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Sun Care product reviews from the community

this product almost killed me due allergic reaction. do not use this product. this left me blisters on my face, neck and arms. I have to take steroids for 3 days. f**k this product!!!

Mariano J Ed, about 1 month

This is one of the few sunscreens that doesn't give me allergies (ironic as it's flagged for allergens) and I have never burned while using it - even after hours outside on a really sunny day, and I have fair skin (and a sun allergy) I a...

tattooed mummy, 2 months

tHIS Product has proven to be the best I have used in 62 years! I am outside in the sun for periods of time from June - end of Sept.. It gets hot/sunny here in southern California. I have never burned. Just keep applying after 1.5 - 2 hr...

anne thorne, 3 months

Rating Sun Care products


To rate a personal care or household chemical product, GoodGuide considers the following attributes:

  • A health hazard rating based on the number of product ingredients categorized as low, medium or high health concern;
  • Indicators that the product exhibits other negative aspects (e.g., does the product contain ingredients that have been banned or subjected to regulatory restrictions);
  • Indicators that the product is among the best on the market in its category (e.g., has the product been certified as safe or healthy by a credible third-party);
  • Indicators of data gaps that preclude evaluation of the product (e.g., no or inadequate disclosure of product ingredients).

Categorizing Ingredients by Levels of Health Concern

Defining Levels of Health

In order to identify ingredients of health concern, we utilize the science of health hazard assessment and rely on lists of chemicals labeled hazardous by various authoritative organizations. GoodGuide tracks whether chemicals are recognized or suspected of causing any of twelve major types of human health problems, ranging from cancer to endocrine toxicity to skin or eye toxicity. We combine this hazard data with chemical potency, human detection frequency and toxicity testing information, in order to assign ingredients to four levels of health concern: none, low, medium and high.

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