UV Natural Vegan Sunscreen SPF30+ in a handy travel size is available at Flora & Fauna
UVNatural SPF30+ sunscreen contains only natural ingredients that are moisturising and easily absorbed by the skin, giving a flawless and non greasy feel with no lasting odours. Unlike sunscreens diluted in water for cost effectiveness, UVNatural maintains an ethic to use quality, natural derived ingredients that are closest to the oils we lose from our skin as we age, hence not clogging the pores of the skin.
- 2 hours water resistant
- SPF 30+ broad spectrum sunscreen protection
- Non Greasy Formula
- Preservative Free
- Fragrance Free
As well as using sunscreen it is always important to wear protective clothing, a hat and sunglasses and to try and avoid over exposure to the sun, especially between 10am-2pm.
UV Natural contains zinc stearate which contains coconut oil which is derived from RSPO Certified Palm Oil. UV natural have certification to show this.
Apply 30 minutes before exposure to sunlight. Re-apply after lengthy time swimming or sweating.
zinc oxide 24.8%, zinc stearate, grape seed oil, macadamia oil, natural vitamin E, green tea extract, grape seed extract, colloidal silica
Love itBy: Madelin Eyres on 4 February 2019Its a bit thick to rub on your skin but it doesnt leave my skin feeling greasy and gross. I love this product
Vegan, coral reef friendly, palm oil free but packBy: Anonymous on 8 July 2018Pay attention to the size! I knew this wouldn't be big but it's basically travel size. Pretty expensive for something that small. I love that it has no palm oil OR coral reef harming chemicals. This is the only brand that I've found so far that is both of these things and is also vegan! It's quite greasy, so I wouldn't recommend it for under makeup. I also wish it didn't come in plastic, especially considering it's so small that it will run out pretty quickly. Excellent concept, and it seems to work incredibly well as sun protection.
Smells soooo badBy: Caroline on 27 June 2018Soooo bad. So, so bad but I ain't got skin cancer yet