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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

  • Best sunscreen we've ever used

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    Our family loves this sunscreen. From time to time for various reasons (it's out of stock, we are given another product to try) we have used other sunscreens but keep coming back to this one. Waterproof and it works.

    Cathy

    18/02/17

  • Nice texture

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    Nice texture, moisturising but not greasy. Takes a minute to rub in then its invisible on skin. Makes a nice base under makeup. No annoying fragrance. My husband liked it alot

    Rachel

    18/02/17

  • Thick, greasy, sticky and hard to rub in

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    The worst natural sunscreen I've ever tried. Its thick and sticky and is very hard to rub in. I used it on my arms they looked wet like I had slopped cooking oil on my arms. I used it on my face, and my hair kept sticking to them as it makes the skin sticky. NOT invisible, gives a strong white cast. Smells terrible as well, like sweet sickly baby powder.

    Rachel

    18/02/17

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