We’ve had some hot summer days already in Edmonton. We basically skipped directly from winter to spring, so it’s time to dig out the sunscreen. Every year I hear people asking the same question, “What is the best non toxic sunscreen?” I still go back to my favourites: Devita Solar Protective Moisturizer for facial sunscreen, […]
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A lot of people tell me that natural sunscreens just don’t work for them – they still find that they get sunburn. What I think in my head when they say that is – how long are you sitting in the sun and how much of your skin is exposed to it? Sunscreen is definitely […]
I’ve posted about what natural sunscreens are my favourites, but those are more general ones for kids and for your body. What about facial sunscreens? The problem with natural sunscreens is that they tend to be thicker to apply, and of course have that white tint because of the zinc oxide. Not really ideal if […]
I’ve talked about some of my favourite natural sunscreens in a few other posts, but thought I would consolidate the information to make it easier to decide what to get and where to get it (physical stores are ones that I have visited in Edmonton). UPDATE: A few things to consider when choosing a sunscreen […]
I had a chance over the weekend to take some photos at London Drugs (Windermere location in Edmonton) of some other organic foods and natural sunscreens that they carry.