Review: SunnyBody Natural Sunscreen 30SPF

I'm  all about staying white, but hopefully not pasty. Sun damage is the leading cause of wrinkles which is something I'd like to avoid at all costs. So when I was offered a sample of the Sunny Body Natural Sunscreen to try out, of course I was interested. I mean I even have a whole tag just dedicated to sunscreen on my blog. 

Although I was given a sample size, in actuality the full sized product looks very similar. The bottle is green with a large white chunk and has a woman and child n the front, an interesting choice I think. There is information like that this is a 30 SPF and isn't chemical, kind of like the Babyganics sunscreen I'm so fond of. The lid is a squeeze dispenser, which is very common with lotion sunscreens. 

This SunnyBody lotion doesn't really smell like your typical sunscreen but it sure does look like it. It's pure white, and slightly runny (easier to apply that way) and goes into skin well. Reapply every two hours.

Verdict: This is a great middle of the road sunscreen. It isn't thick (and a bit expensive) like my Derma MD Moisturizing SPF 50 Sunscreen, but it gets the job done, and gives a broad sun protect to keep from getting sunburnt. 

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