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sunscreen

My daughter is super particular about sunscreen in that she wants it to absorb and not look white, and she loves the idea of a spray-on. The most recent one I bought was just not working–it was chalky and thick, and it was an argument every time it came out. So when I saw this Coola organic sunscreen at a hotel gift shop, that even had a spray-on option, I had to check it out. I bought the Citrus Mimosa spray, which actually smells good, a 30 SPF body lotion, and a 15 SPF lip balm. Our daughter loved everything, and now looks for opportunities to need to apply it. The lotion goes on fast, and doesn’t have that sticky feeling afterwards. The only downside to the line is the price–the spray-on was around $34, and the lotion $30. Way more than I would normally spend, but now that it’s such a success I have to think it’s worth it. Their baby products got a 1 from the EWG, and their other products got 2s and 3s.

 

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  1. Posted by: X.

    This sounds fantastic. I’m not a Mom but safe sunblock use is one thing that everyone can get behind. Do you know what is the PPD factor for the sunblock? I think PPD is even more important than SPF because PPD blocks the more dangerous UVA rays that actually causes things like premature aging and skin cancer!

    • Posted by: Yolanda Edwards

      hi X- i don’t know what the ppd is but i will look into it!

  2. Posted by: Jessica

    sounds amazing….thanks!

  3. Posted by: stacie

    love dr. robin sunscreen. broad spectrum, goes on smooth and the packaging is super cute too.

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