Green Goo Solar Goo Sun Protection Stick
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Solar Goo Sun Protection Stick provides 40 minutes of moisturizing, water-resistant, broad-spectrum SPF 30 protection that’s petroleum free, chemical free, oxybenzone free, gluten free, and coral-reef safe — all with only seven all-natural ingredients.
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Why it’s Good Stuff
From the oldest herbalist in the United States comes Solar Goo Sun Protection Stick–the ideal way to protect sensitive skin from the sun. This simple recipe (only 7 ingredients) blocks UVA and UVB rays with the combination of coconut oil, shea butter and 20% Non-Nano Zinc Oxide. The infusion of soothing calendula flowers in Solar Goo helps further condition the skin. 0.6 oz stick.
- Petroleum, Chemical, Gluten Free
- SPF 30
- Great for babies and kids
Green Goo is one of the oldest herbal salve companies in America, founded in 1971. At Green Goo, each recipe is carefully designed using the wisdom of traditional herbal medicine, and all of the ingredients used by Green Goo are organic, although the beeswax and some of the wildcrafted herbs are not certified as such. Green Goo makes small batches of salve to insure freshness and quality.
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ACTIVE INGREDIENTS (*ORGANIC):
Claudia Pennington –
I’ve never used a sunscreen like this before, so I was excited to try something new. Previously, I had only used Badger sport. I find this sunscreen is easier to apply and doesn’t run into my eyes when I sweat. I really like it!
Colleen (verified owner) –
I am often caught off guard with needing sunscreen for myself and my family, so I got one of these to carry in my purse. It goes on easily and has a nice, subtle smell. I’ve used it on my face and appreciate that it is clear once you rub it in. I also like the fact that it’s solid and won’t end up all over the inside of my purse.
Julia (verified owner) –
I have used this product only once so far. I like the texture – it doesn’t feel overly greasy despite the ingredients. However, I wore it on a bike ride and I had sweat dripping into my eyes, which has never happened before. I will try it again to be sure, but I may be sticking with chemical sunscreens for exercise.