Review: Collective Wellbeing Day Moisturizer SPF 15

I try to wear a minimum of SPF 15 daily due to my fair skin and tendency to develop freckles.  Even those with darker skin tones may want to consider doing the same, as it can help prevent signs of aging as well as skin cancer.  If you're going to wear a sunscreen daily, it pays to be picky.  Natural products like Collective Wellbeing's Day Moisturizer with SPF 15 are definitely great alternatives to conventional sunscreen moisturizers.

Pros:
  • Nice light lemony fragrance
  • No "sunscreen smell"
  • Broad spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection
  • Non-greasy
  • Suitable for use on face and under makeup
Cons:
  • Expensive if used daily all over body
Summary:
I enjoyed using this day moisturizer, as it performed well and provided broad-spectrum protection.  I appreciate that the manufacturer, Collective Wellbeing, is a carbon neutral company, offers recyclable packaging, and is a member of 1% for the planet.  My only suggestion for improvement would be drop the price a bit to make this more affordable so I could use it daily on any exposed skin.  Those on a budget could consider saving this for use on the face, as it is great to have a non-greasy, gentle sunscreen for use under makeup.

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