Sunbutter Vegan Surf Zinc SPF50 Sunscreen 70g
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Suncare centred around caring for sensitive skin and the sea, we make it with all natural oils, plant-based waxes and soothing non-nano particle zinc oxide. Scented with organic unrefined cacao butter and tinted with iron oxides to blend well with a range of different skin tones. This moisturising sunscreen will leave your skin protected from the elements whilst keeping the oceans and waterways healthier
• Australia's first VEGAN surf zinc ! • SPF50 TGA listed • Board spectrum UVA and UVB protection • 4 hours water resistant • Applies easily • Vegan and cruelty free • Reef safe • Palm Oil Free Certified (POFCAP) • Comes in BIG 70g tins • Sensitive skin and kid friendly
Apply generously 20min before exposure to the sun. Reapply every 2 hours or after swimming, sweating or towering. Avoid contact with eyes and prolonged exposure to the sun. Wear protective clothing, hats and eyewear. discontinue use if irritation occurs. Store below 30c
SunButter™ is a natural and reef-safe sunscreen brand created by marine biologist Sacha Guggenheimer and conservation ecologist Tom Hiney in 2016. They were working on the Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia and wanted to protect their skin and the coral reefs from chemical sunscreen pollution. They developed a SPF50 formula that was gentle on their skin and harmless to marine life. SunButter™ grew from a handmade sunblock to Australia's first vegan surf zinc and reef safe sunscreen in reusable and recyclable tins. All products are approved by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration. SunButter™ follows the mantra of "Protecting People & The Planet".
Non Nano Zinc Oxide 250mg/g, Coconut oil, Candellila wax, Almond oil, Theobroma oil, Shea butter, Iron Oxides, d-alpha Tocopherol acetate (Vitamin E)
Always read the label and follow the directions for use. Sunscreens are only one part of sun protection. Prolonged high-risk sun exposure should be avoided. Frequent re-application or use in accordance with directions is required for effective sun protection. It is important to wear protective clothing, hats and eyewear when exposed to the sun.
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