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Cyrst886923 39 55 June 13, 2016 at 01:57 AM in Health & Beauty (10) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 06-13-2016 by qwikwit at 12:43 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 4-Pack 2oz Babyganics Mineral-Based Baby Sunscreen Lotion (SPF 50) on sale for $12.77 after 'clipped' 15% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checking out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks Cyrst886923

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Edited June 13, 2016 at 11:09 AM by jersharocks
Amazon.com Offered Babyganics Mineral-Based Baby Sunscreen Lotion [amazon.com], SPF 50, 2oz Tube (Pack of 4) $12.89 After 15% Off "Clip Coupon and Subscribe & Save 5%" + Free Shipping For prime Users.
Save 15% when you subscribe to 5 or more items.

Now $12.77 with 5% S&S
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One of the ingredients, OCTISALATE, is listed as 4 (mid risk) on EWG. The FDA limit is 5% and babyganics has it right at 5%.

The potential risks are related to reproductive and development activities. Here is a link to the OCTISALATE, https://www.truthinaging.com/ingr...octisalate,

The EWG is not a reliable source of information. http://chemistscorner.com/why-the...us-source/

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Nice save and repped. Thanks OP!!
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I received it a few days ago and I even didn't open it. And now its price get down.. Shit..Big Grin
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I received it a few days ago and I even didn't open it. And now its price get down.. Shit..Big Grin
Call Amazon and ask them to price match.
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I normally love Babyganics products. I bought these based on a friend's recommendation. These items were a good deal and i didnt have to hunt for coupons or sales and drive around drugstores, amazon had it for a great price. Hands left with no smell, non-drying, and i can use it to wipe down babys feeding tray in a cinch!
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Call Amazon and ask them to price match.
They don't do that anymore. Only TVs.
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I used this for awhile with my kids. Here is the ewg rating for your information.

http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/produ...SPF_50%2B/

Recently switched to rip off sunscreens due to my daughters allergies. Overall pretty happy with this product and would still use it if not for our specific case.
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thank you & repped
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Quote from lagvoid View Post :
I used this for awhile with my kids. Here is the ewg rating for your information.

http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/produ...SPF_50%2B/ [ewg.org]

Recently switched to rip off sunscreens due to my daughters allergies. Overall pretty happy with this product and would still use it if not for our specific case.
After doing this survey what do you think about it ? Is it safe for my child ? My child age is 2 now.
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Thank you op!! Perfect timing
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Reviews don't look that promising.. I'll pass.
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I don't think this is that great of a deal, I got two 6 oz. tubes of this stuff for $9.89 back in April from Amazon.

I wouldn't buy them again, as the ones I received were watery.
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Quote from Ossi75820 View Post :
I normally love Babyganics products. I bought these based on a friend's recommendation. These items were a good deal and i didnt have to hunt for coupons or sales and drive around drugstores, amazon had it for a great price. Hands left with no smell, non-drying, and i can use it to wipe down babys feeding tray in a cinch!
You use sunscreen to wipe down your baby's feeding tray??

Quote from Straycat76 View Post :
They don't do that anymore. Only TVs.
They won't price match but they will typically adjust the price for you. I have done it before. Just do an online chat.
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