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Review: Marie Veronique Organics Kid Safe Screen

25 Sep

Summer may  be over but that isn’t a reason you should stop taking care of your skin. Even in the fall and winter months, the harsh cold, wind and even sun can leave your skin dry and chapped. It’s a good idea to apply sunscreen when outside no matter what season.

 Marie Veronique Organics Kid Safe Screen is great protection from harmful elements. It’s SPF 25+ and provides broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection and is made with 16 intelligent ingredients. No nano particles. No harmful chemicals. That’s because what goes on your skin, goes into your body.

MVO Kid Safe Screen comes in an 80ml recyclable pump bottle. The sunscreen itself is thin but you don’t need a lot as it applies quite well. It has a slight scent but nothing out of the ordinary for a sunscreen. It is not greasy or oily and rubs in easily. We have a family of people with sensitive skin and so far this product hasn’t caused any break outs or rashes. It’s nice to know that MVO screen is all natural organic ingredients with no harsh chemicals going into my kids delicate skin.

Now, the price is a bit steep, honestly I don’t normally pay that much for a sunscreen  but you are looking at an all natural organic product that you are putting on your skin, I might be looking toward MVO next summer. The Marie Veronique Organics Kid Safe Screen can be purchased online through the MVO website for $19.99.

To learn more about Marie Veronique Organics and the entire skin care product line click here.

 

*This review was written by A Motherhood Experience Blog on behalf of Marie Veronique Organics. No compensation was rewarded however I recieved a complimentry bottle of screen for review purposes. Thank you.*

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2 Comments

Posted by on September 25, 2010 in A Motherhood Experience

 

2 responses to “Review: Marie Veronique Organics Kid Safe Screen

  1. jeshudas

    September 28, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    my face skin is too oily. which cosmetics cleanser should i use to solve my problem?
    thanks for your advice

     

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