MINI Sunny Days Daily SPF 30+ Face Stick - sample size .15 oz
TruKid Sunny Days SPF 30+ Water Resistant Natural Sunscreen Stick

MINI Sunny Days Daily SPF 30+ Face Stick - sample size .15 oz

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Part Number:90001
  • UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum
  • Water Resistant
Try our highly rated stick sunscreen. This mini size can also be used on your lips. Going Scuba Diving or Surfing? TruKid Sunscreens are Gentle on the Earth and are safe for our oceans. Highly Rated for safety on SkinDeep/EWG/Cosmetic Database. For those on the go days. TruKid's Sunny Days SPF 30+ water resistant is a great way to enjoy the outdoors safely. Easy to apply and non-greasy, your kids will actually have fun using this sunscreen! Truly all natural, this mineral-based sunscreen protects from both UVA/UVB rays. Please reapply every 40 minutes for best protection. TruKid Sunny Days Face & Body Stick SPF 30 Water Resistant

INGREDIENTS:

Active Ingredients: titanium dioxide 8%; zinc oxide 5% Inactive Ingredients: glycine soja (soybean oil), cera alba (beeswax), butrospermum parkil (shea butter), aloe barbadensis leaf extract , prunes amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond oil), citrus aurantium dulcis (orange oil), tocopherol (vitamin e), citrus grandis (gragefruit oil), cocos nucifera (coconut oil), citrus tangerina (tangerine oil), rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary leaf extract)

Note: We want our customers to have a positive experience with our products. To be sure that a skin care product works for you and your kids, we recommend for any new skin care product that you first do a Patch Test.

5 Stars
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I love the mini size. It fits into any of my purses and sometimes it even fits into my wallet. My favorite! :)
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Reviewed by:  from Oakland. on 11/7/2012
5/5
2 Stars
mom
I'd like to give this product good ratings but honestly it is so thick it doesn't even start to rub onto my daughters skin. She hates it. I love the concept of it and the ingredients being conscientious but it just doesn't go on like you'd want it to and putting sunscreen on a toddler is a big enough challenge already, I don't need to add a stick to the battle.
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Reviewed by:  from Carlsbad, CA. on 7/6/2012
2/5

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