Badger SPF 16 Aloe Sunscreen Lotion

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Package Quality: 3.0

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Package Quality: 3.0

Price: $$

Not tested on animals

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Age: 19-24

Skin: Acne-prone, Dark, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

my skin is finicky, so i prefer to use naturally sourced products or products with a short ingredient list. many of my products fall under this category, and some don't - my sunscreen being one of them. however, it's hard to find an organic, non-nano physical filter sunscreen that works for a darker woman of color.

i found out about badger, and once i read reviews that it was super white and pasty on lighter skinned individuals, i took badger off the list of consideration. later, i found out they reformulated their sunscreen lotions for the face, and people were more satisfied with it. i even read reviews where people said there was NO white pastiness.

i was a bit skeptical, but the ingredients were good for my acne, clog prone skin, and it wasn't as expensive as other natural sunscreens so i went for it. plus, i figured if it sucked color wise, i could mix with foundation.

i bought a tube at whole foods, came home, tried it and......i looked terrible.
no matter how many thin layers i used to gradually build it up, or how long i patted it in, or how long i let it absorb, i still looked ridiculous. it also didn't spread easily. mixing it with foundation didn't help either.

i'm sure this is a great product, but if you're anywhere past a tan skin color, this will not work for you (cosmetically at least. i'm sure it functions well.)

i guess i'm sticking with my olay sensitive spf 15 sunscreen for now.


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