Black Girl Sunscreen Kids SPF 50

Black Girl Sunscreen

$ 9.99
Regular price $ 9.99

We care about your child’s skin, BGS Kids is infused with natural ingredients. BGS for Kids is an everyday SPF 50 moisturizing sunscreen lotion for face and body. Our sunscreen protects against harmful UVA/UVB rays and has eliminated all sticky white residue.

Soothes, moisturizes, protects, hydrates and heals your child’s skin. Water resistant for 80 minutes. No fragrance. No parabens. No silicones. No aluminums. Oxybenzone and Octinoxate free means your child’s sunscreen is ocean and reef friendly.

Chamomile used for fighting inflammation, chamomilla extracts soothes the skin.

Shea Butter moisturizes and softens dry skin.

Jojoba reduces redness, helps with eczema and rosacea.

Carrot Seed Oil contains vitamins A and E which enables it to promote healing.

Avocado moisturizes and hydrates the skin.

Sunflower Seed oil is rich in nutrients and antioxidants, also effective in combatting redness.

We care about your child’s skin, BGS Kids is infused with natural ingredients. BGS for Kids is an everyday SPF 50 moisturizing sunscreen lotion for face and body. Our sunscreen protects against harmful UVA/UVB rays and has eliminated all sticky white residue.

Soothes, moisturizes, protects, hydrates and heals your child’s skin. Water resistant for 80 minutes. No fragrance. No parabens. No silicones. No aluminums. Oxybenzone and Octinoxate free means your child’s sunscreen is ocean and reef friendly.

Chamomile used for fighting inflammation, chamomilla extracts soothes the skin.

Shea Butter moisturizes and softens dry skin.

Jojoba reduces redness, helps with eczema and rosacea.

Carrot Seed Oil contains vitamins A and E which enables it to promote healing.

Avocado moisturizes and hydrates the skin.

Sunflower Seed oil is rich in nutrients and antioxidants, also effective in combatting redness.

Black Girl Sunscreen

 

Shontay Lundy loves to be outside. She often hikes, practices yoga and walks her bulldog on the beach. Unfortunately, she couldn’t find a... read more