Clipping Money: Review: Sunny Days Natural Sunscreen

6/22/13

Review: Sunny Days Natural Sunscreen



Sunny Days mineral sunscreen from Ma Min Skin Care does not contain Benzophenone. It blends the mineral Titanium Dioxide with Plant-Derived Peptides and Green Tea Polyphenols to form a natural, protective layer on the skin that provides broad spectrum protection against infrared,  UV-A, and  UV-B rays.  It also contains Beta-Carotene and Vitamin A + E-  that also guards skin from UV and pollution-induced free radical damage along with Aloe Vera, Natural Oils and a sugar-based emulsifier to help moisturize and soothe skin without clogging the pores. All these  ingredients help to protect against free radical production, collagen breakdown and the premature aging of skin. This sun block has a SPF 30 rating, is Paraben-free, Fragrance-free, PABA-free and Non-comedogenic so it shouldn't cause breakouts. 


I have been using this product on my children and myself anytime we head to the park or when I know we are going to be in the sun for a long period of time. It goes on like a thick lotion and it isn't greasy! SCORE!!  Any product that is going to help early skin aging signs, such as wrinkle formation, skin dryness, reduced elasticity and age spots is a great bonus for me and I welcome it as part of my skin care routine. 

Apply evenly to face, neck, and eye area before sun exposure, and reapply as often as needed. Do not rub excessively. It is recommended that you allow 20 seconds for Sunny Days to dry before you apply other products.

Not only does this lightweight, formula provide excellent sun protection, it is so gentle it can be used on all skin types - even sensitive. You can also use it to protect the delicate eye area and on new scars. Moms can use it during pregnancy and on their children. 

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