Review: Smart Girls Who Surf SPF 30+ Mineral Sunscreen
Category: $$, Body Sunscreen, Reviews, Smart Girls Who Surf, Sunscreen/Tanning, Water Resistant Sunscreen / 9/17/2011Smart Girls Who Surf SPF 30+ Mineral Sunscreen.
- Light, fruity scent
- No "sunscreen smell"
- Easy to apply
- Nice lotion texture
- Water and sweat resistant
- Will need to reapply every 80 minutes
If you're looking for a natural sunscreen that can withstand the elements, this mineral sunscreen is a great choice. It won't make you smell like sunscreen and is reef safe. I especially love how the texture is very similar to conventional products. While I appreciate how the ingredients listing is detailed, I would love to see a vegan version made without beeswax. I'm also curious as to whether or not this is gluten-free, as the tocopheryl acetate source is not specified. Overall, I enjoyed this product and I recommend it for those looking for a gentle sunscreen for water sports.
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