Hate wearing sunscreen because of the chalky white cast it leaves on your face? Mad Hippie has you covered with Mad Hippie Facial SPF. It’s a natural, 30+ broad-spectrum sunscreen that uses amazing antioxidant oils to treat skin AND negate that icky chalky sunscreen residue.
Sunscreen is a scientifically proven form of skincare. Certain ingredients – some natural, some chemical – either absorb, reflect, or scatter UV rays. Sunscreen is mandatory for aHA, Vitamin C, and retinol users.
But many natural sunscreens use Zinc Oxide which leaves a chalky white film on skin. Have you ever skipped sunscreen just to avoid that cakey chalk look?
Mad Hippie found a solution to this problem in their Facial SPF. The unique ingredient profile negates that pasty white film with a special combination of treating oils. Let’s take a look at the ingredients that discretely treat and protect your skin.
Ideal for sensitive skin, this facial SPF combines refining Vitamin C, treating oils, and moisturizers. And it dries down without residue.
Where to Buy It
Find Mad Hippie Facial SPF at Mad Hippie
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Mad Hippie Facial SPF was submitted to Style Chicks for consideration purposes. All opinions and experiences are 100% our own.