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    Hi 'm trying to find a suncream for my face. I've only ever used one that i use on the rest of my body but I've just found out that it contains about 7 different plant/nut oils!!!!
    I dont wish to feed any demodex or yeasts but I do want to protect my skin from sun damage & reduced the production of broken spider veins.
    All suggestions welcomed
    Thanks

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    Originally posted by Elmo View Post
    Hi 'm trying to find a suncream for my face. I've only ever used one that i use on the rest of my body but I've just found out that it contains about 7 different plant/nut oils!!!!
    I dont wish to feed any demodex or yeasts but I do want to protect my skin from sun damage & reduced the production of broken spider veins.
    All suggestions welcomed
    Thanks
    I use "Burn Out" brand for sensitive skin/face and really love it.

    M.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MissM View Post
      I use "Burn Out" brand for sensitive skin/face and really love it.

      M.
      Great I will look into ordering some. Looks perfect for my kids too!
      Looks like the recipe for this has changed recently are you happy with the new?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Elmo View Post
        Great I will look into ordering some. Looks perfect for my kids too!
        Looks like the recipe for this has changed recently are you happy with the new?
        My skin hasn't noticed a difference.

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        • #5
          The RRDi has a list of sunscreens which if you purchase through our affiliate store our non profit organization receives a small fee.
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          • #6
            I love La Roche-Posay Anthelios AOX with SPF 50. It's very lightweight.

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              Aquatic Logic
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              Last edited by Aquatic Logic; 29 June 2018, 01:38 PM.

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              • #8
                Elta MD UV Physical.

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                • #9
                  Some of the ones named above work for me... I also love Niod Survival 30, which also contains lots of antioxidants. It has a slightly tinted effect, although Niod claim it isn’t tinted per se, just the nature of the formulation.

                  Most recently I bought several tubs of Hada Labo spf 50 PA++++ sunscreen (form japan, but can be ordered through Amazon at a reasonable price). It’s chemical but has no sensitivity issue with me. I like it because it’s hyalauronic acid based and is very, very lightweight and totally invisible.

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