Crunchi Facial Sunscreen
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Crunchi Sunlight facial sunscreen is vegan and has no gluten, fragrance, or essential oils. Plus, it was tested negative for benzene. I love it because it is lightweight, non-greasy, hydrating, and fast-absorbing. Though the active ingredient is non-nano particle zinc-oxide (12.5%), it leaves no white cast. Get 10% off your 1st purchase of $50+ by clicking the purple button and using the ADVOCATE10 discount code. For more information, read below.
Crunchi Sunlight Toxin-Free Facial Sunscreen
Vegan and gluten-free
Tested negative for benzene
No GMO ingredients, fragrance, essential oils
Crunchi sunscreen is lightweight, non-greasy, hydrating, and fast-absorbing.
It features nourishing ingredients such as squalane, certified organic shea butter, and grape seed oil.
The active ingredient is non-nano particle zinc-oxide (12.5%), but it leaves no white cast. Crunchi achieves that by using a lower percentage of zinc oxide, non-whitening zinc oxide, and many emulsifying ingredients.
Broad-spectrum SPF 30 protects against both UVA and UVB rays, which is critical to help decrease the risk of skin cancer and early signs of aging.
It contains some of the safest preservatives: phenethyl alcohol and COSMOS-approved sodium phytate, glyceryl caprylate, and glyceryl undecylenate. In fact, I scrutinized every ingredient of every Crunchi product for safety and approved them all.
It is now in the EWG recommended Sunscreen Guide in the “Best Daily Use SPF” category!
Packaged in a recyclable glass bottle with a 100% BPA/BPS-free and phthalate-free pump and recyclable cap. One of the great facts about Crunchi is that they take more plastic out of the environment than they put in.
To learn about Crunchi makeup, please read my Crunchi non-toxic makeup review. To learn how this sunscreen compares with other popular brands and how to choose the right sunscreen, visit my Best Non-Toxic Face Sunscreen Guide blog post.