bareMinerals SPF 30 natural Sunscreen

This is one of the greatest sunscreen products I have tried. I wasn’t quite sure what to think at first of a powder sunblock. Would it work? Is it even on? This weekend I tried bareMinerals SPF 30 Natural Sunscreen for all my outdoor activities  a long bike ride, day at the beach and some serious yard work.

It was a cinch to apply to my face, chest and arms and it felt really light, a far cry from the heavy greasy sunscreens. Why is this one of the greatest sunscreen? Simply, it works the days I use this I didn’t get burnt, its easier to apply without missing spots and it NEVER runs into my eyes.  I would have never guessed that powder sunscreen could be this great but no matter what the activity I was doing or how sweaty I was bareMinerals SPF30 Natural Sunscreen kept my skin protected.

 

bareMinerals SPF30 Natural Sunscreen

Maybe we can’t sunbathe in baby oil anymore, but we don’t need to slather ourselves with heavy, greasy chemical sunscreens, either. Our super-portable SPF 30 Natural Sunscreen is sheer and weightless, and it can be used from head to toe without clogging pores. It’ll change the way you feel about sunscreen forever — for the better.

Protects your skin from sun damage without a heavy, greasy finish
Breakthrough Micronized Titanium Dioxide physically shields against UVA/UVB rays
Blends in beautifully over or under makeup
Patented built-in brush makes it ideal for the whole family — even little kids
Portable size make touchups a breeze
Available in different shades to match (or warm up) your natural complexion
Vitamins A, C & E provide an extra boost of essential nutrients
Aloe Vera Extract and antioxidants nourish and soothe your skin

Available in 3 shades Fair, Medium and Dark

$28

Disclosure: A complimentary sample of the product was sent to me for an honest review.


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