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This highly concentrated, 100% all-natural sunscreen lotion with green tea helps protect you by reflecting UV rays away from your skin. Plus, it is water resistant, hypoallergenic, and free of chemical fragrances, parabens (harsh chemical preservatives) and free of nanoparticles. Ideal for the whole family. SPF15 and SPF30 are 8 fl oz, SPF50 is 5.4 fl oz.
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This sunblock is so thick and chalky - absolutely does not rub in and it was clumping. I would not recommend buying it. Im throwing my bottle away!Published 15 days ago by Dina Walters
This paste is thick yet washes off quickly in the water. I had to reapply yet my kids still got a slight burn.Published 13 months ago by HighEnergy
I like the fact that there isn't a lot of junk in this product, but I was shocked to see how small the bottle was for the price. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Debbie H
I was okay with the reviews that said it left you looking white because I was going to use it on my 2 and 4 yr old, but the product doesn't absorb well - it actually kind of flakes... Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. Smith
I really didn't like the texture and looking really white like makeup and difficult to apply unless you mix it with some
Other lotion. I won't buy again.
I have no complains but complements for the seller: top service! But the product itself is now sitting on my make up table. It is too thick, won't mix or spread evenly. Read morePublished on December 6, 2012 by Nani