Thursday, March 17, 2016

Tips and Tricks - Natural Sunscreen Reviews for 2016

And - our final addition to the 2016 best natural sunscreens category - here is a wonderful resource with plenty of great recommendations and tips:


Information - reviews, lists and tips on the best natural sunscreens this year

Top Reviewed Organic and Natural Sunscreen Products for 2016

Yes - more on natural and organic sunscreens! Turns out there is quite a bit of info out there on them - and here is another one of the better resources to find the top picks this year:

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Guide to Choosing Natural Sunscreens in 2016

Here is a fun and easy-to-look-at online magazine, giving you suggestions and helpful tips - all along the lines of natural and organic sunscreen and sunblock products.  =)

Best Natural Sunscreen List and Reviews - Guide to Natural and Organic Sunscreens on Flipboard

By Tonya Brisnehan | Updated early 2016 - More and more concern has gone into sunscreens with chemical additives - but what is available for those with natural and organic ingredients? Here is info on this year's best natural suncreen and sunblock products...

The Best Natural and Organic Sunscreens – SPF 30 and Higher

For people with sensitive skin, the best sunscreens are those with an SPF of 30 and higher - with natural and organic ingredients.

These sunscreens are designed for ultimate protection against the damages of too much sunshine. Sure, vitamin D is a great thing, but an overabundance of those beneficial sunny rays can be harmful. There are strong links between skin cancers and overexposure to sunshine, so a good, strong sunscreen is important.

It is a common misconception that you only need sunscreen when the weather is super sunny. Not true. Sunshine pierces through gray skies and clouds, and it can be just as damaging to your skin on a cloudy day as it is on a sunny day.

The following 3 among the best natural organic sunscreens are protective anytime, everywhere.


Alba Botanica Hawaiian Aloe Vera Sunscreen (SPF 30)

This sunscreen smells WOW, like you would imagine the brightest, most beautiful flowers in Hawaii would smell.

Ranked at SPF 30, this sunscreen has extreme water resistance for 80 minutes, making it a go-to for swimmers who love splashing around in outdoor pools, rivers, lakes, and oceans.

As for organic ingredients, this sunscreen combines the nourishing benefits of sunflower oil, the protective elements of tropical fruit extracts, and the healing abilities of aloe vera.

Yep, pure protection perfection!


Goddess Garden Sunny Natural Sunscreen (SPF 30)

Goddess Garden…the name, to me, conjures images of Grecian goddesses, basking in sparkling pools, warm but well-protected from the sunshine.

It makes me want to be a goddess. Ha!  What a spa weekend that would be. But I digress.

This sunscreen is wow-worthy because, while there are protective benefits, it packs an extra wallop of nourishing sunflower oils to hydrate, soften, and smooth your skin.

It lasts for 40 minutes of swimming and strolling.


Kiss My Face—Face Factor Sunscreen for Face and Neck (SPF 50)

I love this sunscreen brand because the name is adorable, but intimate.

It describes the relationship that your skin has with protective, natural creams, like sunscreen. It also describes the after effects—lots of kisses on smooth, unblemished, well-taken care of skin.

Yes, this particular sunscreen is marketed for your face and neck, but you can really use it anywhere on your body.

Rated at an SPF 50, this sunscreen protects your skin, while encouraging a natural, healthy glow—courtesy of the natural vitamins and minerals packed inside every dollop.


Find additional picks among natural and organic sunscreens for the spring and summer of 2016 - see the video below:

Sunday, March 13, 2016

2016 Top 5 List of Natural and Organic Sunscreens

More on natural and organic sunscreens!  For this spring and summer, here is yet another great list of choices:

Natural and Organic Sunscreens - Collection of 2016's Best

Pinterest is also in on the action of natural and organic sunscreens - here is a board where you can peruse some favorites and look at some extremely helpful lists, reviews and articles:

New List for 2016 - Natural and Organic Sunscreen "Best Ofs"

Here is a list - it lines up the "best of" (by popularity and ratings) natural and organic sunscreen picks for spring and summer of 2016:

Which Natural Sunscreens are the Best? Here is a Video List...

Nice list - here is a short video with a few great selections in natural and organic sunscreens:

Favorite Natural and Organic Sunscreens for Spring and Summer 2016

Info - or rather uh - the "scoop" on natural and organic sunscreens for this year.  Nice!

Best Natural Sunblocks - 2016 Favorite Natural and Organic Sunscreens | Christmas and Birthday Gifts

Sunscreens with natural ingredients can bring more peace of mind to those who are "in the know" about artificial chemicals and their short and long-term effects. Being of that mind myself, I have put together a list of resources and top picks among the best natural sunscreens for 2016 - great for...

Herbal Skin Protection - ?!

Yes, there are herbs that can help you to protect your skin.  Might be more to it than you realize!  Here is an article that I found on the subject - good read.  =)

10 Natural Sun Protection Herbs, Oils and Vitamins for Skin

Ultraviolet radiation (UV) from the sun can wreak havoc on skin. Over time, it can cause sunburns, wrinkles, premature aging, and cancer, and reduce immunity against infections. Always use sun protection on a daily basis to protect yourself from damaging UV rays, but if you want to go the extra mile to delay the signs of aging, try the following herbs for an extra boost of antioxidants.

Skin Tips for Sun Protection - Helpful Anti-Aging Tips

Here is an article that can help beyond the "sunscreen stage" of skin protection.  Some handy tips.

How to Sun-Proof (and Age-Proof) Your Skin

For starters, every woman should eat a diet that's rich in fruits and vegetables. They contain antioxidant compounds, which reduce the damaging effects of sunshine. (Refraining from smoking also makes a difference because cigarette smoke creates huge numbers of skin-damaging molecules.) But the most important thing you can do is shield your skin from the sun.