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At 3.4% Titanium Dioxide and 15.7% Zinc Oxide, it provides adequate UVB protection but potentially questionable UVA protection. Some people say it’s not about the percent of UV actives and instead claim that it’s just about the formulation, but there doesn’t appear to be a strong conclusion either way.
I do feel the need to clarify that just because this product is in a spray-form, that doesn’t mean you just spray it on and go. In the chemical sunscreen world, yes, you could probably get away with just spraying and not rubbing it in. But in the mineral/physical sunscreen world, you’re going to have to have rub it in to properly protect your skin. The formula in this spray bottle is the same as the formula used in their roll-on bottle, so if the spray mechanism upsets you, perhaps consider the roll-on one. You still have to rub it in but it may feel more intuitive to roll it on and rub it in, than to spray and rub.