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Saturday, July 19, 2014

Babyganics Sunscreen Review

Babyganics Sunscreen Review

Link to my review on Amazon:



Pure Mineral Sunscreen SPF30
Mineral-Based Sunscreen SPF30
Mineral -Based Sunscreen Spray SPF30
Mineral-Based Sunscreen SPF50+
​Mineral -Based Sunscreen Spray SP50+
Pure Mineral Sunscreen Stick SPF50+

It’s a big, wide world out there and your baby wants at it. But sunburn and damage to sensitive skin isn’t anything you want them to explore. Our mineral- based SPF formulas provide broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection and glides on smooth for effortless application. Non-allergenic and tear free, so it can go on whatever part of your baby the sun’s gonna shine.

No: PABA, phthalates, parabens, fragrances or nano-particles
  • With 100% natural NeoNourish® Seed Oil Blend to help nurture & support baby’s skin.
    Perfect for high exposure areas and targeted protection
    Broad spectrum SPF 30 or SPF50+
    UVA + UVB protection
    Water resistant (80 minutes)
    Tear free
    Pediatrician & Dermatologist tested
    Never tested on animals

***My Personal Review***

For this promotion I received 2 types of Babyganics sunscreen to review - 1 tube of  broad spectrum SPF 50+, 6 fl oz; and 1 pure mineral sunscreen stick SPF 50+.  I have a 7 year old daughter and her skin is just like mine - fair.  I can be out in the sun for 20 minutes and look like a lobster all over!  It is not fun.  My daughters skin is fair like mine but she doesn't burn as easily.  But I am very careful with her anyways.  So when I go outside we always have to use at least 50 SPF so this was great to review.  The little stick is awesome to throw in my purse for anytime and unexpected occasions, and the tube I keep in my swimming bag because I am so forgetful.  I have tried pretty much every brand of sunscreen through the years, even the Dollar Tree versions.  And normally they always tell you to apply every hour - this one lasts 80 minutes even while swimming or sweating.  Plus it is ALL natural.  Has a nice sweet fresh smell to it, no extra fragrances like coconut or other stuff added.  Plus it also has Natural Seed Oil which is there to help your skin while it is protecting it :)  I liked that this product was tear-free - my daughter has sensory issues around her head area so putting stuff on her face is quite a feat in and of itself.  So knowing that just in case I got some in her eyes it wouldn't hurt was a plus for me!

I love that it contains all the minerals instead of fillers and other crap that your skin doesn't need.  And no DEET - another plus.  So the first time we went to the pool after receiving this I tried the large tube.  It went on easily and smelled great.  We got into the water and noticed right away that this stuff was good - the water literally rolled right off of us when we were above water.  To me that is a sign of a great sunscreen.  We were only at the pool for an hour because my daughter tires quickly but we did NOT get so much as a slight redness :)  So good for both of us!  And I did notice when we got home that the normal sunscreen "icky" feeling was not there.  Normally I have to come home and clean sunscreen off immediately because of the way it makes your skin feel.

I use my little stick whenever I go to ball games for my face and arms and it works great!  It is just like a deodorant stick, you roll it up and swipe it over your skin and go!  I love both these products and will definitely keep them on hand and recommend them to my friends and family!  Babyganics sells all kinds of items, visit their website via the link at the top of the page to see all of them - including their spray sunscreen!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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