Sun & Outdoors Specials
4th time purchasing this brand
If you are looking for a non-greasy, quickly and easily absorbed, micro-nano, non-greasy and conventional sunscreen...this is not it.
However if you're happy with a sunscreen that works and is certified organic with ingredients a child would understand, then Badger sunscreens are for you.
Personally, I work outdoors in horticulture, so don't actually care about the grease/whitening factor much, in terms of aesthetics. It's not ideal if you're going for subtle, but my priority is a organic, non-micro nano sunscreen and this fits the bill, more so than other sunscreens boldly claiming "natural" when being anything but. I've been using for a couple years now and one 87mL container lasts me more than 6 months so I feel that justifies the price. A little goes a long way.
Natural looking colour, easy to apply
I have fair to medium skin tone and I'm impressed with this self-tan. It goes on easily and within seconds you have a nice natural looking colour. One application was enough to give me the colour I wanted. It is the best of the more natural self-tanners I have tried over the years. The colour also fades well i.e. it is not patchy. Will be purchasing again.
Protecting my skin
As we go into summer an spf 15 moisturiser is really great for protecting my skin while the sun is not as harmful as full summer. I use this moisturiser on my legs and arms only (must admit I find it a bit heavy for my face). It feels like a good natural protection from the sun and is easy to use and you don't need much. I really like it.
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