What Makes This Good Stuff
Sunscreen is one of the hardest skincare products to buy with confidence–mineral-based is the way to go, but what about all this scary stuff about nanoparticles? And what about the theory that even “non-nano” sunscreens contain some nanoparticles? On top of all that, we worry about vitamin D deficiencies as a result of wearing sunscreen all the time, per dermatologists’ recommendations.
At last, Gimme the Good Stuff has found a sunscreen with an answer to all of these concerns, perfect for use on adults and babies alike. Green Screen D Organic SPF 35 is made with only six organic ingredients, and is fortified with the U.S. recommended daily allowance of vitamin D3 (400 IU per ounce of sunscreen).
What we particularly love about Kabana’s sunscreen is that it uses non-nano particles of zinc oxide that are also not micronized. For those of you who care to learn more about this complicated nano/micro particle-size issue, here is additional info
Kabana’s SPF testing data is available online (making them the only company to do so).