Open Nature Mineral Sunscreen – New at Safeway
If keeping your skin and your family’s skin protected from the sun naturally is important to you, you’ll love this new Open Nature Mineral Sunscreen. The new sun care products made their debut at Safeway in May and I picked some up at that time to try because I am a big fan of mineral sunscreen for keeping my kids protected. I absolutely love the new sunscreen and highly recommend it. It’s available in SPF 55, SPF 30 and there is a kids version in SPF 55 as well.
Just like any mineral-based sunscreen on the market, it does take a little more effort to apply and rub in than most traditional sunscreens, but it lasts and it’s worth it to have your babies protected naturally. The best part is that you don’t get the white chalky film left over like you do with many other mineral based sunscreens. Trust me when I tell you I’ve tried them ALL and this is an issue with every other mineral sunscreen out there. This is the only mineral sunscreen my kiddos don’t complain about.
I’ve even used it under my makeup for protecting my face and it left my makeup looking dewy and flawless! Take advantage of a new sale and Just for U Digital Coupon to try a tube for just $3.99. Normally $7.99, you’ll save $4.00 or 50%!
Open Nature Mineral Based Sunscreen Coupon and Sale
- Open Nature Sunscreen on sale for $4.99 through
- Load Just for U Digital Coupon for $1.00 off 1 Open Nature Sunscreen Product
- Final Price = $3.99
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