What’s the difference between Blue Lizard Sunscreen Stick Sensitive, Kids, & Baby?

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Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen Stick SPF 50

I’ve been using Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen Stick Sensitive SPF 50+ daily to protect my skin from harmful UV rays in targeted areas, such as my ears and neck. The skin on my neck is so sensitive, and this product works so well for it. I haven’t had any skin irritations or redness from it. No breakouts either. So it looks like everything is working perfectly well. FYI, I’m almost done with my first stick! ๐Ÿ˜ฒ I feel like I just opened this product! Is it too fast?? I’m finishing it much faster compared to Cetaphil Sheer Mineral Sunscreen Stick Broad Spectrum SPF 50! It’s such a soft, smooth sunscreen stick with SPF 50 (yay for zinc oxide!). Super easy to blend into the skin since it melts very easily and quickly. It’s so easy to apply throughout the day that I haven’t touched my Cetaphil Sheer Mineral Stick since. *sigh* It was my first, one and only for the summer. Maybe I should switch between the two to make things a little more exciting, lol. Just stash one in my desk while I’m working. ๐Ÿค“๐Ÿงด I’ll get the protection I need all day long, haha.

So when I was purchasing Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen Stick Sensitive SPF 50+, I also noticed they had the Kids and Baby versions. Is there a difference between the Sensitive, Kids, and Baby? Which one do I get? I know I’m not a kid or a baby, but was it made for kids and babies? Is it for skin that’s even more sensitive than the sensitive? ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜† Does that make any sense? What’s the difference between the Sensitive, Kids, and Baby? I purchased them all to try them out! ๐Ÿ™ƒ I didn’t know which one to choose that’s why. Hmm…

Well…

Here’s the Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen Stick Kids SPF 50…

Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen Stick Kids SPF 50

Now the Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen Stick Baby SPF 50…

Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen Stick Baby SPF 50

You can check out the Sensitive right here: Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen Stick Sensitive SPF 50+

They all look pretty similar besides the Kids have a picture of Cookie Monster and the Baby has a picture of Elmo. Hmm, interesting…Sesame Street is back! In the form of sunblock. ๐Ÿงด๐ŸŒž I didn’t think that was going to happen but it happened. lol.

But what’s really the difference between the Sensitive, Kids, and Baby??

Alright! I checked the ingredients and guess what? They are all identical. The sunscreens look the same. Maybe the labels (Sensitive, Kids, Baby) is to help people or parents separate the sunscreens, so they’ll use the one labelled kids for their kids and baby for their babies. That’s just a wild guess. I actually don’t know. It looks that way. But, yep, these sunscreens are the same from the looks of it. It doesn’t matter which one you use because you’re getting the same coverage (when applied properly). There’s absolutely no difference (that I can see) besides the labels and photos on the product.

I hope this helpful! Have a nice day! ๐Ÿ™‚

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