representative of this product in stores now.
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