The perfect 100% natural sunscreen that gives maximum protection from the harmful sun rays. It has been approved by the Ministry of Health. This SPF 20 sunscreen is suitable for children and adults. It protects the skin from damaging UVA and UVB rays up to 100 times from other sunscreens sold on the market.
Caring for your skin in the sun!
Massage a small amount all over your face and body before sun exposure to get a thin white layer. Apply as needed, As far as you see the white layer, your skin is protected.
Ingredients: Sesame (Sesamum indicum) Seed Oil, Shea Butter, Zinc Oxide, Beeswax, Titanium Dioxide, Macadamia Oil, Vitamin E tocopherol, Peppermint Oil, Lavender Oil, Geranium Maculatum Oil, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract.
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Q: Why does the cream leave a white cast?
A: There are ingredients in this sunscreen which are different to your average sunscreen cream. The special ______gives you protection against UVB and UVA. The sunblock ingredients leave a white cast on your skin as a sign that this is a natural sunscreen safe for kids and adults. The white cast is a reminder that you are protected from the harmful sun rays. If you don't see the white layer, its time to re-apply some more.
Q: We were at the beach this weekend and we applied the sunscreen according to the instructions written on the back of the bottle. Some of us saw that the protective white layers lasted longer while others didn't have any signs of the whitish layer later on during our stay at the beach.
A: Different types of skin react differently to sunscreens. Dry skin types absorb faster the cream. in addition, sweating, bathing, toweling, and swimming can make the sunscreen to wear off. Our sunscreen is water-resistant, however, we suggest that you reapply regularly if the whitish layer wears off.
Q: Is SPF 20-30 enough?
A: SPF is the protection your skin needs to fight off the damaging sun rays. The SPF number explains how long you can stay protected against the sun. Sensitive skin types become red within 20 minutes, therefore it's important to reapply often.