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The Environmental Working Group Score is 4 (moderate hazard) on this one.
The EWG says “Don’t spray. Sprays cloud the air with tiny particles that may not be safe to breathe.” If you are patient enough to apply a sunscreen lotion – use the lotion! However, if you or your kids simply don’t have the patience to apply a sunscreen lotion every hour or two, this sunscreen spray is a good alternative. Many sunscreen sprays you find at the drug store still contain oxybenzone, octinoxate, and Vitamin A.
Remember, to re-apply sunscreen every two hours! If you’re in the water or sweating a lot, re-apply after an hour and twenty minutes.
Data as of June 3, 2019.