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BurnOut SPF 35 KIDS Broad Spectrum, 3.4 oz.

4.0 out of 5 stars 336 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Finally, the perfect sunscreen for babies and kids! Finally, the perfect sun protection solution for babies and kids!
  • Hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic, fragrance-free, non-greasy, and perfect for sensitive skin.
  • Biodegradable, ocean-safe, and eco-sensitive. Rich in Antioxidants, and enriched with Extracts of Helionori, Pomegranate, and Plantain to protect and nourish skin.
  • Chemical-free, paraben-free, petroleum-free, PABA-free. Recommended by pediatricians and dermatologists
  • UVA/UVB broad-spectrum protection

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Product Description

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Finally, the perfect sunscreen for babies and kids! Recommended by pediatricians and dermatologists. Hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic, fragrance-free, non-greasy, and perfect for sensitive skin. 3.4 oz.

Product Details

Size: 1 Pack
  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 1.5 x 5.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0037AO682
  • UPC: 651936800006
  • Item model number: 8000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (336 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,175 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)

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By Jeffrey Howard on July 6, 2012
Size: 1 Pack Verified Purchase
Forget that this says for kids...I'm 29 and my girlfriend and I have used this product for 3 months. In fact, I spent about 7 hours in the Miami, FL sun yesterday - on the boat - and have no sunburn whatsoever. I applied this all over my body before we went out and did not reapply. Only went swimming once though (about halfway through the day) and did not towel off. Not only was I protected but I was not all pasty white - the sunscreen rubs in well - not as well as the chemical stuff but none of my friends noticed anything on my skin.

It took me a long time but I found this sunscreen was the only one on Amazon to meet my criteria:

1) Highly rated with a good number of reviews
2) Scores no higher than a 1 on the EWG Skin Deep database
3) Verified and openly NON nano zinc oxide
4) Zinc oxide as the sun-blocking agent
5) A price that I can actually afford

Now more detail:

1) My first ever experience with physical sunblock (using zinc oxide, I think it was a Neutrogena product about 3-4 years ago) as opposed to the chemical variety was not good. It hardly rubbed in at all, left me very pasty white (with little white specks all over me), and came off in a cloud in the pool. I was not eager to try it again...but I read many bad things about the chemicals in modern sunscreens and while not perfect itself, zinc oxide is the better choice. One of the reasons I love Amazon is because of the reviews - I try not to buy any products that aren't highly rated. For me, Burn Out sunscreen lives up to the solid reviews it's earned here.

2) The Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep website that ranks products based on their danger/toxicity scores this product a 1 on a scale of 0-10 (0 being the safest).
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I loved this sunscreen - it worked well, wasn't too greasy or sticky (at least as far as natural sunscreens go) and had only a handful of ingredients that were all safe. I went to purchase more and was so excited to see that it was finally available on Amazon...that is, until I saw the list of ingredients. It's been completely reformulated with several ingredients that are considered less than safe by the EWG, which is really disappointing. I hate it when small companies start to grow and lose sight of what made their products unique and great.
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What are you doing BurnOut? You used to have the very best sunscreen for both children and adults. Now you have changed the formula. I am looking at the old bottle (purchased in March 2013) right now. It is a list of natural ingredients. It has worked perfectly each and every time we have used it. Now I need to waste a few more hours of my life to find another sunscreen.... I hope someone from the company reads this review and responds. I will become a loyal customer again if you change the formula back to the way it was, which was natural and effective. It looks like many other reviewers agree. Did you make these changes to save money? This is what it seems like to me, given the nature of the changes. So disappointed in you BurnOut.
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I've tried so many of the chemical-free sunscreens on the market including California Baby (stick and lotion), Sunny Days (stick), Ocean Potion Naturals, UV Natural Baby, Neutrogena Sensitive Skin mineral sunblock, Alba Botanica "SUN" kids mineral sunscreen...to name the ones I can remember. I like BurnOut Kids the best for several reasons: 1) it works well even on my son's pasty-white skin 2) it's not greasy at all 3) it blends in really well and doesn't leave you looking too white. 4) And most important, it got really safe marks on the EWG (Environmental Working Group) web site. The only negative is it leaves your skin with a slightly tacky feeling, but to me it's much better than a greasy feeling.
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I am so disappointed that they changed what was a wonderful product. And, Amazon made me think it was the same by saying "You purchased this before..." The new version (with no picture on the front) goes on white and leaves your hands greasy after applying. And, it now contains Polysorbate 60 (rated 3 by EWG) and Phenoxyethanol (rated 4).
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*summer 2014* i have been using this sunscreen for several years. i USED to love it and so did my kids - pleasant smell, not greasy, and most importantly - no burns. i have had skin cancer twice and it's important to me that my kids are protected - from the sun and the chemicals in the products we use. unfortunately, my kids have been coming home from camp "fried" after having never burned with this product before. i thought it was my fault and applied more liberally, but they were still getting burned. i have some old tubes from last summer (i label dates on sunscreen tubes) and compared the ingredients only to find out that they have changed their formula. BEWARE! this does not work anymore. shame on you burn out! i had recently purchased more tubes of this thinking i had gotten a bad batch and will now return them. back to ewg to spend an hour and more $ trying to find a product that works as well as the old burn out formula. too bad - why mess with something that worked so well???
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