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Devita Solar Protective Moisturizer SPF 30+ -- 2.5 fl oz

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About the Product

  • Solar Protective Moisturizer SPF 30+
  • 100% vegan & paraben free
  • Gluten-sensitive safe

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Devita Solar Protective Moisturizer SPF 30+ -- 2.5 fl oz + Devita Solar Body Moisturizer SPF 30+, 7 Oz
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Product Description

Solar Protective Moisturizer SPF 30+ from DeVita Natural Skin Care is 100% vegan, paraben free and gluten-sensitive safe. This all-natural, sheer, moisturizer/sunscreen is a daytime cream and sunblock all in one! Light enough to wear under make-up, absorbs quickly and leaves the skin nourished and feeling soft & smooth. Offers full-spectrum UVA/UVB sun protection with SPF 30+. Safe for adults and children. Titanium dioxide free.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 1.7 x 1.7 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000Q8R7KW
  • UPC: 682941123491
  • Item model number: DMSPF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,305 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Rich daily moisturizer that contains 3 powerful compounds, which provides excellent sunscreen protection. Screens out UVA/UVB sunrays with equiv. of protection of 30.

Purified Water, Aloe Vera Gel, Capric/Caprylic Triglycerides (derived from coconut oil), Stearic Acid, Vegetable Glycerin, Rhatany Extract (Natural Sun Screen), Glyceryl Stearate (from vegetable oil), Soy Lecithin, Micronized Zinc Oxide (sun screen), Vitamin E Acetate, Allantoin, Comfrey Root Extract, Grapeseed Extract.

In morning apply with light upward strokes to thoroughly cleansed, toned and treated face.

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168 of 173 people found the following review helpful By Borito on November 15, 2012
I had been using this product for at least a year and half, and I LOVED it. Such wonderful texture and such great protection with few and natural ingredients -- it was my oily, break-out prone and sensitive skin's answered prayer. Back in August, however, I was devastated to discover that my brand new tube (and the body formula) suddenly produced this white, thick pasty crap that would eventually get flaky and roll off my skin. My attempt to get answers resulted in another disappointment, this time with DeVita's level of customer service:

When I noticed the difference in the products, I wrote to the company. The person in charge of customer relations, Barbara, was initially helpful; she told me they no longer used the same zinc supplier and asked me to send her the lot numbers of the products I bought. She even offered to send replacement tubes from a "newer" and supposedly better batch.

Well, when I received my "replacement" products, the body creams had popped open at the tube's crimped edge and the face sunscreen had the exact same lot numbers of the ones I had purchased originally. So I basically got two more of the same thing. When I told her about it, she said that the "invoice" showed the numbers were different and only offered to replace the damaged body cream. So she essentially implied I could be lying about receiving the exact same stuff, which I found offensive. I have no reason or desire to swindle a company for free sunscreen (or anything else). I had been buying their products for a very long time with my hard-earned money and had they not destroyed their best items, I'd still be spending my money on them.
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72 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Leota on April 10, 2013
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Ok, this was my Holy Grail sunscreen: a mineral sunscreen, non-nanofied, no silicone, no Shea butter, absorbed like magic, no whitish cast. And NEVER broke me out. It used to be great.

It's true - Their zinc supplier has changed and the product is not the same. Last year, my review would have been 5 stars. But this new product pales in comparison. And by pale I mean I now look like a ghost! Oh Devita, why have you forsaken me???

If you get a tube with a lot number higher than 130501, you have the newest batch per Devita. I just tried it a few days ago. It's not good, it doesn't absorb like it used to. The texture feels thicker, a little dry. I rubbed it in and before I even looked at my face, I was shocked at how white my fingertips were. Caked in white zinc. My face had the telltale white zinc cast as well. So bottom line, it doesn't apply the same, feels thick, doesn't absorb like it used to, and leaves me pastier than I already am.

I truly pray that they figure out how to get this formula back to normal. Or find a different zinc supplier. Because I'm at a loss. I'm scouring the web trying to find something natural to replace this with. And I'm not having much luck. So, so bummed. Everything breaks me out, my skin is sensitive to silicone and unfortunately, Shea butter as well. Any suggestions would be happily accepted.
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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful By A. Foreman on November 9, 2012
This was my go-to, wouldn't-even-think-about-looking-at-something-else moisturizer for over two years. It was light and refreshing feeling, always looked fresh, never ever broke me out, never whitened me, kept my skin nicely moisturized, and never let me get sunburned. It also smelled amazing.

A week ago, my old tube ran out and I made my pilgrimage to Whole Foods to pick up some more. The next day, I squeezed it out of the tube and... it was different. I checked the label to make sure I'd actually picked up the right product. Yep. So I put it on like usual. Except it didn't spread like usual and I had little white flakes all over my hands. I looked at my face in the mirror and I could see the zinc caught in my eyebrows and little flakes of it everywhere, not to mention a very faint white pallor. I cleaned up the excess, and went about my day. I got sweaty and... it started feeling grainy. Sooo not a pleasant feeling.

Apparently, the zinc itself changed. Some reviews say to cut it with a different moisturizer to aid absorption, but that defeats the whole purpose. I'm as devastated as one can be about a facial moisturizer (probably a little more than is healthy), and I can't seem to find anything that really replaces it. In the meantime, I feel like I'm waiting for my face to break out with this new moisturizer that makes my skin look funny.

DeVita! Find new zinc! Or go back to the old stuff. As it stands, you've lost an incredibly loyal customer.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Leon S on July 25, 2010
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I have very fair skin and I've always had to use a daily moisturizer with some form of sunscreen additive. I've tried a whole bunch of products in my lifetime. What I've learned is that it's all about the ingredients. In this day and age with Google at everyone's fingertips, you can stop wasting money and do a search for the pros and cons of each active ingredient.

There are three main ingredients that are used in daily moisturizers with SPF are:

- Avobenzone
- Titanium Oxide
- Zinc Oxide

Most brands with SPF 15 use avobenzone. It's easy to see why. It's the "lightest" feeling additive of the three and so it really feels like a light lotion. The problem with avobenzone is that it degrades in the sun. In my opinion, a sunscreen additive that degrades in the sun simply cannot offer you enough protection throughout the day.

DeVita Natural Skin Care with SPF 30+ uses zinc oxide, which is a more hardy additive. Zinc oxide is not absorbed by the skin and is therefore nonirritating and nonallergenic. It simply sits on the skin and blocks UVA (320-400 nm) and UVB (280-320 nm) light.

With the other daily moisterizers with avobenzone, I always had to bring sunscreen with me if I knew I had to be in direct sunlight for a few hours. With DeVita, it's a real sunscreen and I know that I'm protected.
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