Black Girl Sunscreen Kids SPF 50

Black Girl Sunscreen

$10.00
Regular price $10.00

Powerful sun protection that is perfect for littles. The weightless, melanin-protecting Black Girl SPF 30 Sunscreen melts right into their chocolate skin with no sticky residue or white cast. Plus, the cocoa butter and carrot seed oil heals, moisturizes, and protects their skin as they get much needed time outside playing in the sunshine.

Ultra Sheer SPF. The moisturizing blend of carrot seed, jojoba, and almonds leaves skin protected and nourished, without the sticky effects of traditional sunscreens.

  • Carrot seed oil - With antioxidants galore, carrot seed oil helps naturally treat sun-damaged skin. Thanks to the beta carotene, carrot oil has wonderful skin healing and rejuvenating properties, too.
  • Cocoa seed butter - This nourishing butter diminishes dark spots and reverses dull skin. Filled with healthy saturated fats similar to coconut oil, it even helps reduce inflammation.
  • Avocado oil - Hydrating and softening, avocado oil is highly emollient with an excellent source of antioxidants, fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins—even acts as a natural mini sunblock.

Why We Love it: So listen, this is one of our best selling products, period. The reason that we and so many other people love it, is because this sunscreen doesn't have the sunscreen smell and it goes on like a moisturizer. That means it is not super thick, not hard to apply, so you can rub it in good before they leap off your lap onto the next adventure. It also doesn't leave the white cast that most sunscreens leave behind, so there are no worries or complaints about standing out from their friends. Yes, our babies need sunscreen and this sunscreen not only protects you from the UV rays but it also moisturizes and nourishes your skin. 

What Makes it Green: So this is going to be a long answer. Active ingredients in sunscreens come in two forms, mineral and chemical filters. Each uses a different mechanism for protecting skin and maintaining stability in sunlight. The most common sunscreens on the market contain chemical filters. These products typically include a combination of two to six of the following active ingredients: oxybenzone, avobenzone, octisalate, octocrylene, homosalate and octinoxate. Mineral sunscreens use zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide. A handful of products combine zinc oxide with chemical filters.

Laboratory studies indicate that some chemical UV filters may mimic hormones, and physicians report sunscreen-related skin allergies, which raises important questions about unintended human health consequences from frequent sunscreen application.

EWG has reviewed the existing data about human exposure and toxicity for the nine most commonly used sunscreen chemicals. The most worrisome is oxybenzone, which was added to nearly 65 percent of the non-mineral sunscreens, and it is known that oxybenzone can cause allergic skin reactions (Rodriguez 2006).

Black Girl Sunscreen is formulated with chemical filters, but it is not formulated with oxybenzone, the most damaging chemical filter. It is also formulated without parabens, phthalates, triclosan, or any of the twenty other toxic ingredients banned on our Toxic Twenty List.

We are working to get you the full detailed ingredient list. Contact us with questions.

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J.K.
My New Favorite Sunscreen

Exactly as described, does not leave white residue and it is almost odorless. I also feel like it causes less eye irritation than other sunscreens. Really great product. I will be only using this from now on!

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C.G.

This sunscreen is light on the skin without the white residues of most sunscreen. So far, hasn't made my daughter's excema prone screen break out.

Powerful sun protection that is perfect for littles. The weightless, melanin-protecting Black Girl SPF 30 Sunscreen melts right into their chocolate skin with no sticky residue or white cast. Plus, the cocoa butter and carrot seed oil heals, moisturizes, and protects their skin as they get much needed time outside playing in the sunshine.

Ultra Sheer SPF. The moisturizing blend of carrot seed, jojoba, and almonds leaves skin protected and nourished, without the sticky effects of traditional sunscreens.

  • Carrot seed oil - With antioxidants galore, carrot seed oil helps naturally treat sun-damaged skin. Thanks to the beta carotene, carrot oil has wonderful skin healing and rejuvenating properties, too.
  • Cocoa seed butter - This nourishing butter diminishes dark spots and reverses dull skin. Filled with healthy saturated fats similar to coconut oil, it even helps reduce inflammation.
  • Avocado oil - Hydrating and softening, avocado oil is highly emollient with an excellent source of antioxidants, fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins—even acts as a natural mini sunblock.

Why We Love it: So listen, this is one of our best selling products, period. The reason that we and so many other people love it, is because this sunscreen doesn't have the sunscreen smell and it goes on like a moisturizer. That means it is not super thick, not hard to apply, so you can rub it in good before they leap off your lap onto the next adventure. It also doesn't leave the white cast that most sunscreens leave behind, so there are no worries or complaints about standing out from their friends. Yes, our babies need sunscreen and this sunscreen not only protects you from the UV rays but it also moisturizes and nourishes your skin. 

What Makes it Green: So this is going to be a long answer. Active ingredients in sunscreens come in two forms, mineral and chemical filters. Each uses a different mechanism for protecting skin and maintaining stability in sunlight. The most common sunscreens on the market contain chemical filters. These products typically include a combination of two to six of the following active ingredients: oxybenzone, avobenzone, octisalate, octocrylene, homosalate and octinoxate. Mineral sunscreens use zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide. A handful of products combine zinc oxide with chemical filters.

Laboratory studies indicate that some chemical UV filters may mimic hormones, and physicians report sunscreen-related skin allergies, which raises important questions about unintended human health consequences from frequent sunscreen application.

EWG has reviewed the existing data about human exposure and toxicity for the nine most commonly used sunscreen chemicals. The most worrisome is oxybenzone, which was added to nearly 65 percent of the non-mineral sunscreens, and it is known that oxybenzone can cause allergic skin reactions (Rodriguez 2006).

Black Girl Sunscreen is formulated with chemical filters, but it is not formulated with oxybenzone, the most damaging chemical filter. It is also formulated without parabens, phthalates, triclosan, or any of the twenty other toxic ingredients banned on our Toxic Twenty List.

We are working to get you the full detailed ingredient list. Contact us with questions.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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J
J.K.
My New Favorite Sunscreen

Exactly as described, does not leave white residue and it is almost odorless. I also feel like it causes less eye irritation than other sunscreens. Really great product. I will be only using this from now on!

C
C.G.

This sunscreen is light on the skin without the white residues of most sunscreen. So far, hasn't made my daughter's excema prone screen break out.