Tate's, The Natural Miracle Sunscreen, SPF 30, 4 fl oz
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Tate's, The Natural Miracle Sunscreen, SPF 30, 4 fl oz
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Shipping Weight:0.47 lbsSwitch to Metric units
- Product Code: TAT-81036
- UPC Code: 159250810365
- Package Quantity: 4 fl oz
7.7 x 3 x 1.8 in, 0.4 lbsSwitch to Metric units
- All Natural
- Oil Free
- Fragrance Free
- Since 1932
- Great for All Folks, Kids, Adults & Seniors
- Block the Suns Ray
- UVA1/ UVA2/UVB Protection
The All Natural Product For:
- Skin Protection... Excellent skin protection for all skin types. Stop the suns harmful rays from hurting and aging your skin. UVA/UVB protection. Also a great non-greasy moisturizer.
- Kids/Babies... Excellent skin protection for kids and babies. It goes on so smooth that they won't wipe it off. Protect our kids from the harmful rays, we love them.
- Seniors... Excellent skin protection. Non-drying yet non-greasy. Wow you look younger already.
|Here are some other favorite uses for |
Tate's the Natural Miracle Sunscreen
|Sunscreen||Hand & Body Moisturizer||Skin Moisturizer for Dry Skin from Chlorine & "the Sea"|
|Kids Sunscreen||Chap Lips Relief||Sunscreen for Winter Sun|
|Babies Sunscreen||Wind Burn Soother||Protects Against Premature Aging|
|Seniors Sunscreen||All Weather Skin Protector|
|Insect Bug Repellent||Itchy Bug Bite Relief|
|Repels mosquitos, gnats, ticks, chiggers, deer flies, stable flies, black flies, fleas, ants & bees · Helps prevent sunburn · Higher SPF gives more sunburn protection · Provides high protection against sunburn|
Directions: Apply generously and evenly before sun exposure as needed. Reapply as needed or after swimming, perspiring or towel drying. Children under 6 months of age ask a doctor.
Genoveve's Hand-Picked All Natural Ingredients:
Active Ingredients: Titanium dioxide.
Inactive Ingredients: Mountain spring water, wheat grass, rice grass, stone root, calendula, glycerin, stearic acid, sucrose distearate, sucrose stearate, golden seal, comfrey, xanthan gum, sodium borate, orange peel, balsam resin.
- no colors
- no dyes
- no fragrance
- no gluten
- no glycols
- no iodine
- no parabens
- no pesticides
- no phosphates
- no sulfates
No animal testing
For external use only.
When using this product · Keep out of eyes · Rinse with water to remove.
Stop use and ask a doctor if rash or irritation develops and lasts.
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact Poison Control Center right away.
I have used this sunscreen for a couple of years now and love it! I dont buy anything else now.It smells nice and works better than the other natural or organic ones I have used in the past.
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Posted by iHerb Customer on Apr 03, 2017 | Verified Purchase
This sunscreen absorbs well and doesn't have a greasy feeling. I like to use Tates on the body and Coola face spf 30 on my face
Very easy to apply. Not oily. No white tint. Not broad spectrum?
Posted by iHerb Customer on Mar 04, 2017 | Verified Purchase
I love this sunscreen. Its absolutely the easiest sunscreen to apply. Goes on smoothly on the skin. Feels more like a moisturizing lotion than a sunscreen. It does not feel oily or thick after application and no white tint. Even in tropical Singapore, it does not feel sticky after you apply it. Absolutely love it, except that I am not sure whether it is broad spectrum cos I can't see it on the label. UPDATE: Just read some reviews about the company misrepresenting ingredients list on their products. So I am on the fence now. 3 stars. Might not re-order.
Good product, could use a few improvements
Posted by iHerb Customer on Aug 17, 2016 | Verified Purchase
I have ordered this product twice. I prefer natural/mineral sunscreens. The ingredients read terrific, and it seems effective. The packaging is sub par. There is no seal, and the tube never appears full. Also, the product is listed as fragrance free. The fragrance is probably strictly from the ingredients, but for people who are fragrance sensitive this may be an issue. The huge plus side is this applies like a lotion! No white streaks or the usual sunscreen application issues. As long as this product remains priced well, I'll reorder.
TERRIBLE--DO NOT BUY
Posted by iHerb Customer on Jun 20, 2016 | Verified Purchase
This is the worst sunscreen I've ever purchased. I prefer nontoxic brands, which are often very difficult to apply (white, smearing, etc.). This went on with ease, and I was thrilled . . . until I got home from a day at the beach and discovered I was burned from head to toe. I reapplied multiple times, as directions indicated. I don't understand other reviewers who said they had great sun protection with this product. My son is also burned :-(. Very disappointed. This is my first bad experience with iherb.
Tate's, The Natural Miracle SUnscreen
Posted by iHerb Customer on Apr 07, 2016 | Verified Purchase
Seems to work well, It may be the best sunscreen, I"ll buy it again, but not sure why they call it''a miracle'' Only giving it a rating of 4 because they call it a miracle. I'd like them to stick with explaining benefits rather than use words that make no sense. Unless someone got over skin cancer using it or something like that