Badger SPF 30 plus Baby Sunscreen -- 2.9 fl oz
We don't use sunscreen unless absolutely necessary- instead we use physical blocks ie hats, sleeves, shade, and pay attention to when/how long we are out. If the above isn't possible, then we use this sunscreen and trust that it is safe for our family.
September 12, 2013
I read on SafeMama that Badger products got her highest recommendation. We used this sunscreen for a week with my 11 month old on the beaches of the Gulf Coast. He didn't burn AT ALL and didn't get much color if any as well. Considering he was on the beach, in the water, at the pool, etc, that is a victory in my book. I will also have to say that we used this on his body but we used the Purple Prairie brand stick on his face b/c it's easier to apply to a squirming baby without getting it into his eyes like a lotion might be. Also, his day care, where he goes outside 2x/day, uses the Purple Prairie stick all over him and and has not burned. I live in Atlanta GA where it's hot and sunny. I hope that Vitacost considers carrying the PP stick, or the Badger makes a stick. Either-or.
June 19, 2013
Product is good but Vitacost dissapointed me
Product is good and is on top in EWG's list of safe sunscreens for children and babies. But Vitacost does not provide the expiry date of item, and buying 5 sunscreens and noticing after delivering them that they all expire in 3months' time is VERY VERY dissapointing. Vitacost must clearly state on product details page if the expiry date is soon. That was a very bad and frustrating first shopping from Vitacost!
May 13, 2013
Safe for Little Kids
It looks too white on skin first when you apply but it goes away after a while.
April 26, 2013
This sun cream was a bit too thick for my taste. You really have to rub and rub until you can spread it evenly. Not sure I would reorder.
October 5, 2012