Burt’s Bees Chemical-Free Sunscreen


We all know by now that we are supposed to wear sunscreen everyday if we want to preserve our healthy, youthful skin and avoid sun damage. But lately I’ve been hearing all kinds of terrible things about the chemicals that are in sunscreens and how they too can be harmful to our skin. So what are we supposed to do? 

Thank goodness for Burt’s Bees, who have their Burt’s Bees Chemical-Free Sunscreen. This sunscreen’s primary ingredient is titanium dioxide, a natural mineral that blocks the sun as soon as you put it on, unlike most sunscreens that need at least 30 minutes to activate. And there is no sign of ingredients like benzophenone, octinoxate, octylmethoxycinnamate, and oxybenzone which can be harmful to our health. Burt’s Bees Chemical-Free Sunscreen has a fresh scent and is light enough to wear on your face. The light-weight, non-greasy formula won’t clog pores and won’t cause breakouts.

Burt’s Bees is one of my favorite companies so I’m not surprised that they’ve made another great, healthy product.



6 responses to “Burt’s Bees Chemical-Free Sunscreen

  1. Good information. I hear pure shea has sunblocking properties, but it’s so heavy!

  2. Thanks for this information…I usually shy away from Sunscreen cause I have lots of melanin…but I’m singing a different tune as a thirty something..

    This seems perfect for my natural product loving self.

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  4. i use neutrogena ultra sheer sunscreen, do you think it’s good? can it be harmful to our skin?

  5. Love the Burt’s Bees range, can’t wait to try a new product from them!!

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