Dr. Mercola, Healthy Skin, Natural Sunscreen, SPF 30, 8 fl oz (236 ml)
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3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer3209125 on Jul 28, 2012
Norwegian skin did survive in Asia thanks to this product! Will buy it again. Smells nice too.
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Safe and affordable
11 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Non-GMO on Jun 27, 2012
Non-nano and no hazardous chemicals. One of the lighter mineral block sunscreens out there. Leaves a bit of white residue, but can be largely worked into skin. A little white on the outside is my preference to dangerous nano-particles of titanium dioxide migrating into my internal organs. I like the scent. It is refreshing and a bit tropical smelling--probably from the coconut oil. The eucalyptus oil tingles a bit and I think also helps keep bugs away without smelling like insect repellent. The consistency is smooth and well blended with no separation. Still should shake first. The expiration date is about 2-1/2 years from the date of purchase. I spent hours researching sunscreens before choosing this one. Many "natural" ones are double the price for half the amount and may still contain an undesirable ingredient or two. Yes, I am willing to pay for safety, health and effectiveness, but there is a limit! This sunscreen works well. Recently, I was out in the heat of the day on an open strawberry field for a few hours without shade. I had accidentally missed a section of my right arm with sunscreen application. That part burned and everywhere where I had successfully applied this sunscreen was not sunburned at all. I was sweating and rubbing against brush and it still worked. My only reservations are that the lecithin, glycerine, xanthan gum and Vitamin E ingredients potentially could be derived from GMO sources. However, I think I recall reading a non-GMO claim on Dr. Mercola's website for his sunscreens.
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1114722 on Feb 17, 2012
Does its job. Doesn't leave whitish tint on skin. A bit runny though and smells slightly weird. But overall a solid sunblock. Will buy again.
Posted by frensisa on May 26, 2012
One of the rare natural sunblocks with physical filters - titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. You should apply it in thin layer not to make the skin white.
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by 4928653086995571081 on Jun 21, 2012
Smells amazing! Only 4 stars because I haven't had it long enough to give it a 5. Feels good and your skin does not feel sticky after you put it on.