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Baby Bum Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50 Review: My new go-to sunscreen

This mineral sunscreen is affordable, moisturizing, and doesn't leave a heavy cast. Plus, it's not only suitable for babies but also adults with sensitive skin!

I can’t believe it’s already been five months since my last post. My timing is a little off because we’re already well into autumn, but I’m going to share this post anyway: my favorite sunscreen find of the year! Drumroll please…it’s Baby Bum Mineral Sunscreen SPF 50! I’ve tried one of Sun Bum’s chemical sunscreens in the past, but it had a strong fragrance that turned me off. Earlier this year, I tested out the mineral formula for babies…

Cetaphil Sheer Mineral Face Liquid Sunscreen SPF 50 Review

This liquid mineral sunscreen includes niacinamide, bisabolol, allantoin, SPF boosters, and water resistance ingredients to help ensure that the sunscreen stays on.

Cetaphil has a great reputation as a maker of some of the world’s most beloved moisturizers. Their moisturizing lotion is a favorite around here, so I was excited to hear that they introduced a mineral liquid facial sunscreen. SPF 50, water-resistant, and fragrance-free? Yes, yes, and yes. And it’s entirely based on zinc oxide, which is the FDA-approved sunscreen ingredient that is best for sensitive skin, according to my dad. But wait a minuteā€”it’s a mineral sunscreen, so will…

Pipette SPF 50 Sunscreen Review

This lightweight zinc sunscreen isn't just meant for babies. Anyone with sensitive skin should consider checking it out because it's fragrance-free and formulated with moisturizing ingredients like squalane and glycerin.

If you have sensitive skin, it’s usually a good idea to look out for products targeted to babies. Though they can sometimes be more expensive, baby products tend to be formulated with less irritating preservatives and ingredients so as not to aggravate babies’ delicate skin (or parents’ concerns). When I first came across Pipette SPF 50 Sunscreen on Target’s website, I was intrigued. You might have noticed that I have a weird obsession with trying out all the zinc-based…