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Does your sunscreen leave a white film?

Posted on Sep 24, 2015
Our sunscreen does have a faint white film that’s visible at first (before you thoroughly rub it in). We find it’s best to apply it in small amounts, rubbing it in as you go vs. slathering on a large amount all at once. That way, it doesn’t leave a white film. The reason for the faint film is that nanotechnology is not used, and that’s a good thing! True Natural is committed to using only non-nano zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, as that is really the safest form of sun protection available. If you try it and are not satisfied, True Natural will issue you a store credit for the original purchase price if you return it within 30 days. Please note that shipping, handling, customs, duties, and sales tax charges are not refundable.
Categories: Sunscreens FAQ