Keep out of reach of children. For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes - if eyes are affected rinse immediately and thoroughly with water. This is a natural product. Please stop using it if it causes you any sensitisation.
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Distilled water, glyceryl stearate, cetearyl glucoside, aloe vera, coconut fragrance, organic hemp seed oil, potassium sorbate, vegetable glycerin, vitamin E, xanthan gel. SPF 30: Active ingredients: octocrylene (8%), octyl methoxycinnamate (7.5%), zinc oxide (5%).
Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Great, non-greasy, lovely smelling suncream. Tried for first time recently and very impressed. It sinks into your skin completely, no stickiness at all, barely feel you have it on. Slight coconut smell is really pleasant. My boys both have eczema and most suncreams irritate them, even supposedly 'sensitive' and other mineral ones. This really doesn't, it's great on their skin. Have only used in UK so far, but on a recent very hot, sunny day it protected us well. I do wish it came in a higher factor for the kids, but overall I'd definitely recommend it.
Monday, 18 March 2013
I'm allergic to most lotions and sunscreen. This sunscreen is absolutely lovely to use!! Non greasy, soaks in well and protects very well. Excellent value for money, it goes a long way. My 4 year old son also has interited my allergies and i use it for him for school and holidays and yet again it protects very well and although we always re-apply throughout the day, I'm confident with the protection, if we're a bit longer between applications. It's also good in water!!
Wednesday, 08 March 2006
There are only a couple of sun creams on the market that I believe in and this is one of them. Most High Street brands are so full of chemicals that I find it hard to use them even in emergencies. The skin is the largest organ of the body and unfortunately it will absorb the good with the bad. The Yaoh 15 and 30 blocks have worked for me and my children both at U.K. beaches and in the Mediteranean. If you read labels this one is definitely worth a try!