I've always disliked sun screen in general. I put it on, and immediately I have an awful taste in my mouth that lasts for at least an hour. It's a chemically, nasty taste that doesn't go away even if you eat or drink something. So, when Dave Lawrence and Che Wentz came to Lyons for the Lyons Outdoor Games (they sponsored the event), and brought me a bunch of samples of their all natural sun screen, I was super stoked. It's definitely all natural. And I love it. I love it so much that I carry it with me everywhere. They have a bunch of different kinds (see them all by clicking here). My favorite is the item that is pictured, though I also like the Sun Stick (though not as much because it feels stickier than the lotion).
I love it mostly because I don't end up with that nasty taste in my mouth, but also because though it's made with zinc, it doesn't make your face white (or fluorescent green or pink :) I love it because when I put it on I feel like I'm also putting on moisturizing lotion. I don't feel like I have to wash my face immediately when I get home, and I can apply it over and over again without feeling like I'm poisoning myself.
The only downside to this sun screen is that you do have to apply it frequently in order to avoid sun burn. As the bottle says, "reapply liberally every 2 hours and after swimming or towel drying." So, if I'm out for a really long day of rock climbing, I have to resort to the other kinds of sun screen. Also, I think if you have children, you'll have to be super diligent about reapplying it on them really frequently. But, pretty much for everything else that I do besides long days rock climbing in the mountains, I will always have this lotion on hand.