Organic Sunscreen: My Final Thoughts on Goddess Garden
(This is a sponsored post. Even though Goddess Garden sent me their sunscreens to try, all opinions are my own. If I love it, I’ll tell you. If I hate it, I’ll tell you too.)
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Of course if you’re going outside, you should cover up and wear a hat. But if you’re like me (and devoted to your tank tops and flip flops), that’s not always going to happen. So, we look to a sunscreen to protect us from any harmful UV rays.
Three weeks ago, I was sent Goddess Garden Organic sunscreens to try for 30 days, and now it’s time for me to tell you why I’ll make the switch to their sunscreens.
1. They’re not your average sunscreen
They don’t smell like normal sunscreen, and they’re not made of the same harmful ingredients as average sunscreens.
2. They’re made of all-natural ingredients, and a lot of these ingredients grow in my own garden.
I know their ingredients are safe – they’re items I consume every day (like raspberry oil and coconut oil).
Who doesn’t have raspberries growing in their garden, or at least consume raspberries every now and then?
3. These sunscreens are made of ingredients that are reportedly non-nano.
There’s concerns that the ingredients in average sunscreens could damage your body on a cellular level, since they’re made of ingredients that can penetrate your skin.
Goddess Garden sunscreens are made of ingredients that can safely be used on your skin, without worry they’ll cause cellular damage or lead to cancer, like other sunscreen ingredients.
4. They’re tailored to different skin-types.
Young babies, children, and adults have different needs when it comes to skin care. I love that Goddess Garden sunscreens are made from ingredients that are customized depending on who will be using the product.
For example, the children’s sunscreen has shea butter, which moisturizes the skin as well as nourishing it.
It’s great to know the children’s sunscreen is gentler for younger skin!
5. They smell incredible.
I’ve had some stressful days on the homestead. Did Goddess Garden completely take away the stress?
Not much can take away the stress of a dog attacking your goat.
But did offer some creature comfort during those times, and I’m sure the smell of lavender (known to relax you) did help.
It’s rare I devote a whole post (let alone 3) to a single product line, but I wanted to make sure I really liked these sunscreens before recommending them, and the short answer is I really do like Goddess Garden.
Will I personally make the switch to Goddess Garden?
Yes. I wouldn’t recommend these sunscreens unless I use them personally and believe in them!