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This classic sunblock has everything we want in a daily SPF. The eco-friendly formula is made with 70 percent certified organic ingredients and protects from both UVA rays that lead to premature aging and UVB rays that cause painful burns. The skin-balancing formula features vitamin C-rich strawberry extracts to soothe and tone lackluster skin while age-reversing antioxidants like evening primrose, acai, and linseed oils deflect free radicals. Plus, the refreshing cucumber scent gives us yet another reason to love the lightweight formula.
I like that this sunscreen/ moisturizer has a great smell to it. It goes on easy without a greasy feel.5
this is a very nice moisturizer.The smell is amazing! and leaves your face feeling very cool afterwards..i use the tanning bed so i dont really care for anything that has spf in it. but this is a good choice if you do!5
Amazing moisturizer. Will buy the full size soon!!!!!5
the spf and moisture in this is very light. not recommended for those long days of fishing lol5
Really love this spf moisturizer it makes my face feel soft most spf give me a rash this one didn't and smells amazing5
I love coola brand as a whole. The cream goes on really well. I put it on before I put my makeup and I also love because my face take a lot of cold wind to my face so I love that this will keep my face hydrated and won't dry it out.5
Love this lightweight, non greasy sunscreen that's smells light and fresh. And it's organic!!! LOVE5
This is my third sample from coola and definitely a new favorite brand of mine. All of their products smell great5
Another hit from Coola. This stuff smells delicious, and I loved that it wasn't greasy on my skin. Excited to see if it passes the "breakout" test :)5
I know some people dislike small tubes like this, but this is so easy to toss in my purse without taking up a ton of space. Unfortunately, we're going into winter so getting this in December is poor timing.5