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Supergoop! Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50

What it is:A healthy, aerosol- and oxybenzone-free sunscreen mist with complete broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection, formulated to hydrate the skin and give it a more radiant appearance. What it is formulated to do:Ideal for all skin types, Supergoop! Sunscreen Mist provides complete broad-spectrum protection, with 35 percent less alcohol than other leading sunscreen sprays. Its antioxidant-rich, patent-pending formula nourishes, moisturizes, and never dries out the skin or leaves an oily residue. Vitamin C goes to work instantly, refining the skin’s texture, and this mist’s easy application makes it a favorite for the entire family. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates - Phthalates What else you need to know:This Sunscreen Mist can be applied to wet or dry skin and is water resistant for up to 80 minutes. It has a twist lock closure for easy travel and a light citrus scent, powered by 100 percent natural oils. All Supergoop! products are vegan, hypoallergenic, gluten-free, and cruelty-free.
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Questions & Answers for Supergoop! Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50

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Is it safe to use on face?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
aesthetichemist
(LA, CA)
on Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50
4 answers
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answer 1
Yes, but to avoid the eye area apply it with your hands. Synthetic sunscreen ingredients aren't good for the eyes.
answered 10 months ago
kirando
(CT)
answer 2
Yes, I used it on my (dry, sensitive) face and it worked very well. I sprayed a bit into my palms and then rubbed it only my face.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
camnyc
(New York, NY)
answer 3
Yes, but don't spray it on your face. Spray it into your hand, & then apply it to your face. I have very sensitive skin, & this does not make me break out or burn.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
flans7
answer 4
Yes! You are able to use it on both your face & body. Alternatively, you can try the Supergoop SPF 35+ Save Face A.M. Moisturizer With Advanced UV Protection, which is specifically for your face.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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Safe to spray onto face?
Can I spray directly onto my face, albeit at a safe distance of 8-12 inches away from face, or do I have to spray the product onto my hands first then pat onto my face?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
aesthetichemist
(LA, CA)
on Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50
4 answers
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answer 1
If you do not have sensitive skin then yes. But use your hands because you must avoid the eye area and that's difficult to do if you just spray it directly on to your face.
answered 10 months ago
kirando
(CT)
answer 2
The stream is pretty condensed rather than a wide mist, so if you hold it back far enough you should be fine. I have sensitive skin and I didn't suffer from using this product (no break-outs or rashes). To me, it seems "face friendly"!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
kristina1124
(Leetonia, Ohio)
answer 3
I like to spray it on my hands, and then rub in - I don't like the spray in my eyes/mouth etc.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
MleTrav
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 4
We recommend spraying onto hands and then applying the product to the face with hands.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
can i use this product on my face
i have sensitive skin
asked 6 months ago
iampone
(Sacramento,CA)
on Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50
4 answers
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answer 1
I have sprayed it on my hand to put on my face. It does not bother my skin, where I break out with other sunscreens on my face.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
Michu43
answer 2
I tried it on my face and it works. But it really is too shiny for the face. I recommend the Supergoop cream form for the face.
answered 4 months ago
floridasunshine
(St. Augustine, FL)
answer 3
Yep. I've had problems using this on my face.
answered 5 months ago
sally30
answer 4
I too am a little sensitive, I've used it by applying to my hands and rubbing on. It never bothered me. That doesn't mean it won't bother someone else though. Good luck.
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
amyu
(Metro Detroit)
Question
Can I use this on my face?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
pantiesgalore
(Niceville, FL)
on Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50
2 answers
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answer 1
Absolutely. I used it on my face a bunch. Just make sure and keep your eyes closed. Try and let it dry before you jump in the pool or it will hurt your eyes a little bit.
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
ebowe
(Orange County, CA)
answer 2
It broke me out when I used it on my face
answered 11 months ago
cwhann
(Kansas)
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Preventing tanning as well
I have really pale white asian skin and would like to keep it that way. Does it prevent darking/tanning of the skin as well as preventing sun damage?
asked 3 months ago
sabrinaGO
on Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50
2 answers
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answer 1
It's a sunscreen, not a block, so it won't prevent tanning totally. I'm med to light tone, and it allows me to protect, and still get some change in hue. So I'd only use zinc oxide if I wanted no color. I use a lot of products that increase photo sensitivity and this protects well against making things far worse!
answered 2 months, 2 weeks ago
amyu
(Metro Detroit)
answer 2
Wearing sunscreen and avoiding sun exposure is the best way to prevent sun burns/sun tans. When in the sun for long periods of time, please remember to reapply your sunscreen.
answered 3 months ago
kevinbt
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Can you use this on your face?
asked 11 months ago
CiBach
(Berkeley, CA)
on Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50
2 answers
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answer 1
Yes - definitely. Spray on your hands first then apply to your face.
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
apond
answer 2
I sprayed it on my face without any breakouts or reaction. I have fairly sensitive skin, so I was worried about what could happen. However, I was pleasantly surprised that it didn't bother my skin!
answered 10 months ago
kristina1124
(Leetonia, Ohio)
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Could this be applied over makeup?
asked 11 months ago
CiBach
(Berkeley, CA)
on Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50
2 answers
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answer 1
Yes this can be applied over makeup as specified on the bottle.
answered 6 months ago
liquidblossom35
(Queens, NY)
answer 2
I would not spray this near my face (inhalant and eye issues). It is shiny as well, I don't think it'd be pretty. I have however sprayed this on my hands and put it on my face in a pinch, not my first choice though. It reminds me of sport SPF sprays you can find anywhere. It just has better ingrediants.
answered 10 months ago
amyu
(Metro Detroit)
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Is this suitable for babies?
I have a 5 month old and wondering if I can use this on her.
asked 6 months ago
sthao1
(Minneapolis, MN)
on Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50
2 answers
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answer 1
I wouldn't use anything but the most natural on a baby. If it comes in an aerosol, no way did I use it on my daughter. I stuck with zink oxide (thers another one i don't recall) as active ingrediants. They don't absorb into the skin (as some ingrediants are hormone disrupters or carcinogens-baby skin is too porous). They also shouldn't need the vitC which is what your paying for. This bottle isn't too bad on scale of safety concerns (aerosol, and preservative wise) for adults, it beats skin cancer...
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
amyu
(Metro Detroit)
answer 2
We recommend reaching out to your general physician for further assistance. You can also use the Mustela Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ Mineral Sunscreen Lotion, if you prefer: http://www.sephora.com/broad-spectrum-spf-50-mineral-sunscreen-lotion-P378903?skuId=1528421
answered 6 months ago
kevinbt
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did anyone have trouble bringing the 3oz size in a carry-on?
I got the 3oz but the can itself is just as big as a can that is for 5oz. I'm wondering if I'll have any trouble at TSA bringing this in my carry-on luggage.
asked 11 months ago
Woverland
(New York, NY)
on Antioxidant-Infused Sunscreen Mist With Vitamin C Broad Spectrum SPF 50
1 answer
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answer 1
If it says 3 oz. on the can, and you can fit it in a quart sized baggie, you're good.
answered 2 months, 4 weeks ago
Alohaness
(Lahaina, HI)
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