Reef safe + zero waste sunscreen!
This reef safe sunscreen is great for your face and body but also good for the reefs! Made from certified all-natural ingredients, it provides UVA-UVB true broad-spectrum protection. As a performance-driven sunscreen, it is very water-resistant beyond 80 minutes, yet so gentle and moisturizing it is perfect for kids. Packed with biologically active antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and extracts, it continues protecting your skin long after environmental exposure.
How to use: Apply liberally 15 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply after 80 minutes of swimming or sweating, immediately after towel drying and at least every 2 hours.
The tin is 100% recyclable in the metal recycling bin.
Active Ingredient: Non-Nano Zinc Oxide (23%)
Inactive Ingredients: Sunflower Oil*, Green Tea*, Black Tea*, Coffee Bean*, Hemp Seed Oil*, Cocoa Butter*, Mango Butter**, Beeswax*, Rosemary Oil Extract**, Vitamin E**
* USDA Certified Organic
** Certified Natural
I burn VERY easily and this sunscreen absolutely worked for me. I was in direct sun for hours the first time I used this product and I did not burn at all. SO pleased with the product!
My girlfriend and I absoluty love this sunscreen! This is our second order. It feels great on our skin, spreads easily, and smells amazing! Oh yea, it works pretty darn well too!! The only thing we don't like is the small container size... We feel like we're gonna have lots of empty tins by then end of the summer... Although we love the tins and that it's plastic free. Wondering if there's any sort of time return/recycling or refilling program through the manufacturer?
Smooth, light, easy to apply!
Kept me from getting burnt while kayaking and walking on another real hot day. At first took a while to apply but it lasts long. It is a little white but I don't mind, not in a fashion show, sweating hard.
The sunscreen works great! I'm very fair skinned, I burn even in the shade, so I was a little resistant to trying something with only 30 SPF. My fears were thankfully unfounded; if applied liberally and then reapplied every hour or two (like with normal sunscreen), I find I don't get burned. My one complaint is that the sticker is plastic. If you're going to make a plastic free sunscreen, why not go all the way with a paper label?