Juice Beauty Reviews: Cruelty Free, Organic Sunscreen

If you are looking for a certified organic and natural sunscreen you should give Juice Beauty’s a try! Because I live in Las Vegas (so much to do) I get to experience 115 degree summers. With heat like that having a quality sunscreen that doesn’t sweat off is my starting point. Thankfully, the Juice Beauty sunscreen stays on surprisingly well!

Juice Beauty Reviews: Organic, Oil-Free Sunscreen

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My first impression of Juice Beauty Sunscreen was I liked the packaging – It felt “expensive”.

My second thought after applying it was that it felt a bit “chalky” and thick. It felt weird on my face and I wasn’t sure how to feel about it. I even wondered if it left a white cast on my face.

Update – I came around!

After trying it out for a few months my initial thoughts developed in its favor. Honestly, it is my go to now. I know, that is quite a drastic change from my first impression, but when you have extremely sensitive skin (like me) it isn’t uncommon to have these kinds of reactions.

I find myself reaching for it often over my other natural sunscreens. After wearing it a couple times it no longer feels chalky and think. It doesn’t feel like a moisturizer, but it goes while not feeling cakey or thick.

Things I like about Juice Beauty Sunscreen

  • It is reef safe 
  • Certified Organic – Formulated with organic ingredients 
  • Certified Cruelty-Free Sunscreen
  •  Paraben-Free
  • Vegan Sunscreen
  • Natural
  • Oil-Free

I have severe allergies that can come with a whole host of reactions to random beauty products. I love that this product did not give me any weird rashes or reactions.

Key ingredients:

  • Organic Cucumber and Aloe Leaf Juice
  • Lemon Balm Leaf
  • Organic White Grape Juice
  • Organic Pomegranate Seed Oil

Where to buy:

My rating – 4 out of 5 stars. 

Note – I would rate it higher if it wasn’t for the price. It is quite expensive at $30.

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