online, and at various web-based health-foods stores. Above, I made a dab on my hand, and rubbed some in to the right of that. You can see that it's a bit shiny and a little white, but not as much as some others I've reviewed. It feels a little oily to the touch, and it's a little tacky until it sets. I have not noticed any additional breakouts from this, and while it doesn't dry as clear as it states, it dries a lot clearer than some others. I would not wear this alone on my face because of the shininess, but it works well enough for body use. Now, for whole body use, you're supposed to use a full ounce, so this is only good for three shortish trips to the beach, but I have been using it on my face, neck, chest, and arms. It has an annoying tendency (like most physical sunscreens) to gather in white streaks in the creases in my elbows and on my neck, but I can't really feel it on my arms right now, and I applied four hours ago. I was outside in bright sun for about forty minutes during peak sun hours, and I have not burned.
Active ingredients: Zinc Oxide 10.00 %; Titanium Dioxide 7.50 %.
Inactive ingredients: Aqua, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Oleosomes, Caprylic/Capric
Triglyceride, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Propylene Carbonate, Silica,
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin-E), Ergocalciferol (Vitamin-D), Ascorbic
Acid (Vitamin-C), Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Extract, Camellia Sinensis
(Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Sodium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol,
Price per ounce: $5.66
Buy again? - Maybe. Not full price, but as a throw-in to a LuckyVitamin order. I like the SPF 40, I like the fact that it has Vitamin D in it to make up for the fact that I'm not getting it from the sun, and it wears ok under makeup.