Natural Sunscreen that really works

I’ve tried all different types of sunscreen over the years and let’s face it, I didn’t really like most of them.

Whether they didn’t really work, were super oily, bad for my skin, or just left a horrible white layer over my skin, there are many that just aren’t great.

So when I heard that Rocky Mountain Soap Co made a really top-notch Sunscreen that was moisturising and natural, I just had to try out for myself.

Now I know if you’re in Canada you’re thinking, ‘why is Mark writing about this right now?’ Well here’s why, I tested the sunscreen in Mexico and Costa Rica, in direct sun, in the shade, in over 35 degrees (Celsius) weather. I wanted to really put it to the test, and I did exactly that.

Here’s what I found.

I love it. The scent is fresh and real, unlike most sunscreens it’s very moisturizing. It was pretty much like putting on a really great moisturiser and my skin thanked me for doing so. Not only that, to my surprise, it actually worked really well.

While it’s not waterproof, which I knew and had a backup plan for, it did work for everything else I did along the way; as I trekked through Mexico and then a week later Costa Rica. All without ever getting burnt.

 

 

Rocky Mountain Sunscreen:

  • Uses Non-nano Zinc Oxide provides broad-spectrum protection against damaging UVA and UVB rays penetrating the skin to protect.
  • Is Canadian
  • Not tested on animals for any products offered by the brand
  • Is a Vegan product

 

Not only did I love the Sunscreen, but I also really enjoyed the Pomegranate Day Cream and The Transformative Cleansing Oil.

 

 

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I’m ADDICTED to great travel, amazing food, better grooming & probably a whole lot more! Mark Munroe is the Creator and EIC of ADDICTED.
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3 comments

  1. nicolthepickle (Nicole Graham)

    That’s pretty impressive. I prefer natural sunscreens, but some don’t work.

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