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california baby no fragrance spf 30+ sunblock stick

I’m in Los Angeles for work this weekend. Though I have a jam-packed schedule that involves me chasing down fitness trainers for interviews and routinely getting my butt kicked into shape by said fitness trainers for at least four hours a day — all in the name of reporting —  I’m hoping I’ll have a little downtime to chill by the pool (or, um, ocean) in the perfect LA summer weather.

When packing my weekender bag, I made sure to toss in California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick to keep myself from having some sunscreen mishaps in those hard-to-remember-to-spray-with-sunscreen places. Somehow, there’s always one silly spot I miss, which means I get a pretty rad red spot in a conspicuous place on my body.

california baby no fragrance spf 30+ sunblock stick

{California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick costs $15 for a 0.5-ounce sunscreen stick. Photo Courtesy California Baby. }

This convenient natural sunscreen is perfect for touch-ups and easy-to-forget spots, such as ears. I like to use California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick as an extra layer of protection on sensitive spots—moles, scars, delicate facial skin—to ensure that these areas stay burn-free.

While I realize I’ve labeled a $15 sunscreen stick a “budget beauty basic,” I think it’s fair to note that it lasts a long time and is super-convenient for reapplying sunscreen to small patches of skin. You don’t end up using more than necessary the way you do with sprays or lotions!

Besides its convenience factor, the best part about California Baby No Fragrance SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick is that it’s fragrance-free, so if there’s any lingering scent from a different layer of natural sunscreen, I don’t have to smell conflicting fragrances.

Now, about smelling “conflicting fragrances” during these training sessions…wish me luck!


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