Salicylate free Lotions, Moisturizers & Sunscreens

There is a website that does sell ALL Salicylate free products if you would like to start off with something simple and safe. It sure is alot easier!! 🙂 Just click here: Personal Basics by Andrea Rose

Otherwise, please re-check the ingredients of each item you buy, as the ingredients can change without notice!

For an extensive list of Salicylate free products in CANADA, go to located out of Edmonton AB.

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For a list of ingredients with pictures for Sunscreens, check out this link on: Fibro Buddies on Guaifenesin Protocol.

Coppertone Clearly Sheer sunscreen SPF 30 in the YELLOW bottle is currently salicylate free. (Blue can is NOT sal free) As always, PLEASE read through the ingredient list on the bottle before you buy, using your salicylate Quick Check to be sure there’s no sals that have been added! And let me know!

Aveeno Baby SPF 50 is protocol safe. Be careful though because the other SPF levels are not safe. It can be found at Babies R Us.

Aveeno natural protection mineral block 30 is currently safe.

Solbar 50 is currently sal safe.

One of the admins on the GuaiGroup said this: “use plain zinc oxide mixed with my every day lotion. It works great. I am very fair and burn easily. My dermatologist has endorsed this!”

I googled a recipe for making sunscreen with lotion, and here is what I found, in percentages. PLEASE be careful when handling Zinc Oxide, wear gloves and a mask if at all possible!
For a Low SPF 2-5 use 5% Zinc Oxide
For Moderate SPF 6-11 use 10% Zinc Oxide
For High SPF 12-19 use 15% Zinc Oxide
For Ultra HIgh SPF>20 use 25% Zinc Oxide

Taken from Soap Body and “Rice Bran Oil (Oryza sativa): is an uncommon, nourishing, and wholesome oil abundant in vitamin E. This oil has its own natural SPF, and has anti oxidant properties. Rice bran oil is used mainly in products for dry and mature aging skin”

Well, now that I have done all this studying on sunscreens, I started to make my own sal free sunscreen! Check it out: Soybean Sunscreen SPF 20

Body Lotion:

Christine’s Homemade Creations Soybean body and hand lotion
ingredients: Distilled water, soybean oil, beeswax, Vitamin E, Ricebran Oil, oat protein,  e-wax, fragrance, Optiphen Plus Preservative

Face Creams/ Moisturizers

L’OrealYouth Code Day/Night (I have a couple extra of these if you would like to buy one off me)

ingredients:  Aqua/Water, Glycerin, Isohexadecane, Cyclohexailoxane, Dimethicone, Alcohol Denat., Dipropylene Gycol, Synthetic Wax, Peg-10, Dimethicone, Dimethicone/Peg-10/15 Crosspolymer, Dimethicone/Polyglycerin-3 Crosspolymer, Caffeine, Sodium Acrylates, Copolymer, Sodium Hydroxide, Bifida Ferment Lysate, Adenosine, Ascorbyl Glucoside, Nylon-12, Limonene, Disodium Edta, Propylene Carbonate, Hydroxyethylpiperazine Ethane Sulfonic Acid, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Ethylhexylglycerin, Polysilicone-8, Tocopheryl Acetate, Methylparaben, Phenoxyethanol, Parfum, and Sodium Benzoate.

Christine’s Homemade Creations Anti-Wrinkle Revitalizing Face Cream

ingredients: Distilled water, Rice bran Oil, Wheat germ Oil, Vitamin E, Emu oil, Oat Protein, Glycerin, E-wax, Optiphen Plus Preservative

Please note, that these are subject to deletion at any time, as the ingredients often change on any given product. These lists are meant as a GUIDE to point you in a direction! Please take the time to read each and every ingredient in every item you buy to ensure your product is in fact salicylate free!!

Please feel free to comment with what Salicylate free products YOU are using! this is not meant to be just a push for my products!! lol 😀

About Christine

I'm a bit of a health nut and not ashamed of it! God, family and Missions are huge passions and driving forces in my life. I have had fibromyalgia for most of my life and am in the process of a treatment that is gonna give me my life back! Join me in my journey to wellness, make some new friends and maybe encourage someone else along the way!
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12 Responses to Salicylate free Lotions, Moisturizers & Sunscreens

  1. Mary Moore says:

    For my face, I use Neutrogena Pure & Free Liquid Daily Sunblock, SPF 50. Don’t buy the SPF 70; it has sals!

    Active Ingredients: Titanium Dioxide (5%), Zinc Oxide (3%), Water, C12 15 Alkyl Benzoate, Trisiloxane, Dimethicone, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Silica, Cetyl/PEG/PPG 10/1 Dimethicone, Polyglyceryl 4 Diisostearate/Polyhydroxystearate/Sebacate, PPG 12/SMDI Copolymer, Bisabolol (L-Alpha), Magnesium Sulfate, Caprylyl Glycol, DMDM Hydantoin, Triethoxycaprylylsilane

  2. Lyn Van Bebber says:

    We LOVE the body lotion, face cream and night cream from! There is no SPF though.

  3. Nichole says:

    Like many people who can’t tolerate sals, I react very badly to benzoates. This has really complicated my life, as even the “sal free” merchants often use benzoates. It’s been a rough process of trial and error (and lots of benadryl) to find products that work. But Cluere sunscreen and the daytime face lotion have worked well for me (I recently bought a sunscreen that I think is safe, but I haven’t been brave enough to try it yet: Kiss My Face Hydresia). I seem to be able to use shea butter without a reaction (though I worry that one day it will cause a reaction) so I use it as a body moisturizer, straight from the tin. I have a friend who has specially formulated a goat’s milk soap for me. If others are interested, I can post a link to her shop. I’ve also had relatively good luck with MAC products for makeup (but read ingredients carefully).

    • Christine says:

      Nichole, many of the people who can’t use sals are not allergic to them at all! lol 😀 We have to stay away from them because they block our fibromyalgia medication that reverses the symptoms.

      But it’s so great to hear that others actually benefit from these lists too! I’m glad you have found some products that work, thank you for sharing!! 🙂

  4. Anonymous says:

    Looking for topica pain reliever ,was told traumeel is OK. Is it? You can reply to thanks!

    • Christine says:

      hello anonymous! 🙂 I really know nothing about traumeel except what I find when I google it! It says it’s a homeopathic treatment, and from what I understand about homeopath, it is incredibly diluted to the point I don’t normally caution people about the salicylates in them. That said, it truly does depend on how sensitive you are to salicylates, so it’s up to you! If you have an allergy to them, I wouldn’t use homeopath stuff. If you are asking because you are on the Guaifenesin Protocol to treat your fibromyalgia, then I think you wouldn’t need to worry about it. Does that help?

  5. Marsha says:

    Hi Christine, thank you for being here for us. I finally got off my last pain med 9/7/16, so much burning acidic feeling pain, I have tried some OTC pain formulas, nothing is helping. I am waiting for the 300 LA from Fibro Pharmacy, I don’t know if I should wait til I get out of the Tramadol withdrawal or start it as soon as I get it. Question, is Palmer’s cocoa butter formula still O.K. to use as fibromyalgiatreatment has it on their list? Thank you, I hope things get better for you. Marsha

    • Christine says:

      Hi Marsha! Way to go getting off your pain meds!!! That is a HUGE deal!

      Yes, I would wait till you get out of withdrawal before starting the protocol. You need to be observing your symptoms increasing/decreasing to help you find your clearing dose on the guai. So if you can wait a couple weeks till you are past the withdrawal, you will have a much easier time figuring out what your clearing dose will be. And don’t worry about the diet just yet either. One thing at a time!

      You just made a HUGE change by going off your pain meds (with the help of your doc I hope?), so let’s see how you do with that before making another huge change by starting the protocol.

      We have seen cocoa butter be a problem for many people in causing them to slow down clearing. Weather it’s from partially blocking or fully blocking, it’s slowed people down, so totally not worth it! THere have been companies that have made cheaper cocoa butter by adding plant oils to it and thus blocking people. We sure hope they aren’t still doing that, but so not worth the risk to us. fibropharmacy is mapping people, so they can know if a person is clearing well or not. Here’s my post on this, hope it helps! <3

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