Frequently Asked Questions
A: It is advisable to limit time in the sun, especially from 10 am - 2 pm. Wear long-sleeved shirts, pants, hats, and sunglasses.
A: The expiration date is printed on the bottle. However, sunscreens are required by the Food and Drug Administration to remain at their original strengths for at least three years, so as long as the sunscreen has just been opened, it will be effective for 3 years, but probably not as effective as before the expiration date.
A: Yes, our mineral formula is lightweight and doesn't clog pores so it's a perfect option to use underneath your makeup.
A: We’ve had PA testing done which uses PPD and converts to the appropriate number of + signs. You’ll see under “Other Information” on the label, a PA+++ which is the highest rating and means the PPD is higher than 8+