Good Molecules Sheer Mineral Sunscreen

My Review:

This isn’t bad, but I have some other reasons why I don’t love this outside of the cast. There is a cast to this, but it’s not HEINOUS and light to medium skin tones will probably have a fine time with this. The finish is natural and nice, and it doesn’t sting my eyes. However, the formula started to separate in the bottle as it sat on my counter. In order for sunscreens to work, the filters have to be evenly dispersed in the formula, so if things start to separate, it’s a problem. That being said, I might have just gotten a bad bottle. Not a bad mineral sunscreen, but not my favorite.

My Rating: 1/3


Origin Country: United States

Volume/Weight: 50 mL

SPF: 30

UVA: Broad Spectrum [Critical Wavelength]

Type: Inorganic (Mineral/Physical)

Filters: Zinc Oxide

Cast on Me: 2 (Visible cast on me, best for light to medium skin tones)

Tint: No

Water Resistance: No

Added Fragrance/Essential Oils?: No

Alcohol?: No

Eye Sting for Me? No

Vehicle (Texture): Lotion

Finish: Natural

Nice Ingredients: Grape Seed Oil, Ethyl Ferulate, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Acetyl Glucosamine, Glycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Bisabolol, Aloe Leaf Juice

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