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Baby & Kids Sensitive Sun Cream

Pure Beginnings

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The Pure Beginnings Baby & Kids Sensitive Sun Cream (SPF50+) offers very high broad-spectrum protection (UVA/UVB) against the sun. It is water-resistant and is manufactured with 100% natural mineral filters which are guaranteed free from nanoparticles. Although designed for babies and kids, the product is perfect for the whole family, especially for people with sensitive skin who may react to chemical-based sunscreens.

Age Groups:
9-12 Months
2-3 years
4-5 years
6-7 years
8+ years

Although I adore and swear by many Pure beginnings products. This sunscreen is not for us . I found it to be really is water resistant and doesn’t budge which is great. But unfortunately it leaves a strong white cast and really sticks in the eyebrow and hair line. I loved the fact that it consigns aloe to sooth the skin but it left my littles skin feeling a little irritated . We used it only once and I still have a full bottle which I won’t use again .

Posted 3 weeks ago

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I've tried Badger (too thick), KiddieKix and this. Prefer KiddieKix to this as this sun milk is just that Milk. On darker skin your child skin ends up looking grey, probably good for lighter skin tones only. I've just bought oh lief sunscreen so hopefully thats the one.

Posted 2 years ago

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Amazing protection! Can literally see the extra layer. After a swim at the beach the layer is still there. Does not even budge!!! It does however leave your baba looking white lol... but the protection and safety from the sun is amazing!

Posted 2 years ago

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