iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $7.51 (30% off)
Posted by Reviewer2681605 on Jul 30, 2012
not only the dispenser doesn´t work but the cream is thick and doesn´t spread at all.
no nanoparticles -- and that matters a lot
Posted by Reviewer1247032 on May 04, 2015
Yes, it fails to melt into the skin, and leaves white on the skin. The reason? No nanoparticles. It's difficult to find a sunscreen these days that doesn't encapsulate the titanium dioxide and zinc dioxide in nanoparticles. I think nanoparticle-encapsulated metals are a very questionable technology -- it's just asking for free radicals, which is one step away from cancer. But that's what everyone is selling because it looks better on you. Leave me the old white film technology, thank you. And thank you, True Naturals for selling an old-school product like this...isn't sunscreen supposed to protect people from free radicals, not encourage them? I'm sticking with this brand.
Posted by 4786533831064247050 on Jun 16, 2013
exterior packaging makes me very worried. product logo & ingredients info was not printed directly on the tube but just sticker pasted on a plain tube and with dirty stains!!! is this authentic? i still haven't had the gut to use it yet!!
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