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I used this when I went to the beach, and even after reapplying every 30 minutes AND after every dip in the water, I still got burned.
It take a REALLY, REALLY long time to rub in...and even after rubbing and rubbing it still doesn't quite rub in all the way, leaving a white residue in certain places.
No matter how small of an amount you use or how long you spend rubbing it in, it will make your skin look white and leaves a greasy film.
Don't like it at all! Not easy to apply, you stay "white", and after a nice swimming.... you pick your bath towel and run home because you look like an allien!Published 1 month ago by M.
Not poisonous but not as effective at its intended purpose as some other brands I've tried.Published 3 months ago by Nick
Sure it is a little pasty but very safe for your skin. MUch more preferable than other "traditional" sunscreens. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Max
This sunscreen is gritty, gloppy, gray, and greasy. The Badger brand that we prefer is somewhat more expensive, but much nicer to spread and use.Published 15 months ago by kaylee18
I purchased two of these and I'm throwing them out. They got permanent grease marks on the insides of our car doors.Published 16 months ago by janice saffir
This works great. My son has never been sunburned. It's a little thick and leaves him coated in white but I will trade that for peace of mind knowing its a safe product. Read morePublished 23 months ago by swirvn
I bought it for my trip to Mexico. I applied it on my face, arms and legs, which made my skin look absolutely pale. Then I was hit by a heavy rain. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Amazon Customer