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All Terrain, KidSport SPF 30, Fragrance Free, 3.0 fl oz (90 ml)

$12.79
$15.99
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3.7 out of 5 based on 22 reviews
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Good with slightly weird smell

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Posted by Reviewer1114722 on Aug 29, 2010

I guess maybe I'm not used to the titanium in the sunscreen. So far I've only used zinc oxide sunscreens. This one works just as well, but the metallic smell is more noticeable and a bit of a turn-off. Other than that, it's easy to put on and a good value. Would recommend it to those with less sensitive noses!

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Good non-chemical sunscreen

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Posted by Reviewer2471516 on Aug 27, 2010

less greasy than most zinc-oxide sunscreens, and spreads somewhat easier, but it does "streak" white in a funny way.

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good only with outdoor activities and swimming, otherwise too thick and sticky

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Posted by Reviewer1871360 on Aug 03, 2014

good only with outdoor activities and swimming, otherwise too thick and sticky. difficult to spread!

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Thick

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Posted by Reviewer2418769 on Nov 01, 2010

This is thick like wheat paste, so it doesn't spread so easily. For a mineral-based sunscreen it is also a fairly transparent, which makes me wonder if it is really working. I need a fairly opaque sunscreen as I swim for an hour several times a week--mainly backstroke with my face fully exposed to the sun. I prefer Jason's mineral-based sunscreen.

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kidsport

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Posted by Reviewer2055409 on Aug 30, 2010

Not satisfied with this because it's like trying to spread wet sand on your skin. Not creamy at all, and spreads terrible. The non kidsport product was great.

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