Azur Sunscreen

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Tried it - it left a film, was distinctly unpleasant. Not very creamy. Blech. Wouldn't recommend.


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  • MrsLafferty

    's recommendation

    Tried it - it left a film, was distinctly unpleasant. Not very creamy. Blech. Wouldn't recommend.

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  • Chicky1

    's recommendation

    I found the same thing. Not a very good sunscreen. It also contains Titanium also which is toxic. Pasty and unpleasant - can't apply under makeup. Kids hated it.

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  • Cheryl951

    's recommendation

    Way too much money for something that leaves an awful film!

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  • pamela6

    's recommendation

    I bought this in March 2009 and am very happy with it as a sun block. It has titantium oxide, which is a physical block, so you can immediately have protection without the need to wait 20 minutes like with the chemical sunscreens. I play tennis so it's important to carry a sun block that works upon application as I often need to reapply while I'm out in the sun. Because it has titantium oxide, it has a whiteish look when applied. That was not a problem for me as I wanted it purely as a sunscreen and not a moisturizer as they also promote. If you're looking for a reliable sunscreen, I highly recommend this. I bought the 3-pack of 30spf for $49 and feel that's an exceptional price for a high quality product.

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