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Review of Suntegrity Natural Sunscreen

This Sunscreen Gets a Big Thumbs Up

The latest and greatest product to come across my desk has been Suntegrity Moisturizing Face Protection SPF 30 ($45), a zinc oxide sunscreen that works beautifully. Suntegritiy's founder, Tricia Trimble, decided to get into the sunscreen business after her mother died of skin cancer, and her commitment to creating a healthy, eminently wearable sunscreen is obvious.

There are several reasons to like Suntegrity. Since it's zinc-based, it has great full-spectrum coverage, and there isn't necessarily the same risk of allergic reaction some chemical sunscreens have. It also goes on white so you can see where you've applied it, then it dries clear. And it smells faintly of orange sherbet.

The only thing I'd keep in mind with Suntegrity is that it's not water-resistant. For me, that means this is a great everyday sunblock, but maybe not what I'd use on vacation somewhere beachy or for a daylong hike, since I'd be reapplying constantly. Have you tried Suntegrity?

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roivoire roivoire 5 years
While the products seem great, the daily deal you are offering for these products is misleading - it appears as if you buy the three products for $30, but its only for a $70 credit - you still have to pay and additional $15, then tax, then shipping. I find that somewhat disconcerting.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 5 years
Well thanks everyone for replying. I am still waiting for a company whose pitch will be "doesn't stain clothes!" lol
Miriam-Lacey Miriam-Lacey 5 years
Sorry you don't like it, Anon. I think it's pretty great, and I like that it's thick because for me that means using less. My skin is also very dry, and I actually think this stuff does a good job of moisturizing. Zince-senstive people definitely should avoid zinc sunblocks, though. Roaring Silence, I don't know if it does. It shouldn't, but there's a lot that goes into the dyeing and fabric preparing process, and I don't want to tell you that there won't be a chemical reaction.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 5 years
Does anyone know if this will stain white clothing?
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