Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen - Baby Sunscreen Spf 30+ Broad Spectrum Uva/Uvb Protection - 3 Oz Tube

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  • $24.71
  • Regular price $39.69


  • Pediatrician recommended and designed for precious and snuggly-soft skin

  • No skin-irritating fragrances or parabens

  • Water resistant for 40 minutes

  • Mineral-based, broad spectrum SPF 30+ protection with 10% Zinc Oxide and 5% Titanium Dioxide

  • Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreens have been dermatologist trusted for over 20 years.

  • Size : 3 oz

Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen's Baby sunscreen is pediatrician recommended and provides gentle and effective mineral sun protection. Designed for precious and snuggly-soft skin, Baby protects your little one without parabens, fragrances or irritating chemicals.

Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen was born in Australia where location and climate create severe sun and skin conditions. To combat the harsh elements, Australia implemented some of the highest, most demanding sunscreen standards in the world. Today, we stay true to our Australian heritage by holding ourselves and our formulas to a higher, cleaner, safer and more responsible standard. We believe that strong protection doesn't require a harsh touch- that's why Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreens are mineral-based and doctor recommended.

Every Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen begins with a natural, not chemical, mineral base. Zinc Oxide, a key mineral in all of our formulas, is a doctor-trusted natural ingredient that provides true broad-spectrum protection from UV rays. Chemical sunscreens soak into your skin and absorb the sun's rays AFTER they've entered your body. Mineral-based sunscreens, like Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreens, act like millions of tiny mirrors on top of your skin and reflect most of the sun's rays BEFORE they enter your body. Mineral-based sunscreens are cleaner, safer and provide better protection. That's the mineral difference.

Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreens have been dermatologist trusted for over 20 years and are recommended by pediatricians.