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Anonymous (not verified)
on Jun 15, 2011

All Skin Types - A Chemical Free, non-irritating sunblock with ZinClear.

I don't know what ZinClear is suppose to be, but has anyone tried this one ?

It is said to be a very good line that is sold in Whole Foods.

on Jun 18, 2011

ZinClear is a relatively new ingredient (a form of zinc oxide) appearing in more and more mineral-based sunscreens. Here are a couple of links for information.

http://newhope360.com/personal-care/sun-care-magnifies-nanotechnology-de...

http://www.dow.com/personalcare/technologies/uvtechnologies/zinclear.htm

Anonymous (not verified)
on May 17, 2012

This is very interesting as my grandmother has tried multipule samples of sunscreen only to find out they have gluten in them which has become a horrible problem for my mother who when we go certain places gets sunburned horribly, I don't need to worry about it although i have the gluten allergy as well but I only tan even in the type of sun that will bring my brother to have a sunburn who's skin is like mine that will usually only tan, I have only had 1sunburn in my life but all of my family has, like when we went to a air show the sun screen became a huge issue as my mother ended up having to resort to putting gluten filled sun screen on her skin not only making herself sick but not doing anything to actually protect her skin from the sun, i was the only one who did not recieve a single burn, my mother has insisted that i have had them before but i only got alittle pink on my shouldars which were exposed and not even taking the sunscreen, i risked it and when we came home and everyone was acking only me didn't because for some reason i may get pink or a light shade of red but i never hurt like your supposed too and only once have i been burned but it is so nice to know that there are gluten free sunscreens out there and that someone is actually helping us with these allergies that actually cares about other people's skin.

on Jul 3, 2013

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on Jul 18, 2013

Babies are the gift of God and there are the most important part of our family. Only having a baby is not important the main thing is that how we take care of our baby. We should be always careful about their fooding, clothing and many more stuffs so that they receive the best treatment from us. The temperature is increasing day so we definitely need a better sunscreen for our child.

on Aug 2, 2013

We've been using this seventh generation baby sunscreen lotion and it's really effective, no irritation occur and gives our baby a healthy skin and it really prevent damaging skin from sunscreen. We all know that the skin of babies are very sensitive and we better be careful of what we're applying to their skin, so i also highly recommend this product. Try it and see the result.

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on Oct 1, 2013

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on Nov 28, 2013

when move the children to the outside people face the some problem with the baby skin. For the baby skin there are many type of products available in the market, for the skin they use the sunscreen lotion and it will help for the skin. For the baby there are many type of products available in from different companies.
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on Mar 9, 2015

Sunscreens always seeps through the skin, there's no way this thing can be safe! Unfortunately it's the best sun protection we can get..

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