No GMOs part 2: NSF Non-GMO True North

When it comes to GMOs, Badger believes that people have the right to know. When you’re shopping for products free from GMOs, here’s what to look for.

Re-Introducing: Daily Sunscreen Lotions

Badger Natural Sunscreen Lotions contain cetearyl alcohol You’ve been waiting, and now the time has come: Badger sunscreen lotions are back! We’ve got new and improved formulas for our Damascus Rose Face Sunscreen lotions. And this year we’re very pleased to be able to offer an unscented version as well!

Three Reasons to Wear Sunscreen in Winter

Sledding is a good time to wear sunscreen in winter The snow has stopped falling – now it’s time to get out and play! But prolonged exposure to the sun (any time of year) leads to skin damage. Keep this in mind, and remember to apply your sunscreen in winter.

Applying Mineral Sunscreen: How Much is Enough to Not Get Burned?

Photo shows what 1/4 teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon, 1 teaspoon, and 2 teaspoons of sunscreen look like Have you ever been sunburned even though you put on sunscreen? I certainly have. What’s the deal? Even with the safest mineral sunscreen, it’s important to apply enough and to reapply often. But what exactly is “enough” sunscreen? And what’s

Sunscreen Labels (part 2)

A chart showing Badger's sunscreen certifications: non nano zinc oxide, UVA UVB protection, biodegradable, no animal testing, certified natural, and certified organic by the NSF Now that you’re an expert in decoding sunscreen labels, we thought we’d give you a handy guide to Badger’s sunscreen claims and certifications. For the most part, these graphics are pretty self-explanatory. But what you might not know is that

3 places you might not be applying sunscreen (but should)

Badger Bill at the beach wearing a shirt that says Fresh from the Badger Mines When it comes to mineral sunscreens, application matters. In order for them to be truly effective, you have to apply enough, and reapply often. But have you ever given much thought about where you apply it? I’m sure you have

Why You Can’t Count on DIY Sunscreens

Badger's sunscreen in lab batch jars on top of a quality control spreadsheet With the rising concerns over sunscreen ingredients and the popularity of internet do-it-yourself instructions, people are exploring making their own DIY or homemade sunscreens. Safe and effective sunscreens are, however, actually very difficult to make. Hey Badger, are you just