Our weather hasn’t been cooperating for a good UVA/UVB protection analysis on them yet, but I’ve tried them to the best of my ability and had good results. They do set in well and don’t leave a residue and I like the price and most of the ingredients are safe. They do contain benzyl alcohol, known for neurotoxicity, and zinc oxide, which is a questionable ingredient in the natural-living world because of organ system toxicity and enhanced absorption (thus why they set in so well), but some people could overlook that. I, personally, would only use this sunscreen limitedly on my children because of these ingredients and because Environmental Working Group, a site I use frequently for checking chemical levels in children’s products, gave it a ‘3’ rating because of its moderate health hazard. Overall, that’s very good, but for my children I’d want something a little better rated. I would, however, use this sunscreen on myself and not fear the dangers of it, as it really does rate better than most mainstream sunscreens.
You can purchase Sunbow sunscreens online at SunbowSunscreen.com and Drugstore.com.
Thank you to Sunbow for providing complimentary product samples for us to base this review upon.