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Burnout Ocean Tested Physical Spf30+ 3.4 OZ

4.4 out of 5 stars 123 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • UVA / UVB broad-spectrum protection.
  • Very water resistant.
  • 18.6% Zinc Oxide.
  • Chemical-free, biodegradeable, ocean-safe, eco-sensitive.
  • Paraben-free, petroleum-free, paba-free.

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Product Description

Super moisturizing formula. Enriched with Virgin Hemp Seed Oil, Aloe Vera, and Antioxidant Vitamins to soothe and rejuvenate sun-damaged skin.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 6 inches ; 4.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000851N9E
  • UPC: 651936300001
  • Item model number: 3000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,439 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)

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Ingredients
Purified Water, Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice*, Capric/ Caprylic Triglycerides, Sorbitan Stearate, Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate, Cetyl Dimethicone, Magnesium Sulfate, Organic Avocado Oil*, Virgin Hemp Seed Oil, Organic Cucumber Extract*, Organic Green Tea Extract*, Tocopherols, Organic Pomegranate Juice*, Helionori, Hyaluronic Acid, Ethylhexylglycerin, Hydrogenated Methyl Abiate, Polyaminopropyl Biguanide.

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By C. Chen on July 26, 2011
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I'm a big proponent of the physical sunscreens and did a lot of research in the cosmetic database. For 2 years now I've been using Solar Rx, a very high quality physical sunscreen and have been happy with it's performance. I spend a lot of time playing beach volleyball and needed a sunscreen that could stand up to the strong Southern California rays. During a game a few weeks ago my brother had Burnout in his bag and I gave it a try. By comparison Burnout has a slightly smoother and more fluid consistency than Solar Rx so it was easier to apply and work into my skin. After using Burnout for a few weeks have decided to switch for several reasons:

1. Solar Rx is $7.92 per ounce while Burnout is only $4.94 per ounce -- almost 40% cheaper. Neither product is cheap so it is a big bonus to save some bucks on sunscreen.

2. Burnout smells better. Solar Rx has a mild scent that I don't like that much -- somewhat like the smell of clay. Though it is mild I have a sensitive nose and it bothers me a little. Burnout's smell is similar to a fragrant or essential oil that is very subtle but more pleasant.

3. Burnout has a better consistency that is easier to apply. SolarRx gets really tacky and when I dive in the sand I have a really hard time getting the sand off because it sticks strongly to SolarRx. I don't seem to have the problem with Burnout.
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I was one of Burnout's greatest fans until they changed the ingredients. The OLD formula had an excellent rating from EWG and it worked great - stayed on, never burned. The ingredients were recognizable and natural for the most part. It was time to replenish for summer, so I ordered a few tubes. The tubes that I received had a completely different ingredient list that would definitely cause EWG to change its rating from "great" to "not so great" Now the company is using new CHEMICALS with very limited safety data, and they are far from natural.

I'm giving this product two stars instead of one, because if you get the old formula, it is amazing and I would highly recommend it. However, based on the new ingredient list alone, I will not recommend this product to anyone anymore. Sorry to see such a great product go, but my family's health is more important.
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This truly used to be the best sunscreen on the market. It was the only mineral sunscreen I'd found that was (note the word WAS) light, non-greasy, and non-white. Now it's 100% the opposite. It's thick and sticky and my kids have complained that the new formula runs into their eyes and stings. From what I can tell, if you want to seek out the old formula, it's the bottle that has the cartoon picture of a person--this one seems to always have the old formula. If you don't get the picture, you have the new formula which is sticky and awful. I truly don't know why they changed this product. The market is filled with goopy white mineral sunscreens. They had the only product which wasn't this, and now are like all the rest, and in some cases worse.
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This product is amazing. After reviewing EWG's sunscreen report I went with Burnout for our 8 day Florida beach vacation. I am as pale as they come with light eyes and freckles, I burn in about ten minutes unprotected. Came home after 8 days of 4+ hours per day July sun and only ONE burn where I forgot to apply it. My sister-in-law used it on her face once and her regular 50 SPF everywhere else three times. She fried like a lobster except for her face. We put it all over her babies (same skin types) and no burns on any of them either! I'm sold! Easy to rub on, no smell, and lasts for hours. Other family members used the spray on type stuff for wet skin and fried also, just as reported by EWG. Totally worth the money!
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Due to health concerns and some advice from a healthcare-affiliated friend, my family has joined the non-nano zinc, topical/physical sunscreen ranks. We have been avid sunscreen users for years but have recently become more ingredient conscious and health-smart; looking for products with few, natural ingredients that perform as/better than chemical stews. The larger zinc particles in physical, non-nano sunscreens cannot be absorbed through the skin so they don't make their way into blood, organs, and tissues.
We just returned from a week at a mid-Atlantic beach- sunny all day, every day. We brought three non-nano products with us. The batch we made at home with a few simple ingredients performed well and was very cost-effective, but it was greasy and sticky and all-around unpleasant on the skin. A competitor to the BurnOut product performed well, too, but cost about $1.50 more per ounce and left more residual white-film. For four out of the six beach days, we used the BurnOut physical sunscreen on our fair-skinned 12 year-old and even after 2-3 hours in sand and water; reapply then 2-3 more hours- no burn; not even a hint of pink. Generally, after a week in the sun, he looks like an art project gone awry or a box of Neopolitan ice cream- a little pink, a little brown and a little white here, there and everywhere. The only problem occurred under his eyes where he incessantly rubbed the salt water (and sunscreen away) while playing in the water. This is a topical sunscreen so it will rub off, but the water and general sand contact did not affect performance in the least. Hands down, it stayed on better than the other (homemade and competitor) products.
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