Three Natural Sunscreens to Try This Summer

Protect your family from the sun the natural way.

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When it comes to sunscreen, there are a lot of mixed opinions and misinformation out there. Some people are staunch supporters of sunscreen, while others think that it might actually give you cancer. There are also many different kinds of sunscreen out there, from the kind you spray on, to the kind that has to be rubbed in.

Regardless of all these different factors though, it is undeniable that getting a sunburn can’t possibly be good for your skin, and protecting your children’s skin is probably pretty high up on your list of priorities.

READ MORE: The Best Non-Toxic Sunscreens for This Summer

So the best way to go about making sure your family is protected from the sun is by opting for natural sunscreen. That way, you get the benefit of SPF protection without the drawbacks of harsh chemicals.

Here are three natural sunscreens to try out this summer, so you can enjoy the beautiful weather without worrying about unhealthy side effects.

SPRAY ON: BEAUTYCOUNTER Countersun Mineral Sunscreen (SPF 30).

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If you’re a no-muss spray-on kind of mom, this water resistant spray offers UVA and UVB coverage.

RUB ON: Badger Sport Sunscreen Cream (SPF 35).

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This rub-on sunscreen is great for athletes and outdoorsy people, and is non-comedogenic and fragrance-free. If you want to make sure to get even, full coverage, this may be the sunscreen for you.

SUNSCREEN STICK: SuperGoop! 100% Mineral Sunscreen Stick (SPF 45).

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If you’re looking for something easy to apply, that doesn’t get your hands too messy, this sunscreen is easy to travel with, and works for both your face and body.

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