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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Michael Todd Natural SPF Sunscreen

Micheal Todd is a brand that I believe in wholeheartedly after I was sent a Soniclear brush with several samples of other products. They now sent me the Natural SPF Sunblock from the line, and I love it to! It spread on evenly and does not leave a greasy residue like so many other sunscreens do. It is also important to know just what is in your sunscreen with all of the the other brands in the news lately for not being safe or effective enough. Micheal Todd could not be more clear or transparent about what is in their Nature's Block and that is really reassuring to me as a Mom.


Zinc Oxide 15.39%
  • Protects the skin against damaging UV rays
  • Not water soluble so it won’t run when you sweat
  • A known healing ingredient with hydrating properties

Titanium Dioxide 1.9%
  • Safe protection for sensitive and rosacea prone skin
  • Doesn’t sting the eyes like chemical sun protection can
  • Complete broad spectrum physical sunscreen

Organic Aloe Vera Leaf Juice
  • Nature’s first aid kit is known for its’ soothing properties
  • Contains Auxin known for its’ anti-inflammatory properties
  • Contains Gibberellins to heal and stimulate the growth of new cells
A complete list of all ingredients can be seen at Michael Todd.  This sunscreen is very effective and has not clogged my pores at all! All in all, I am very happy and will be ordering more when I run out!


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