Mineral vs Chemical Sunscreen +Giveaway

Mineral vs Chemical Sunscreen +Giveaway Mineral vs Chemical Sunscreen +Giveaway

Hey, friends! Today I’m talking about Skin Cancer Awareness month, sharing the difference between chemical vs mineral sunscreens, and sharing some of my favorite moisturizers with SPF. Watch below and don’t forget to scroll all the way to the bottom for the giveaway!

Mineral vs Chemical Sunscreen +Giveaway

What’s Covered in the Video?

  • Clean sunscreens 
  • Chemical vs mineral sunscreens
  • what does reef safe mean?
  • When to apply sunscreen 
  • How often to reapply 
  • Babies and kids 
  • more tips 


One lucky winner will win their choice of the Hyaluronic Facial Solar Protector or the Essential Solar Protector, enter below.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thanks so much!

x, T

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  1. I had a basal cell carcinoma removed from my nose 2 years ago. Sunscreen is extremely important. Thanks for this post.

  2. Good sunscreens are so important. I know I’m pretty lax lately about using enough on my skin. Mostly it’s because I don’t like the smell of most sunscreens. I’m still looking for one that’s lightweight, non greasy, and non stinky lol

  3. I have worked in a Cancer Center for 25 years, you don’t want to be a patient, use sunscreen every day!

  4. It amazes me that people still sit outside in the sun at lunch for an hour with no sunscreen because they “need vitamin D; it’s good for you!” Meanwhile, they’re all getting dark but have more wrinkles than I do and I’m 20 years older than some of them. A lot of people don’t want to hear about skin cancer (good ol’ “it can’t happen to me” mentality) but sometimes you can appeal to their vanity! Anyway, I’m with you: sunscreen every day (even if you’re inside) on any exposed skin. Not negotiable. Sure, I forget every once in a while, especially if I’m inside all day, but never with my face/neck and hands!

  5. I have many family members and friends who have or have had skin cancer. It is important for me to be as safe as possible by using sunscreen daily.

  6. As a pharmacist, I try to encourage many of my patients about the serious dangers of skin cancer. I love that you distinguish mineral vs chemical sunscreens and that you do so directly, clearly and simplistically for anyone to understand! A quick tip (if you’re interested) that i’ve learned from school called the SPF equation. Multiply the Sun Protection Factor (SPF) x the # of minutes under the sun = this will equal the amount of time (in minutes) your sunscreen will protect you from getting a sunburn! That way, you know when and how often you need to reapply!

  7. For some reason I haven’t been able to see your Instagram page for a few weeks. Is anyone else having this problem? Could be the problem is on my end.

  8. I am big on sunscreen. I wear it on my face/neck under my makeup & on my hands year round whether it’s cold or hot, rainy or sunny.. I don’t care.

  9. I have Lupus and the ? is my enemy! Even on cloudy days I must wear sunscreen! It’s a daily ritual and habit I have to follow.

  10. I had a skin cancer on my nose removed a year ago. The surgery was bad and the scar is very visible. Wish I would have realized the importance of sunscreen when I was young. Your video had a lot of valuable information and tips. Thanks for spreading the word about the importance of a quality sunscreen.

  11. I have switched to clean beauty products. I don’t have a sunscreen yet so this was a very timely and informative video!

  12. I’m currently nursing a nasty sunburn. I’ve GOT to get better at putting on sunscreen!

  13. I’m a fair skinned lady, so I spend my summers slathered in sunscreen. I’ve always wondered if the ingredients are ok for me. You absolutely have me convinced to give mineral sunscreen a try!

  14. My grandmother had skin cancer on her arm. We live in the Southwest and it’s always sunny. One issue I wish you touched upon is all races and ethnicities can be subject to skin cancer and no matter your pigmentation people need to utilize sunscreen. I have so many friends who think people of color cannot get skin cancer and laugh when I offer them sunblock.

  15. I’m very fair skinned and light sensitive so I just burn! Sunscreen is so important so me, but I’m always looking for ones that won’t irritate my sensitive skin or break out my face. So many have lavender in them too which I’m very allergic to! It’s definitely a journey to find “the one” ?

  16. I’m on a mission to clean out my cabinets and start using more natural products. This sounds like a great product.

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