So effective, even VAMPIRES can enjoy the sunlight!
NON-NANO SPF 30+ and BROAD SPECTRUM
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This sunscreen is effective yet toxic-free at 22.5% zinc oxide! Free of chemical fragrances, Free of parabens, Free of nanoparticles!
Toss your sunscreen if it contains any of these terrible chemicals: Para amino benzoic acid... Octyl salicyclate... Avobenzone... Oxybenzone... Cinoxate... Padimate O... Dioxybenzone... Phenylbenzimidazole... Homosalate... Sulisobenzone... Menthyl anthranilate... Trolamine salicyclate... Octocrylene...
Or how about some nasty preservatives like PROPYLENE GLYCOL? YUCK!!
Our ingredients are completely safe for you, your babies, and your Earth! Each active ingredient in this outstanding product has been carefully chosen to specifically protect and nourish your skin.
Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Unrefined Shea Butter, Organic Beeswax, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Organic Camellia Oil, Organic Cocoa Butter, NON-NANO, NON-Micronized Zinc Oxide, Organic Rosemary Extract.
Coconut oil: Coconut oil has been used for hundreds of years to moisturize the skin. If you have skin sensitivities, it is likely to be mild and gentle on your skin.
Jojoba oil: Jojoba oil is a non-fragrant natural emollient that serves up superior moisturizing and skin conditioning properties.
Shea butter: Shea butter is a natural plant lipid used as both a thickener and an emulsifier. What's more, it also has effective moisturizing properties.
As with all safe sunscreen lotions, I recommend you re-apply frequently, especially after swimming, perspiring, or towel-drying.
Our sunscreen does not contain chemicals to keep the base intact, so it can change with temperature changes. This will NOT effect the product or its efficacy. If the product is a bit too hard, try to warm the tube between your hands. If it is clumpy, dispense the product and then rub it vigorously to melt the clumps.
A note about sunscreen: Everyone is different and putting on sunscreen does not equal not getting burned. It has a 30 SPF and that means that it is 30 times the amount of protection of an "average" person's natural protection. So, that being said, you have every skin color in that "average". In addition, one's skin color does not always reflect its ability to deal with the sun. The inability to burn is actually quite complicated and even has to do with genetics, the food you eat and what you put on your skin prior to going into the sun. It also depends on where you are in relation to the ocean, the mountains and proximity to the equator. It could be that your family needs to re-apply more often or needs to cover up a bit more. I would also leave it on thicker than rubbing it completely in if you are prone to burning!
*this product has NOT been certified to the organic standards. For more information about why, please visit http://poofyorganics.blogspot.com/2013/08/the-rules-of-being-usda-certified.html