New Site! Hip2BeHome

Subscribe to our newsletter

20% Off All Suncare at Target (In-Store & Online)

Hip2Save may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. Read our full disclosure policy here.

8 Comments
HOT! Getting Toasty! Lukewarm Starting To Melt Ice Ice Baby
0.0 / 0 ratings

Through July 5th, Target shoppers can save 20% off all Sun Care Items both in-stores and online!

If shopping online, the discount will apply automatically at checkout. If you’ll be heading in-store to snag this deal, use this new 20% off All Sun Care Items Cartwheel offer. Note that this offer excludes clearance and trial/travel sizes.

Grab this deal online only…

Sun Bum .15oz Lip Balm SPF 30 $3.99 each
Buy 3 = $15.96
Minus the automatic 20% suncare discount
Minus the Buy 3 Get 1 FREE Sale
Final cost $9.57 total – just $2.39 each!


  • Shipping Info

    Target*

    Note that this item requires a minimum purchase of $25 or more.

    You may be able to opt for free in-store pickup (if available near you). Plus, if you’re a Target REDcard holder, you’ll save an additional 5% off your purchases!

Join The Discussion

Comments 8

  1. Kristin M.

    I was just saying last night that I needed to get more Australian Gold mineral sunscreen so this is perfect!

  2. Maggie

    Just in time for the release of the updated 2018 EWG sunscreen guide that came out today! https://www.ewg.org/sunscreen/#.WzZrJ_ZFxaQ

    Some of EWG’s top-rated products are available online at Target (and a few are also in store). One of my favorites is Cotz (the tinted Flawless Complexion is AMAZING). I also want to try Blue Lizard.

    • Martinkr

      I have a friend that loves blue lizard!

    • rjspickle

      Blue lizard is great! We use it on the whole family- one of the easiest mineral sunscreens to rub in that I have tried!

  3. Trace_E

    So many Ibotta offers for sun screen products!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh cool! We will have to check for those! Thanks for the heads up!

  4. Musk

    Based on the EWG ratings, which is the best spray on sunscreen?

    • Maggie

      I don’t think any spray was recommended — sprays have inhalation health risks associated with them. Consumer Reports also found them far less effective than lotions. Here’s the key language from the EWG report:
      “But EWG is concerned that these products [ISPRAYS] pose an inhalation risk and may not provide a thick and even coating on skin. In 2011 the FDA raised similar concerns. The agency indicated it would ban sprays unless sunscreen companies submitted more data to prove that spray sunscreens protect skin and pose no safety hazards. Until companies can provide the data to negate these concerns, EWG cautions people to avoid these products.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

It's not your Grandma's coupon site!

OOPS! Be sure to login or register to access this feature. It's FREE!

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Register

Forgot Password

Don't have an account? Register

Become a Hip2Save Insider

Don't Miss Out! Join our large community of insiders - it's totally free! Once you join, you'll be able to save & share your favorite deals, rate posts and recipes and add items to your cookbook! What are ya waiting for?!

Already have an account? Login

Become a Hip2Save Insider

Don't Miss Out! Join our large community of insiders - it's totally free! Once you join, you'll be able to save & share your favorite deals, rate posts and recipes and add items to your cookbook! What are ya waiting for?!



Already have an account? Login

Thank you for rating!

Would you also like to leave us a comment?