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Little Sleepy Head Daily Hydrating Sunscreen

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Little Sleepy Head Daily Hydrating SunscreenProduct Name: Daily Rehydrating Sunscreen

Brand/Manufacturer: Little Sleepy Head

Green/Natural ingredients: Yes

Did I buy it more than once?: Not yet but I plan to.

How long did 1 purchase last?: About 2 months (used on face, neck, upper chest and arms nearly every day).

Where to Get Little Sleepy Head Daily Hydrating Sunscreen

Flag-USA USA: Little Sleepy Head Daily Hydrating Sunscreen at Amazon.com

What does it claim to provide?

A gentle sunscreen product safe enough for the whole family from age 6 months and up. It provides SPF 30+ (UVA/UVB).  It’s safe for very sensitive skin and is well tolerated by rosacea sufferers as well as people with other skin conditions like lupus and acne. It’s not tested on animals (cruelty free), tear free, non-irritating, paraben free, contains no nanoparticles, no PABA, no artificial fragrances, and pthalate free. This is a hypoallergenic formula.

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What is Rosacea? Rosacea Symptoms & Types [With Pictures & Video]

Rosy JulieBC

What is Rosacea? Rosacea Symptoms, Triggers & Causes [With Pictures] - Rosy JulieBC This is my face in 2015 (summer), back when I’d given up on trying to find a treatment. This isn’t a flare-up. This is how my face looked every day. Flare-ups were worse. It was the “before” picture I took ahead of starting red LED light therapy treatments

I’m not a doctor. I’m a patient

Before I get into describing rosacea, what it is, what it isn’t and so on, I just want to say that I’m not a doctor. I’m not a skin care expert.  I’m a rosacea blogger. I’m a patient.  So the info I’ve put together on this page is meant to share what I have learned about the condition in the way as I understand it.  It’s based on info shared with me through amazing sources such as my doctors, the National Rosacea Society, the Mayo Clinic, and the TalkHealth Partnership’s Rosacea Hub

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