Solbar sunscreen Zinc review 2022

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Type: Physical Sunscreen | Broad Spectrum: UVA and UVB protection | SPF: 38 | Dimensions: 6.2 × 2 × 8.2 inches | Weight: 4 ounces | Color: White and Orange.

In the world of sunscreens, there are two types of sunscreens both of which have their pros and cons.

These two types are referred to as: Physical sunscreen and the Chemical sunscreen. Your Choice of sunscreen should be dependent on your skin type.

It is, however, safe to use physical sunscreen also called mineral sunscreen. This is because natural ingredients were used in manufacturing them.

More so, the Solbar sunscreen is a physical sunscreen and is perfect for sensitive skin type as well as children’s delicate skin.

Manufactured by Person Covey, the Solbar sunscreen is absolutely skin friendly as it is gentle on the skin.

As a water resistant sunscreen, it is a nice companion to take to the beach or to where you know that you would be exposed to the sun’s harmful UV rays for long and you are definitely going to get wet because you would be surrounded by water.

In this location, your skin would not have to worry about reacting to the blend of sunscreen and water. You can rub this sunscreen on the skin very close to the eye because it is gentle on the skin.

When you realize you’ll be engaged in any outdoor activity, like tending to the garden etc and you would sweat a lot, the Solbar sunscreen always protects your skin from sun rays.

One fascinating fact about the solbar sunscreen is the fact that it’s effect is long-lasting on the skin and it also unleashes anti-aging moisturizer, making you look younger.

Furthermore, in addition to shielding the sin, this sunscreen also protects the skin against environmental pollutants.

Some of the amazing ingredients that formed this mineral sunscreen include: 10.0% of Homosalate, 7.5% of Ethyhexyl Methoxycinnamate, 7.5% of Zinc Oxide (Z Cote Hp1), Inactive Ingredients Water (Aqua), Butyl Stearate, Glyceryl Stearate (and) PEG-100 Stearate, Glycerin, Dimethicone, Glyceryl Dilaurate etc.

Below are directions on the uses of the Solbar sunscreen. It is important to follow precautionary measures while using the Solbar sunscreen so as to avoid complications or reaction of any kind.

For example, while applying sunscreen on your face ensure that no matter how close you get to your eyes, you have to ensure that your eyes do not come in contact with the sunscreen.

Direction on how to apply SOLBAR SUNSCREEN

It is important to note that when the best of products is wrongly applied, it can result in severe side effects and make the product look like it is fake and does not do what it says it does. This same logic applies to the Solbar sunscreen.

Regardless of the fact that this sunscreen is a natural sunscreen, if applied wrongly to the skin, it would work like it should. Nevertheless, following the application direction accurately brings out the best in this sunscreen.

If you just had your bath or your skin is damp for a reason, allow it to dry before you apply the sunscreen on it. Once your skin is dry, apply the Solbar Zinc sunscreen on your skin and massage it gently so it rubs in.

Wait for 15-20 minutes before you step out of the house and expose your skin to the sun.

Also, after staying in the sun for long while participating in activities like swimming and other outdoor activities, you should reapply the sunscreen on your skin because the constant perspiration etc would have faded the impacts of the sunscreen on your body.

Dermatologists recommend that sunscreen should be applied on the skin after every two hours you spend in the sun.

This 2 hour dosage is only for adult skin and does not apply to children under 6 months. It is best to consult a physician for guidance on how to apply sunscreen on your baby girl or boy so that they do not suffer sunburn on their otherwise delicate skin.

Features of SOLBAR Sunscreen

  • It is water resistant. In other words, after applying the Solbar sunscreen on your body, you can spend time in water or pool while the sunscreen protects you for 80 minutes.
  • It has a broad Spector. In other words, it offers both UVA and UVB protection


  • It is water resistant. Hence, it lasts up to 80 minutes on the skin when you are in water.
  • It does provoke skin irritation
  • It has an amazing moisturizing effect


  • It could cause skin breakout for people with sensitive skin. Hence, it is wise to seek advice from a dermatologist before proceeding to use any sunscreen at all.