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1.7oz Cetaphil Sheer Mineral Liquid Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Sunscreen EXPIRED

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Amazon has 1.7oz Cetaphil Sheer Mineral Liquid Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Sunscreen on sale for $7.57 when you checkout with Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has 1.7-Oz Cetaphil Sheer 100% Mineral Liquid SPF 50 Sunscreen w/ Zinc Broad Spectrum for $7.97 - 5% when you checkout with Subscribe & Save = $7.57. Shipping is freew/ Prime or on $25+.

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Yes. You should stick with a zinc sunscreen. It is safer than compounds with an "ox-" chemical prefix. These are suspected to change estrogen levels.

https://www.webmd.com/skin-proble...-chemicals

Also, never use a sunscreen that doesn't have "broad spectrum". This word basically means it will cover both uva and uvb rays.

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Always in for sunscreen.
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I literally just ordered the same stuff by Neutrogena on Walmart site. Oh well, it's only $3 difference.
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Does this work for men?
Yes. You should stick with a zinc sunscreen. It is safer than compounds with an "ox-" chemical prefix. These are suspected to change estrogen levels.

https://www.webmd.com/skin-proble...-chemicals

Also, never use a sunscreen that doesn't have "broad spectrum". This word basically means it will cover both uva and uvb rays.
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I got 25% off first s&s!
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Yes. You should stick with a zinc sunscreen. It is safer than compounds with an "ox-" chemical prefix. These are suspected to change estrogen levels.
Thanks. So this sunscreen sounds like a rip off of Japanese Allie brand sunscreen I've been using for years and going to try it out. If it is I'm going to be super happy to not have to source from Japan anymore. Most other face sunscreen leaves oily on my face and cause breakouts.
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Thanks. So this sunscreen sounds like a rip off of Japanese Allie brand sunscreen I've been using for years and going to try it out. If it is I'm going to be super happy to not have to source from Japan anymore. Most other face sunscreen leaves oily on my face and cause breakouts.
I know how you feel. I buy a Korean sunscreen, but it's expensive in America 😩
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[QUOTE=Cookieless;148106719]Yes. You should stick with a zinc sunscreen. It is safer than compounds with an "ox-" chemical prefix. These are suspected to change estrogen
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Seems I burn easier as I age. My 15spf sunscreen didn't cut it for just an hour hike in the sun. Maybe this will be an improvement.

Edit: Ah it's a zinc compound. There is no such thing as a sheer zinc sunscreen. I'm not interested in a ghost face.
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This get's a 6 from ewg.org. The lower the score out of 10, the better.

https://www.ewg.org/sunscreen/abo...2C_SPF_50/
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I normally like La Roche-Posay and having had skin issues from the sun I was happy to try this product. It's a mineral sunscreen designed for the face. Unfortunately, I wasn't keen on this. The product felt drying on application. My skin looked dry. In addition, it leaves a white cast. This would not be something I would purchase.
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