Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Kittycat12 rash
I too developed a rash after using this sunscreen on my face and arms during a recent holiday to India. I rash included red raised bumps on my arms and face that were quite itchy. I discontinued using the product and the rash quickly abated and disappeared altogether after a couple of days.
Apr 20, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0Â by RedRash Red rash on V of chest and neck
I bought this for a vacation to AZ. First day there I went in Pool and sat out for about 45 minutes. It protected me from getting sunburned. But I got a red itchy rash on my chest and neck. I kept using it every day but tried to stay out of the sun. On my last day of my 2 week trip I went to the pool again. I kept my chest and neck covered. Now my arms have the red rash. I still have the rash after 2 1/2 weeks on my chest and my arms. I was thinking I might be allergic to the sun. But after reading other reviews I think it might be the sun screen. This is the first time I have gotten this rash.
Apr 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by biowheez Good for my sensitive skin
I've used this many times while playing soccer and have not had a bad reaction. It stays on well even after sweating.
Oct 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by LHV1 Arms developed itching bumpy feel after use
I used this product on my face and neck and forearms and all was well except for my forearms which developed an itchy, bumpy feel. There is also a slight redness apparent. After reading the other reviews it appears I'm not the first one to have this reaction. I will stop use immediately.
Oct 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Desert Dweller Please bring back SPF 30 SPF60 Burns & Irritates
I just found this site because I was looking all over the internet for the SPF 30 version. I used that for years in desert sun and it was wonderful. No irritation.
I thought I was alone in feeling the burning from the SPF60, and the subsequent red,scaly skin on my arms after using it.
But here I see it appears to be a normal negative reaction. I will never use the SPF60. It burns instantly and accentuates red sensitive spots on my skin. And it makes my skin more sensitive to wind burn. Dry wind is common in the desert.
Please bring back the mild SPF 30.
And thanks for being courageous enough to allow us to publish real results of the new product in public. Better than most clinical trials.
Sep 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0Â by JeffH Works for me
I have eczema and my skin breaks out after exposure to detergents and other chemicals. I bought a tube of this on vacation because I had I been getting boils and irritation after using conventional sunscreens. I used it several days on vacation without problem, and finally used it up on a later trip to the beach, so I had to supplement it by using conventional sunscreen. That caused by hands to break out. Maybe my skin's just weird, and maybe it would break out with more exposure, but it works for me.
Aug 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Pinky awful sandpaper rash
I bought this before going on vacation and used it for one day. The next day I had a rough, red rash all over my face. Thankfully I packed prescription cortisone otherwise I can't imagine what it would have looked like. Clearly this is a typical reaction to this sunblock and it needs to be taken off store shelves. Hopefully I can get this rash to go away soon now that I am back.
Jul 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by John Burning Skin
I have sensitive skin and take a medication that exacerbates the problem. I had used your older SPF 30 Sensitive Skin product for years and it worked. I bought a case when I could, but have now run out and switched to this product. I get a burning sensation on the areas of use that has not gone away for a week now. The original product had 9% TiO2, while this product has a mixture of 4.9% TiO2 and 4.7% ZnO, so presumably I am reacting to the Zinc Oxide. Please make the original product again.
Jul 3, 2015