Ten Reasons Why You Should Not Buy Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun Block

I love organic and chemical free cosmetic products. In the case of Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block though, I have to voice a contrary opinion. I first bought Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block after deciding to try to introduce more natural and organic products into my lifestyle. It came in 30 SPF, which is the amount of protection I normally buy. The Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block was also fragrance free, which I personally find as important as the chemical free qualities.

Other great qualities on the label of the sunscreen bottle lured me in as well. All natural ingredients made up the natural sunscreen product. The label on the bottle of Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block also said it was mineral oil free, petrolatum free, and wax free. I like to use sunless tanners so I like to find products that do not contain mineral oil or petroleum. Both of these ingredients can stop your sunless tanner from absorbing properly. All in all I have to say I thought I was sold on a new organic chemical free product. That was until I opened the bottle and started using this natural sun block.

Here are my ten reasons you should never buy Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block:

1. Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block left a white tint on my skin. It did not ever soak into my skin like a regular sun block. It actually created a layer between my skin and the sun to provide protection. It was sort of like the zinc that lifeguards put on their nose.

2. It also left a white tint on my clothing. Even after I tried to wipe some of the Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block off so I would not look so crazy I still had enough on me to get it onto my clothing. It stayed on there and looked greasy even after I had washed the t-shirt and shorts.

3. A 4-ounce bottle of Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block costs $13.00. That is a lot of money for sun block. Considering I could make my own natural barrier between the sun and my body with clothes I already own the price was just too high.

4. I could not use it on my face. I am not going to lie and say I even attempted to put this stuff on my face. After I saw how it looked on my arms and legs you could not have paid me to put it on my face. First of all I am sure it would have clogged my pores. Secondly, there is not way you could ever wear makeup over this product.

5. Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block was difficult to remove. In the shower I seriously had to scrub to get it off. This might be a plus for some people. If you can stand to go out in public with it on, at least you know it is there to stay.

6. The store would not take it back.

7. Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block is greasy. I did not realize it until a day later, but even the sea in my car had greasy marks where my legs touched it.

8. If I had liked it the bottle was extremely small. I would have run out almost immediately. For the mere size of the bottle I was almost relieved that I did not like it.

9. Difficult to find. Not that I want to buy it again, but it is rare to find Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block. I bought it online at www.drugstore.com.

10. Difficult to apply. If I had been able to get over the white glow it left on my skin because it did not soak in, I still would have found the Jason Natural Cosmetics Chemical Free Sun block unmanageable simply because it takes some actual rubbing to get it to soak into your skin. This does lend itself to hard to reach areas, like the back. Spray on sun block is definitely the way to go!

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