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Back 2 Nature Active Zinc


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Back 2 Nature's natural Sun Care range prioritizes keeping our oceans, environment, and bodies free from any toxic chemical filters that are commonly found in conventional sunscreens. 
Their Sun Care products are mineral based, allowing them to reflect out unwanted and harmful UV rays.
Made in South Africa with high quality, non nano, uncoated zinc oxide and nature's finest oils & waxes which have the natural ability to protect the skin from sun damage. 

SPF 50 - 40 G

Active Zinc SPF 50 is a mineral based face sunscreen, suitable for water sports & all outdoor enthusiasts. The combination of natural minerals, oils & waxes nourish & protect your skin while exposed to the elements & reflect harmful UVA & UVB rays.
  • Broad Spectrum | UVA & UVB
  • 5 Boot Star Rating! The best UV Coverage you can get 😊
  • Water & Sweat Resistant
  • Non-nano Ingredients
  • Reef Safe & Earth Friendly
  • NO nasty chemical filters
  • Suitable for all genders, ages & sensitive skin
  • Vegan & Cruelty Free
  • Sulphate, alcohol & paraben free
  • Eco Friendly, biodegradable packaging

 

Ingredients : Zinc Oxide, *Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, *Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, *Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax, Myrica Pubescens Fruit Wax, Titanium Dioxide, Silica, CI77492.
* Certified Organic Ingredients.

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William
It Sure Kept the Sun at Bay

I bought this product to do the Fish River Canyon Hike.
It certainly did the trick. The sun was quite severe and the product was easy to apply and remained all day.
What I like about this product is that when you sweat the "suncream" doesn't run and sting your eyes.
Please note:
It is very difficult to get the stick pushed out through the packaging. I discovered that this is occurs when it is cold. As soon as you warm it up a little bit in the Sun (or perhaps your hands) I didn't actually try that, it comes out easily.
Also, rather push the stick out, get some one your thumb and then spread it onto your face. I initially just used the stick to rub it straight onto my face and all my hiking buddies thought I had put mud on my face to play Cowboy and Indians 😆

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