I always use baby sunscreens due to the higher spf in them. This is the one I’ve been using my last 18 years of life and as a very fair completed person, I needed that extra spf. Anyone of any skin color should use as much sod as possible to prevent skin damage and possible cancers. I would give this a five star is it were less greasy. -Lexie Love (Youtube)
I love it. Not too full of fragrance and does a really good job of protecting my little ones. I always reapply it on them each time they get out of the water or every other time and it truly protects the skin. It doesn’t create a too pasty white of a substance and it isn’t sticky or oily.
This by far one of my favorite sun screen products and must have for the summer!! Whether your at the beach,on the boat,or by the pool it will keep you from looking like a fried lobster. I keep this in my beach bag for use around my face and shoulders because that’s where I tend to burn more easily and faster.
My pediatrician recommended that we not go OVER 50 on my until he was older. The concentration of chemicals is higher in the higher SPFs, and since their skin-to-body ratio is higher than ours, they absorb more of the chemicals. My husband and I use the 50, but still use a mineral sunscreen on our son.