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Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen SPF 30+, Sensitive, 8.75-Ounce Bottle by Blue Lizard
- Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen SPF 30+ Sensitive, 8.75 fl oz by Blue Lizard
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Broad Spectrum UVA/UVB Sun Protection with 10% Zinc Oxide and 5% Titanium Dioxide;Paraben-Free, Fragrance-Free and Chemical Free;Gentle for sensitive skin;Dermatologist recommended;Smart bottle technology turns blue when harmful UVA rays are present
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Does it work? Ya. Better than any other sunscreen I have used. This includes all the brand names like coppertone or banana boat.
But do you have to reapply it every other minute? No. I am Caucasian but I have skin that tans easily. I will still burn though with prolonged exposure. I recently purchased blue lizard for a Florida vacation. I put the sunblock on about 10 minutes before going out. I go out and plop down on a lounge chair from 10-1. Get in and out of the pool a few times. Sweat like crazy in the 90+ degree sun. Go inside and take a nap. Reapply sunblock and go back out from 4-8 and sweat, swim, and lay in the sun.
Do you look like a ghost or does this stuff rub in? I did not have a problem with it leaving a white tint on my skin. It won't completely rub in like a spray on sunscreen or regular lotion. But it won't be a white streaky mess. I tried a badger sunscreen before blue lizard and stopped using it because not only did it not work but it was a thick and messy and made me look like Casper the chubby ghost.
How does it feel on your skin? I will tell you that I don't like wearing anything on my skin. I don't wear makeup. I rarely use lotion on my body. I tolerate the sunblock because I don't want to burn. Blue lizard feels like any other sun product I have used except that it has a bit of a waxy feel to it. So it doesn't feel like bare skin, but it's not much different than regular sunscreen.
So you have to spread it on with a putty knife? NO! This is the biggest difference between blue lizard and other mineral sunblocks. It goes on really well. It spreads evenly and quickly. Even my husband commented that is went on really well compared to the Badger. Some people complain that mineral sunblock is hard to remove. I just soaped up as usual and scrubbed with a washcloth and my skin was clear with not a lot of effort.
Does it smell like hippies? No. It doesn't smell like anything. Odor free.
According to blue lizard's website this product is NOT tested on animals. Yay!
Last words on blue lizard.
I still got a tan but didn't burn. I didn't run around looking like a streaky ghost. I didn't have to soak my body in chemicals in order to keep from burning. Will buy this again.
I am in no way associated with blue lizard and was not asked to review this product. I do this out of the goodness of my heart so other people who like to research products before they buy have a true understanding of how a product works.
Here is what happened:
I use a product called Balneol (to prevent hemorrhoids - awesome stuff by the way). It is a white bottle with a blue lid and blue writing (sound familiar!). So one morning, before my coffee and half asleep, I accidentally used this sunscreen where it is NOT supposed to be used - because the sun NEVER, EVER shines there! I was expecting the skin on that very sensitive part of my body to start to sting or burn.... but it didn't! Now granted, I wiped it off as quickly as I could - but the sunscreen is water-resistent, so it is hard to really completely remove it. And I was so surprised and truly relieved that when the product said "sensitive" it really was "sensitive"!!!! Now granted I don't recommend you do this experiment yourself - but having been the reluctant guinea pig, I can truly attest that it is ok for 'sensitive skin'!!! :)
Difference between "Baby" and "Sensitive": I called the company to find out whether I should get the "baby or sensitive" formula for my 2 year old twins (oh, did I mention twins? That may be why I was so tired and accidentally used the wrong product!!!) The person I spoke to said that the two products are really very similar and she recommended getting whichever one was cheaper at the time because they are both equally good and equally sensitive.
I hope that you may benefit from my mistake!
PS/Update from May 2017: My kids are now almost 5 years old and we are still using this sunscreen. However Blue Lizard has another version called "Sport". It is meant to last longer on the skin, even when swimming or sweating heavily (their website says 240 minutes in whirlpool water). The sport version does have chemicals (e.g., parabens) whereas the sensitive/baby does not. And the sport version is much "runnier" (the sensitive/baby versions are very thick and takes a moment to rub in) whereas the sport version rubs in very quickly and easily. I end up using both. I use the sensitive/baby on days when we are out in the sun, but not direct sun all day long (e.g., going to a park). And I use the sport version when we are going to the beach or hanging out all day at a pool. So if you are anti-chemical and want only natural ingredients, stick with the baby/sensitive versions. But if you prefer no chemicals, but are willing to use them on occasion (e.g., all day at the beach) then you may want to try the sport version as well.
Update: I took time off over the 4th and spent hours in a bikini on numerous days...no sunburn! We were in and out of the water, using towels, and I did not reapply. Very impressed with it's coverage and effectiveness.