Other Product Promotions:
|Price:||£15.99 (£11.75 / 100 g) & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
Badger sunscreens have been recommended by the Environmental Working Group. Packaged in a BPA- and phthalate-free, recyclable #2 plastic tube, our baby sunscreen has the mild scent of chamomile and calendula and can be used by the whole family.
Expect some whitening with full coverage of all natural zinc oxide sunscreens. The best protection from the sun is to avoid exposure during peak hours and to wear protective clothing and a hat.
The only totally safe sunscreen for babies (over 6 months) and pregnant mums. No nasty chemical sunscreens. Safe non-nano zinc. Read morePublished 22 days ago by S. Done
Great products from Badger Company that wear well, do the job and leave out a lot of the nasty ingredients you get in conventional sunblocksPublished 3 months ago by miss m j clark
We were taking our 4 month old on holiday to Ibiza, so protecting him from the sun was crucial.
We wanted a product that did the job without risking him reacting badly... Read more
This suncream is quite whitening, however I used it for the summer and didn't get burnt.Published 4 months ago by honeybee
This is the best suncream I have found for my toddler - smells great, no nasty chemicals and gives great long lasting coverage. Please keep stocking it!!Published 5 months ago by Mrs. K. Charlton
We like this cream, it doe.s not leave a greasy layer and covers well.
It does not smell bad.
I did not like using the commercial creams as they contain so many... Read more
All Badger sunscreens are excellent products but the sellers should know there is a PRODUCT RECALL on all sunscreens due to contamination with bacterial microbes. Read morePublished 7 months ago by littlefroggy
great product for children, you can pretty much guarantee no prickly heat nor sore eyes.Published 7 months ago by JoW
My grandson has had a reaction to most of the regular brands of suncreams but researched this one and it has been great so far no reaction at all. Easy to apply would recommendPublished 7 months ago by ms annie gibbs