Sun Bum Sunscreen
Sun Bum Mineral SPF 50 Sunscreen Lotion is one of the sunscreens formulated with highly considered safe ingredients in the skincare industry. This means it is reef-safe and does not harm marine life. The sunscreen is lightweight, non-greasy, and provides Broad Spectrum SPF 50 protection which helps protect skin from UVA and UVB rays.
Zinc Oxide 20.0%, water, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, butyloctyl salicylate, diheptyl succinate, methyl
Packaging and Design
The Sun Bum Mineral SPF 50 Sunscreen Lotion comes in a beachy recyclable, recycled plastic tube.
Texture and Scent
The lotion has a silky-smooth texture that glides effortlessly onto the skin. It doesn’t leave a greasy or sticky residue, making it comfortable for all-day wear. For people who are sensitive to strong scents, the delicate tropical scent adds a nice touch without being overbearing.
Application and Usage:
Pump enough sunscreen onto two fingertips. The amount should be approximately equivalent to the length of two adult fingers and massage onto your face. Remember that this is the last step of your skincare routine.
Apply in the morning then reapply every 2 hours during the day to ensure maximum sun protection.
After using Sun Bum Sunscreen, expect reliable sun protection for extended periods, it for beach days or poolside lounging, the water-resistant formula ensures effectiveness even during water-based activities.
While Sun Bum Sunscreen stands out, it’s worth noting that the Neutrogena Sheer Zinc Mineral SPF 50 Sunscreen is similar to this.
1. Mineral-based formula with zinc oxide for effective sun protection.
2. Reef-friendly, without oxybenzone and octinoxate.
3. Nourishing ingredients like coconut oil and vitamin E.
4. Silky-smooth texture that absorbs well without leaving a residue.
5. Pleasant tropical scent.
6. User-friendly packaging with a fun, beachy design.
1. May require more thorough rubbing in for complete absorption compared to chemical sunscreens.
2. Slightly higher price point compared to some mainstream sunscreens.