Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion Everyday/Year-Round by California Baby
California Baby Everyday/Year-Round Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) states that if exposure to the sun is unavoidable and your baby is under 6 months, a non-chemical sunscreen (like ours) should be used; consult with your physician. The AAP recommends that because an infant's skin is very thin and sensitive, infants under 6 months should be kept out of the sun. California Baby Everyday/Year-Round Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 is scented with a beautiful aromatherapy blend that includes lemongrass. California Baby Everyday/Year-Round Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 is ideal for use on face & body (does not sting the eyes). California Baby Everyday/Year-Round Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 comes in a convenient flip-top tube. California Baby Everyday/Year-Round Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 provides high-level protection against sunburn. California Baby Everyday/Year-Round Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 is water resistant, and retains effectiveness after 80 minutes of activity in water or perspiring.
California Baby's non-chemical PABA free sunscreen employs a highly micronized titanium dioxide (non- whitening) that scatters and reflects dangerous UV rays, offering UVA-UVB broad-spectrum protection. California Baby added Japanese Green Tea (for its anti-oxidant properties) and a beautiful essential oil blend. California Baby's formula is simple and elegant. California Baby Everyday/Year-Round Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 glides on easily and will not slip off when it comes into contact with water, so you can feel comfortable that it will last. California Baby Everyday/Year-Round Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 is a non-staining formula.
Dermatologists and the American Cancer Society urge the use of sunscreen every day and year-round.
Moms, California Baby Everyday/Year-Round Aromatherapy Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 works great under make-up because it is non-greasy and creates a nice cover-up base under foundation or powder.
Since studies show that the risk of sunburn increases at higher altitudes, it's especially important to wear sunscreen on the slopes. Even if you stay at the same elevation all winter long, don't let winter's chill fool you, the sun is still strong and can do lots of damage to your skin. The gentle water resistant formula won't drip into your eyes and sting when you sweat. Clouded vision from runny sunscreen is annoying on the beach and on the ski slopes it can be downright dangerous.
Benefits & Features:
- Contains organic and sustainably grown ingredients
- UVA/UVB broad-spectrum protection
- Water Resistant
- Non-whitening micro-titanium dioxide
- No Octyl Methoxycinnamate
- PABA free
- Scatters & reflects UV rays
- Japanese Green Tea (anti-oxidant)
- Non-chemical sunscreens
- Non-invasive formula, hypoallergenic
A hat and sunglasses are also important.
Apply liberally and uniformly 30 minutes prior to OV exposure. If wet, towel dry and reapply as needed. May be used in combination with our SPF 30+ Sticks. Dermatologists and The American Cancer Society urge the use of sunscreen everyday and year-round.
Titanium Dioxide 11% Inactive Ingredients:
Water, c-12-15 alkyl benzoate coco-caprylate, glycerine, polyhydroxystearic acid, caprylic/capric triglyceride, polyglycerl-2 dipolyhydroxystearate, candelilla cera, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, tapioca starch, polyglyceryl-3 diisostearate, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary leaf extract, squalane, allantoin, panthenol, magnesium stearate, sodium levulinate, caprylhydroxamic acid, glyceryl caprylate.
No parabens, sodium benzoate, benzoic acid, benzyl alcohol, or phenoxyethanol.
About California Baby
CALIFORNIA BABY PRODUCTS CONTAIN ORGANIC & SUSTAINABLY GROWN INGREDIENTS. MANY OF THE PLANTS AND FLOWERS THAT ARE GROWN FOR ESSENTIAL OIL DISTILLATION ARE VERY HARDY, DO NOT NEED PESTICIDES OR FERTILIZERS AND ARE BY DEFAULT ORGANIC AND/OR SUSTAINABLY GROWN. PRESERVATIVES: BECAUSE COSMETICS ARE SUBJECT TO CONTAMINATION AND GROWTH OF BACTERIA, MOLD AND OTHER MICROORGANISMS (AND CHILDREN REGULARLY HAVE CUTS, SCRAPES AND PUT ALL SORTS OF THINGS IN THEIR MOUTHS), WE CREATED A BROAD-SPECTRUM PRESERVATIVE SYSTEM TO HELP ENSURE THE INTEGRITY OF CALIFORNIA BABY® PRODUCTS. FORMULAS ARE TAILORED TO THE NEEDS OF EACH PRODUCT AND CONTAIN HIGHER THAN AVERAGE CONCENTRATIONS OF ANTIOXIDANTS & ESSENTIAL OILS, WHICH HELP TO PRESERVE OUR PRODUCTS. CALIFORNIA BABY UTILIZES A COCONUT-DERIVED PH
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I can't say enough about this product - it works better than any other sunblock product I've tried on my children's very fair skin. It protected them against the hot NC sun in the middle of July. It is very thick going on and requires a fair amount of rubbing in so that the whiteness of the lotion goes away. But a little bit of effort is a small price to pay to avoid sunburn on me and my kids.
I recently learned how toxic oxybenzone in sunscreen is and was looking for a non-toxic sunscreen for my family. I read reviews and looked up ingredients and decided to try 3 different brands: Soleo Organics, Badger and California Baby. I like the Soleo and Badger, but don't like California Baby. CB has titanium dioxide, which is more toxic than zinc oxide and it went on really white, was almost impossible to rub all the way in and gave me a rash on my arm. Soleo and Badger both work and feel about the same. Soleo is a little thinner in texture than the badger, which makes it a little bit easier to rub in. They are both have a little bit of a greasy feel to them, but it's not bad and I would rather have a little greasy than toxic. The badger seems to maybe be a little more water resistant. I used them both yesterday, trying to see a difference. I would recommend either and I have both to use.
I've used this on both of my babies, and neither has ever gotten burnt. The kids have been in the swimming pool with this, and it seems to last very well.