CVS Health Hydrating Protection Sun Lotion SPF 30 vs. Aveeno Protect + Hydrate Lotion Sunscreen SPF 30

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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Brandefy Review

This is a case where the pretty packaging is reflective of what's inside. Consumers say this copycat is very similar to Aveeno, but it got some points off for different inactive ingredients.

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Dan Devy

03/05/2019

Anyone know how much the active ingredients matter? At least the store brand smells good!

holly

06/13/2019

I have used the aveeno sunscreens for face on my 7 year old. When she gets in the pool it causes huge red burning areas on her face. Some of the ingredients don’t mix well with chlorine.

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