Suntribe Zinc Sunscreen Tinted - Natural - 30SPF

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Suntribe Zinc Sunscreen Tinted - Natural - 30SPF - All natural & extremely water resistant

€14,99
Brand:
Suntribe
SKU:
suntribe003
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Product description

The Suntribe Face & Sport Sunscreen is developed in Sweden from 100% natural and organic ingredients. Gentle on your skin and safe for the environment, especially for coral reefs.
Uses Non-nano Zinc Oxide as the only mineral UV-filter, which research deems the safest and most effective form of UV protection available.

Reliably protects your face, neck, lips and ears when you are exposed to intense sun for a long time, especially during sports.


SPECIFICATIONS

  • SPF 30, broad spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays. Blocks 97% of UVB rays.

  • 100% natural. Only 4 ingredients: Non-Nano Zinc Oxide, Organic Beeswax, Organic Coconut Oil and Organic Cacao Powder (pigment) – that’s all!

  • Mineral sunscreen which uses Non-Nano Zinc Oxide as a UV-filter.

  • Extremely water and sweat resistant, whitening.

  • Developed with surf teachers, perfect for all action sports such as surfing, kiting, running, hiking, sailing, climbing and skiing.

  • Reef safe & gentle on your skin. Not tested on animals.

  • Plasticfree, comes in a recycled aluminium tin with recycled paper labels.

  • Lasts for one year after opening. Lasts for around three months when applied daily.

  • Content: 45gr.


HOW TO USE?

  • The thick formula is developed mainly for application on your face, shoulders, hands and arms.

  • Easiest to apply at room temperature (21 degrees or above). In colder temperatures, keep the tin in your pocket or warm it in your hand for a minute.

  • Apply a transparent layer when spending up to two hours under low sun exposure (before 11am or after 4pm).

  • When spending the whole day in highly reflexive environments (snow/water) or under high sun exposure (11am-4pm), apply a thick visible layer in addition.

Made in the EU.

Photos: Suntribe

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