Don’t Forget the Sunscreen!


I have to admit I’m much better with remembering tanning lotion than sunscreen. For lots of years sunscreen was not something that I thought too much about but as I get older I realize its importance. This summer season in particular I have stayed out of the sun a little more and utilized sunless tanning products for a little bronze glow. When I read about OZ Naturals Tinted Sunscreen I thought it would be a product that would be helpful to me on more than one level. It would provide a sunscreen {much-needed in Texas} and a little bronze color to my skin.

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I have had the opportunity to try several OZ Natural products and have yet to be disappointed. I think their products are of good quality and at a good price point. I also appreciate these facts about their company: Products are made in the USA // Cruelty Free // Paraban Free // and much more. They are just good products.

OZ Naturals makes these claims about this product: This tinted sunscreen is for all skin types. It can be used as a moisturizer or under foundation. It protects and nourishes the skin. I agree with these claims!

This tinted sunscreen was a good match for my skin tone. I used it on my body {arms/legs} when I was out in the sun during the day. I also mixed it with my foundation and found it worked perfectly for color, coverage and glow. It didn’t feel greasy or runny. It did not have a heavy caked on feel either. This product has great coverage as a sunscreen and color for the tinted bronze glow.

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Would I recommend this product to you? Yes, I would. At the end of the day, would I purchase this product? Yes, especially for summer months.

I received this product in return for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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  • I've always been good about wearing sunscreen on my face. I'm always in the market for a good tinted sunscreen - will have to give this a try!
    • I have liked ever product I've tried from OZ Naturals. I mix this with my regular foundation and I like how it turns out.