Natural Sunscreen: California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick


| 7/7/2010 4:29:55 PM


Tags: natural sunscreen, natural sunscreens, Environmental Working Group, California Baby, SPF 30, titanium dioxide, sunscreen, beauty, fragrance, no fragrance, sunscreen stick, waterproof sunscreen, water-resistant sunscreen,

I’ve had a few sunscreen mishaps. Somehow, there’s always one silly spot I miss when dousing my body with natural sunscreen, which means I get a pretty rad red spot in a conspicuous place on my body. This summer, I’ve been better about getting every inch of my body covered, and I have California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick to thank for that.

California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick

California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick costs $15 for a 0.5-ounce sunscreen stick. Photo Courtesy California Baby.

This convenient natural sunscreen is perfect for touch-ups and easy-to-forget spots, such as ears. I like to use California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick as an extra layer of protection on sensitive spots—moles, scars, delicate facial skin—to ensure that these areas stay burn-free. The best part about California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick is that it’s fragrance-free, so if there’s any lingering scent from a different layer of natural sunscreen, I don’t have to smell conflicting fragrances (though I do prefer to use California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunscreen Lotion when I am using the sunblock stick, too). 

California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick is PABA-free, water-resistant and uses non-whitening micro-titanium dioxide to shield your skin from the sun—no ghostly white layers with this natural sunscreen! California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick received an overall score of “1” from the Environmental Working Group’s 2010 Sunscreen Guide, meaning it has a very low toxicity level and is recommended compared to other sunscreens on the market.

Toss California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick into your beach bag to keep you and your family’s hard-to-reach spots safely covered!




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