- Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 13.7 x 3.8 cm ; 49.9 g
- Shipping Weight: 90.7 g
- Item model number: WSB47600
- ASIN: B00J4F7W94
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Jan. 23 2013
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,845 in Beauty & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care)
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SPF35 SPORT SUNSCREEN
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Safe, Effective, & Gentle Baby Sunscreen. Badger's SPF30 Baby Sunscreen Cream contains non-nano Zinc Oxide to protect from both UVA & UVB rays, in a base of safe, soothing USDA Certified Organic ingredients. It is water & sweat resistant for 40 minutes, biodegradable, and works immediately upon application. Badger sunscreens have been recommended by the Environmental Working Group, Consumer Reports, the TODAY show, SAFBaby.com and numerous other sources. Packaged in a BPA- and Phthalate-free, recyclable #2 plastic tube. This Baby Sunscreen Cream has the mild scent of Chamomile and Calendula, and can be used by the whole family! Pediatrician tested & approved safe for babies and kids.
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First of all, I did a LOT of research into the best sunscreens that are free from all the yucky stuff. This one came out on top. It's not incredibly expensive. It has just a few ingredients and I can pronounce them all! But most important of all it does work. My son was out all day (7+hours) on a 100% sunny day, I applied before he left for the day and he never reapplied. He came home with no sunburn at all. I was nervous but it worked great. Just full disclosure, he was not sweaty and there was no water involved, so we didn't check out its waterproofness.
The bad: its chalky, really chalky. It's thick and you have to rub and rub and RUB to get this stuff to look even halfway decent on. My children still look chalky and white after I have rubbed it in for an eternity. It is not greasy or sticky however and they don't even think twice about it once it's done. I would buy this again but I tell you I dread putting it on. If it didn't work so well I would chunk it but there is always a little bad that goes with the good!
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If you are not familiar with this type of product, namely mineral sunscreens, you need to keep in mind:
- Mineral sunscreens, unlike chemical ones, do not absorb into your skin. They act as a physical barrier to the sun's damaging rays. This is in marked contrast to chemical sunscreens that rely on chemicals to disperse the sun's damaging rays. These chemicals are absorbed by the skin and are the problem. If you check out EWG.org, you will see a listing of each ingredient in the sunscreen you select and the potential damage (allergy, hormone disruption, cancer, etc.).
- Mineral sunscreens rely on Zinc or Titanium minerals as their primary ingredient. Because of this, you are going to have to deal with a white residue from mineral sunscreens (thus, their name). In my research, this is the most common complaint. My family concurs with this -- especially if you put on the amount you are supposed to.
Lastly, people have complained about the odor of this sunscreen. This can easily be solved by looking at the very SMALL list of ingredients: olive oil, beeswax, cacao seed butter, shea butter, jojoba seed oil. For me, it smells of olive oil and shea butter.
I wish that the size of the tube and the cost were a bit more equitable considering how much you are to put on to maintain the SPF.
After 2 hours at the beach and 3 hours at the pool (on subsequent days), even though this was SPF 35, it provided much better protection than the SPF 50 with all of the chemicals. I especially noticed around her eyes. With the chemical sunscreen she would get red around her eyes from wiping the water away from her eyes, and probably wiping the sunscreen off. That DID NOT happen with the Badger Sunscreen, I am happy to report. The only downside to the Badger is that it is greasy, so if you are prone to breakouts on our face you would want to wash it off thoroughly when you come in from the sun.