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Sun Bum SPF 30 Continuous Spray Sunscreen

by Paulina Dao

Sun Bum SPF 30 Continuous Spray Sunscreen Review

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to start talking sun care! I previously covered Sun Bum’s PRO SPF 50 Sunscreen here. Today, I have the Sun Bum SPF 30 Continuous Spray sunscreen!

If you’re looking for a hands-free, easy to apply sunscreen to keep you protected, Sun Bum has got you covered.

The ultra sheer, lightweight, quick drying spray will be your best friend in the summer months. It won’t clog your pores or leave you feeling super greasy. And the best part is, look, ma, no hands! No rubbing in necessary. Just spray and be on your way. It is broad spectrum UVA/UVB Protection, water/sweat resistant for up to 80 minutes.

Like all aerosols, apply liberally for best coverage and don’t inhale the stuff.

Sun Bum SPF 30 Continuous Spray sunscreen is paraben free, PABA free, and oil free. It also contains Vitamin E to help fight premature skin aging.

The bottle is your standard aerosol sunscreen container with a turn-to-lock spray nozzle to keep it from going haywire in your pack.

The only con? This sunscreen contains fragrance. If you’re sensitive to smells, especially sweet smells, this might make you feel sick. It has a light coconut scent that is most fragrant (or pungent) upon application. It wears off as the day goes on and it’s not very strong, but it is still noticeable.

All in all, the Sun Bum SPF 30 Continuous Spray is a solid item to have in your pack for sunny days.

Buy for $15.99.

This was sent to me for review.

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