Because my second son has sensitive skin and eczema, we've gone natural with a lot of products in our home in the last year. I love the natural ingredients in this Badger sunscreen plus bug repellent, and I love that it uses zinc so it's the kind of sunscreen that will work as soon as you put it on. I also think the citronella component of the bug repellant works pretty well because I'm a mosquito magnet, and I've not had much of a problem with bites using this. My biggest complaint, though, is that the sweet scent attracts BEES. When we're in a park with this, it seems like the moment I've finished spreading the stuff on my kids, bees show up, and they want to hover around me and my children like we're flowers. It makes me very nervous, since my younger son's never been stung before, and I don't know if he may be allergic to bee stings. My second complaint would be that the stuff is thick and a bit oily. On the one hand, you know exactly which spots have been covered and which areas need a little bit more. On the other hand, every time I apply, I have to wipe my hands with a baby wipe or I'll grease everything else I touch. Bull Frog makes a pump-spray that's 2-in-one. I don't think the sunscreen on the Bullfrog is as effective, but that's what I usually reach for these days when we just want to go outside to play for a short time. In the end, I suspect I'm probably better off using regular sunscreen with zinc, and then spraying bug spray on top. I just really like the idea of a 2-in-one that works.