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Babo Botanicals Daily Sheer Sunscreen SPF 40 Extra Sensitive For Face -- 1.7 fl oz


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Babo Botanicals Daily Sheer Sunscreen SPF 40 Extra Sensitive For Face -- 1.7 fl oz

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Babo Botanicals Daily Sheer Sunscreen SPF 40 Extra Sensitive For Face Description

  • 100% Mineral Active Ingredients
  • Soothing & Moisturizing
  • Ultra Sheer & Lightweight
  • Broad Spectrum Sunscreen
  • For Babies, Kids & Grown Ups Too!

Daily Sheer Sunscreen is the perfect protection for every day wear.

 

The unique, natural formula provides lightweight and natural Broad Spectrum UVA + UVB protection to babies, children or anyone with extra sensitive skin.

 

It contains a unique combination of clear zinc oxide and titanium dioxide as physical barriers to UVA & UVB Rays while also containing Aloe, White Tea, Avocado and Jojoba Oil which are powerful soothing and moisturizing ingredients.

 

This non-greasy, lightweight formula is allergy tested and unscented.

 

A very soothing formula which glides on easily and feels so good and clean on the skin.

 

- Fragrance Free -

Toxin Free

Hypoallergenic

Dermatologist Tested

Natural Anti-Oxidants

Paraben Free

Phthalate Free

No Harsh Chemicals

For Extra Sensitive Skin

Ultra Sheer

Non-Greasy

Lightweight

Non-Nano


Directions

Apply liberally 15 minutes before sun exposure.

Children under 6 months of age: Ask a doctor.

Use a water resistant sunscreen if swimming or sweating.

Reapply: immediately after towel drying; at least every 2 hours

 

Sun Protection Measures

Sun exposure increases risk of skin disease and early skin aging. To decrease risk, regularly use a sunscreen with a Broad Spectrum SPF value of 15 or higher and other sun protection measures including: limit time in the sun, especially from 10 am - 2 pm. Wear long sleeved shirts, pants, hats and sunglasses.

Free Of
Toxins, paraben, phthalate, harsh chemicals and animal testing.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingredients (Purpose): Titanium dioxide 5.5%, zinc oxide 3.3% (sunscreen). Inactive Ingredients: Aloe vera (aloe barbadensis) leaf juice*, dicaprylyl carbonate, hybrid sunflower (helianthus annuus) seed oil*, myristyl alcohol and myristyl glucoside, cetearyl alcohol and coco glucoside, hydrolyzed wheat protein / PVP crosspolymer, hydrogenated glyceryl abietate, castor (ricinus communis) seed oil*, beeswax*, avocado (persea gratissima) oil, phenethyl alcohol, ethylhexylglycerin, pongamia pinnata seed oil, shea (butyrospermum parkii) butter*, jojoba (simmondsia chinensis) seed oil*, hydroxyethyl acrylate (and) sodium acryloyl dimethyl taurate copolymer, glycerin (and) white tea (camellia sinensis) leaf extract, glycerin (and) rose (rosa canina) flower extract, triethoxycaprylylsilane, aluminum hydroxide (and) hydrogen dimethicone, dehydroxanthan gum. *Certified Organic Ingredients
Warnings

For external use only.

Do not use on damaged or broken skin

When using this product keep out of eyes. Rinse with water to remove.

Stop use and ask a doctor if rash occurs.

If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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Here are the 5 Worst Skin Problems of Summer (and How to Solve Them!)

Hot summer days mean tank tops, shorts, swimsuits, sandals and generally a lot more of your skin showing than it normally would at other times of the year. While wearing less clothing helps to keep you cool, it often means more skincare problems for many of us. As you get ready to head outdoors to enjoy the weather this season, win the bare skin battle by being prepared to prevent and treat every type of irritation, abrasion and bite that may come your way.

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Sunburn

The most common and, to be perfectly honest, most preventable summer skin problem is sunburn. Even though we all know we need to wear sunscreen every single day, many of us blow it off until it’s too late and we’re rocking the lobster look. Not only does allowing yourself to get sunburnt increase your risk of skin cancer, but on a very superficial level, sun damage totally ages you. Aging gracefully is fabulous, aging prematurely is not.

The American Academy of Dermatology recommends the use of a daily moisturizer with a minimum SPF 30 rating to prevent sun damage, especially on your face, arms and hands, because even the sun that shines through your car window takes a toll over time. If you’re going to be in the sun for a long period, go straight for the sunscreen with an SPF 30 or higher and be sure to bring a hat and sunglasses.

Be conscious of how long you’ve been in the sun and take a break in the shade when you can. Of course, you’ll want to choose a natural sunscreen that's free of parabens, oxybenzone, retinyl palmitate and octinoxate, since these are the most questionable ingredients as far as safety goes.

If you do happen to get burned, aloe vera gel is your very best friend. If you have a plant of your own, that’s always a great source – just break off a piece and slather your skin with the naturally occurring gel. But since it’s not likely you'll want to carry around a potted succulent plan on vacations, a bottle of organic aloe vera gel works just as well.

Heat rash

Heat rash is extremely common in babies and young children as well as those who have more sensitive skin. Heat rash happens when your sweat glands are blocked. The tiny bumps can become itchy and make for a really miserable summer experience.

The best way to prevent heat rash is to reduce how much you sweat and keep skin clean. Avoid or take precaution when exercising outside or letting your little ones play outside during the hottest part of the day (this is important for preventing heat stroke as well), wear loose fitting clothes, and utilize fans and air conditioning when possible.

If you or your children do happen to be prone to heat rash, take cool baking soda soaking baths to help reduce swelling and calm your skin. If the area becomes dry or chapped a plant based oil like olive oil or coconut oil will help soothe and heal the skin.

Sometimes heat rash can be really annoyingly itchy, in that case apply calamine lotion or natural anti-itch cream to help calm the area and keep  you from scratching and adding to the problem.

Poison oak or poison ivy

Maybe you went camping at your favorite spot. Maybe your kids are adventurers at heart and spent the afternoon wandering around the local creek. Maybe you took a family hike and traipsed through an unbeaten path. Regardless of how it happened, coming into contact with poison oak or poison ivy is really awful. The rash can last up to three weeks and there really isn’t a cure.

There isn’t any way to actually cure this rash, but you can ease the discomfort of poison ivy or poison oak naturally. Luke warm oatmeal baths are the first step in soothing your skin, take them as often as you want to help relieve the itching.

You can make a paste from 1/8 cup of baking soda, 2/3 cup water and a few drops of organic lavender essential oil to apply to the affected area, as well. That being said, if the rash is anywhere on your face or more, ahem, sensitive areas, see your doctor for treatment.

Fungal Infections

Summer means sandals and sandals mean regular pedicures for the majority of women these days. If you opt to visit a salon to keep those toes pretty and polished, you run the risk of picking up a fungus. To lessen the risk, don’t be afraid to ask the manicurist how they disinfect their tools as well as their foot baths and make sure their licensing is up to date.

Another type of fungal infection that commonly occurs during summer months is tinea versacolor, an overgrowth of naturally occurring yeast on the skin often caused by oily skin, excessive sweating, or a weakened immune system. This overgrowth can cause a discoloration of the affected area and is another of those annoying itchy ones as well.

There are a few ways to treat tinea versacolor if you have a mild case or the infection is not anywhere overly delicate. A few drops of tea tree oil added to a carrier oil like jojoba or coconut applied to the infected skin can often remedy the overgrowth. To help prevent tinea versacolor do not let sweat sit on the skin long, take cool showers as soon as possible after exercising or sweating and apply tea tree oil daily to prevent the yeast growth if you notice specific areas are more susceptible. A dermatologist can prescribe a cream or shampoo if the problem becomes chronic. 

Razor burn

More skin showing means more shaving. More shaving can mean more razor burn. Yay (please not the sarcasm). Razor burn is more likely to happen in more sensitive areas like underarms or bikini lines, but legs (and arms or backs or wherever else you choose to shave) are not immune.

Your best effort to prevent razor burn is in using a fresh blade every single time you shave. If you’re not made of money and don’t own your own razor factory a simple before and after skincare routine can be go a long way in reducing the red bump nightmare.

First, exfoliate the area with a dry body brush before bathing or a loofa while you’re in the shower or bath. Then, make sure you’ve thoroughly cleaned the skin and prep with a shaving cream or moisturizer. Use as fresh a razor as possible (preferably use your razor 5 times or less) – shave in the same direction the hair grows if you have highly sensitive skin.

Last, be sure to moisturize the area with a plant based oil like coconut oil to help keep the skin soft and prevent ingrown hairs.

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