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    Amazon [amazon.com] has the Coppertone Pure & Simple Baby SPF 50 Sunscreen Stick on sale for $3.66 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on orders $25+.

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    Thanks got an extra 35% off with s&s coupon too.
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    do these go bad? Thinking of purchasing in advance for next summer
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    do these go bad? Thinking of purchasing in advance for next summer
    Sunscreen does indeed typically have an expiration date and the general guidance is that sunscreen should be kept no longer than three years.

    https://www.fda.gov/drugs/underst...-sun#dates

    That being said, mineral sunscreens like this one are incredibly stable and the "trick" to using a sunscreen like this later in its life is simply to use more.

    Good luck!
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    do these go bad? Thinking of purchasing in advance for next summer
    Same. Although this might be nice for a quick application for something outdoors that doesn't need a full slathering. Hope this is more convenient than the lotion because that usually ends up everywhere with my 1.5 year old
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    Thanks got an extra 35% off with s&s coupon too.
    35% extra?
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    Is this one really not "tear free"' like the lotion? At least the Amazon chart says it's not "tear free" for whatever reason.
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    Bleh, chemical sunscreen for babies/toddlers...
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    Have used this (and other stick-type sunscreens) several times. Slick at this price, as the lowest I've seen is ~$5 at Walmart in-store clearance. These are great for shorter outdoor trips or to leave in a diaper bag/purse as a "just-in-case" sunscreen. Easy to apply, you literally just rub it on exposed skin as you would deodorant. Works well, however, we didn't do any thorough testing of its claimed 50 SPF.

    As for the concerns about sunscreen chemicals, there unfortunately is a lot of debate on the matter. The FDA has/is conducting several studies [fda.gov] on the absorption of some chemicals within sunscreens. There is a good writeup on their findings from Harvard Med School [harvard.edu], as well as the American Academy of Dermatology [aad.org].

    While the main active ingredient in this sunscreen, Zinc Oxide, has been deemed "Generally Recognized As Safe and Effective" (GRASE) by FDA, the two others (Octinoxate & Octocrylene) have yet to be classified.

    If you're planning on using this with an infant, consider this only an extra safety step to protect your baby. Babies don't react the same way children/adults do in heat, so don't burn your child thinking that any sunscreen will prevent it. Keep them in shade, out of direct sun for more than a few minutes, wearing SPF clothing, and keep them hydrated. Here's the FDA's recommendations [fda.gov] on being in the sun with infants.
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    Is this one really not "tear free"' like the lotion? At least the Amazon chart says it's not "tear free" for whatever reason.
    Likely not "tear free" since it's a solid vs. liquid/cream sunscreen. Haven't tried it on my face to test out if it truly is tear free, however, it doesn't have that wet/runny feeling like creams do. It feels more akin to a smearing a powdery deodorant or dry bar of soap on the skin.
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    Just to add, it's a smaller package but to calculate the price of a regular size stick (1.5oz) it will be about the same price as a regular size. So to people who wants to try out this form of sunscreen it's worth a shot
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