Saturday, June 25, 2011

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Living Green With Jerinda: Goddess Garden Natural Sunscreen

If you read my last review of a healthy sunscreen, you know that I’m picky about what I put on my children. We are mostly chemical free in our home, so I do my best not to put harmful, chemical-laden products on or near my children. As I’d mentioned before though, natural and/or organic sunscreen that doesn’t cost a ton and actually works is hard to find, so I’m always up for trying new ones out. Goddess Garden was nice enough to send me three varieties of their organic sun care products to test and review, and I was happy to do so.

Goddess Garden’s sunscreens are mostly organic and most of them rate as low as 1 or 2 according to EWG’s sunscreen ratings, which is perfectly acceptable in my book. The baby natural sunscreen is rated a one, which is the best rating I’ve ever seen for sunscreen on their site, so it’s the one I’ve mostly used on my children.

Each time my kids have worn these sunscreens while swimming, they’ve not been greasy, it had set in well, and they didn’t get even a little sunburned. These sunscreens do their job, are completely safe, and are mostly organic. I would recommend these sun care products to anyone for their family.

You can find out where to buy Goddess Garden’s full line of sun care products on their website,  In 2010, 20% of Goddess Garden's profits were donated to 3 different worthy charities, which included The Nature Conservancy, The Whale Trail, and the Emergency Family Assistance Association.  They are now taking suggestions for worthy causes to support with future donations.

Thank you to Goddess Garden for providing complimentary product samples for us to base this review upon.