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What's the best mineral sunscreen for babies?

My dad the chemist's pick is Coppertone Water Babies Pure & Simple SPF 50. But it's important to note that this is not a purely mineral sunscreen, and it contains parabens (if that matters to you).

Baby sunscreen is a hot topic, especially if you live in an area that gets a lot of sun, like my baby niece does. The problem with many baby sunscreens is that most babies don’t like the sunscreen application process—especially when it feels thick and pasty. Zinc oxide is a very effective UV filter (and is the only FDA-approved ingredient to block all three types of UV rays: UVA1, UVA2, and UVB), but it oftentimes makes sunscreen feel thick, and it leaves a white cast. My dad mentioned…

Carol's Daughter Almond Milk Hair Mask Review

This hair mask has a pleasant almond fragrance, and helps smooth out your flyaways and tangles—but it may weigh your hair down.

Bad hair days are the worst. Some people wear hats or scarves to cover up their less-than-luscious locks, but I usually just resort to tying my hair in a ponytail and using a bobby pin to smooth back my side bangs. Can any hair mask make your bad hair days a thing of the past? Probably not. But Carol’s Daughter Almond Milk Hair Mask is one of those products that feels like an indulgence, and self care at its finest—even though its smoothing benefits don’t last very long for me.