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Natural Sunscreen

Sunlight boosts serotonin production, which is our happy hormone and this is how a little ray of sunshine can cheer a chilly day. However, we all know to limit sun exposure in the harshest sunshine hours and to be wary of the damage too much sun can lead to. This is where a gentle natural sunscreen could be used, protecting skin from sunburn, and overexposure without assaulting your body with chemicals.

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Natural Sunscreen Benefits

Natural sunscreens work with minerals and organic compounds that reflect and block the sun’s UV rays from entering the skin, while regular chemical sunscreens absorb into your skin and neutralise sunrays once in the skin. Natural sunscreens typically contain less potentially irritating or harmful ingredients, and because of this, they may also be more suitable to use on children and babies as well. With effective but mild ingredients, natural sunscreen can nourish and soothe the skin at the same time, making it a great addition to your regular personal care routine.

For even more enjoyment in the great outdoors, check out our great range of natural insect repellents.

Product Reviews

  • SAW THE MOSQUITO ACTUALLY RECONSIDER! lol

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    I bought the roll on for our family for our recent holiday to far north Queensland. We knew this product worked when I saw a mosquito head towards our son, buzz about 1cm from him and then take off! We weren't bitten the entire time. In contrast, my family who live there and use a popular repellent were all bitten with their product. My son has very sensitive skin and this product didn't cause a rash, welts or any problems. High recommend it!

    Ella

    17/07/17

  • New look!

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    Loving the new tube with 2 possible lids: Pump or the classic one. Now using the pump which leaves everything cleaner and more hygienic, and I don't use too much product.

    Cecile

    18/06/17

  • Oily and leaves a white finish on the face. For use on body only

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    Sunscreen is very oily. When you press your phone against your face even a couple of hours after applying the sunscreen you end up with white grease on the phone. It may be good for the body but it is terrible on the face. It's greasy and you can't cover it with makeup. It takes at least 20 minutes to stop looking white and even then if you apply it more heavily in some places you can see whitish patches. Don't like it at all. I may use it for my arms and legs but even on fingers you leave greasy marks on everything

    Tania

    16/06/17

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