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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.
This would be a nice moisturizer for summer. It feels light, not like most sunscreen, but it is too light for me for winter.4
I prefer the matte version of Coola sunscreen, which also comes in a scent-free version - the cucumber smell is a bit too much for me!4
I enjoyed this moisturizer very much. It is not greasy and did not irritate my sensitive skin.5
Good refreshing smell, great for mornings. only thing is that when i first got this i thought it was a sunscreen, the packaging makes it seem so, but later i realized it was a face cream. just a tad confusing.4
Nothing special about this. It was nice, but nothing stood out about it for me.3
i think spf 30 its a low number so i dont like it and i will not buy this cream again3
Very soothing product that smells great! I've been using it in the morning and the cucumber smell is very refreshing!5
If I'm gonna use a daily sunscreen, I typically just reach for my BB cream.
This has a nice texture and has the faint smell of cucumber (not my favorite personally), but it doesn't serve multiple purposes like other products I have.
Someone else might love it though!
This smells like real cucumber, really nice, and it moisturizes nicely, not too heavy, good for everyday.4
I would be more excited about this product if it were summer. Ill probably save it until then. SPF 30 seems unnecessarily strong for December weather (unless I was skiing!)3