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Reef Safe/Ocean Friendly Sunscreen🌏✅

Updated: Apr 7

Australia's First Reef Safe Sunscreen!

🌊 Let's protect our oceans by choosing a 'natural' & 'plastic free' sunscreen. Many sunscreen brands use chemicals as UV blockers which are now known to kill corals, build up in marine mammal tissues and wreak havoc on ocean ecosystems, not to mention that they can have negative effects on your health.

Sun Butter offers an ocean friendly alternative option.

You can also repurpose/reuse the container!




Sunbutter's Reef Safe Sunscreen To The Rescue!

Proudly made in Australia, their sunscreen uses all-natural ingredients - making it 100% reef safe and vegan! Aside from being reef-friendly, this vegan sunscreen is ideal for those with sensitive skin. Only the finest plant-based ingredients are used to give this product its nurturing and protective properties.

Active Ingredients: Non Nano Zinc Oxide 230mg/g

Inactive Ingredients: Median chain triglyceride (from coconut oil), Candelilla wax, Coco-caprylate (from coconut oil), Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Polyglyceryl-3 polyricinoleate (vegetable based emulsifier), Isostearic acid (plant based binder), Tocopheryl acetate (Vitamin E).

SunButter have taken the time to ensure this product is made from natural ingredients that don't pollute the sea, aggravate your skin or cost the planet. Fewer high quality ingredients means more potent goodness, greater certainty of ethical supply chain and less foreign ingredients entering our waterways and oceans. 

***NOTE*** If you're heading to warm climates or live in the sunny states this formula will change consistency from a body butter to a milk at or above 30 degrees celsius . To reset your tin make sure to pop it in the fridge or else it may stay like a milk even when the weather cools down. We will have a warmer climate formula out in the near future, so stay tuned!

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HOW DO YOU REUSE YOURS?

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Not only is your sunscreen plastic-free it also comes in a handy tin that can be reused and repurposed in many different ways. 


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