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    Default 100% natural sunscreen?

    100% natural... hmmm... You can make it yourself but it does not do much to solve problems or prevent problems...

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    I dont know of any "natural" sunscreens. But yeah.. if you are looking for non-greasy formulations you should try iS Clinical SPF 20 Powder Sunscreen. All you need to do is dab some on the face and you are ready to go!

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    thanks all for your suggestions. :P

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    I am using SPF15 sunscreen spray. I heared high SPF sunscreens do protect your skin better from the sun but it is adding so much stress to your skin. I am not sure if it true but my dermatologist recomemded me to re-apply lower SPF sunscreen often. It can also protect your skin well and is not so damaging to your skin!

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    I heard for only one natural product for sunscreen, it is yoghurt. It`s kind of silly but you can`t believe how it can helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    I heard for only one natural product for sunscreen, it is yoghurt. It`s kind of silly but you can`t believe how it can helps.
    Your right....that is silly.

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    how to apply yoghurt haha people will laugh.

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    Parabens are not used in nowadays' sunscreens.


    Here is a list of harmfull sunscreen ingredients causing acne, photosensitivity, skin ageing or even cancer.

    Here you can read what is a good sunscreen. Good sunscreen should not contain any irritating chemicals and should protect you against UV-A and UV-B rays. Sun protecting factor (SPF) 30 should be enough - SPF 50 does not give any considerable additional protection , so no point to spend money for this.

    Here is a list of safe sunscreen ingredients approved in US (by FDA), Europe, Australia andf Japan.

    Here is a supposedly independent site with sunscreen ratings.

    On the end sunscreen has to work for you: sunscreens come in different forms (gels, milks, creams, sprays..), some sunscreens are partly "resistant" to water and sweat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by boron View Post
    Parabens are not used in nowadays' sunscreens.


    Here is a list of harmfull sunscreen ingredients causing acne, photosensitivity, skin ageing or even cancer.

    Here you can read what is a good sunscreen. Good sunscreen should not contain any irritating chemicals and should protect you against UV-A and UV-B rays. Sun protecting factor (SPF) 30 should be enough - SPF 50 does not give any considerable additional protection , so no point to spend money for this.

    Here is a list of safe sunscreen ingredients approved in US (by FDA), Europe, Australia andf Japan.

    Here is a supposedly independent site with sunscreen ratings.

    On the end sunscreen has to work for you: sunscreens come in different forms (gels, milks, creams, sprays..), some sunscreens are partly "resistant" to water and sweat...

    Good post.



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