Not all sunscreens are created equal. Made from a reef safe (!!!) non-nano zinc oxide and botanical ingredients, our popular SPF 30 Tinted Mineral Sunscreen Lotion is super hydrating and easy to rub in thanks to a blend of organic coconut oil, jojoba oil, and shea butter. Not to be confused with make-up, this tinted sunscreen blends in seamlessly with most skin tones thanks to a dash of iron oxides. This face and body sunscreen doesn’t leave your skin chalky or greasy, won’t clog your pores (sensitive skin, rejoice!), and organic ingredients like green tea, rose hips, and buriti oil actually repair damaged skin from sunburn and windburn. And since it’s a mineral-based sunscreen, you can expect full spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays and water-resistant protection for 80 minutes. Now, how many sunscreens can do THAT?
Unlike conventional chemical sunscreens that are harmful to humans and marine life, All Good mineral sunscreen products are made with the active ingredient, zinc oxide. Zinc oxide is a topical, non-nanoparticle, mineral-based ingredient that sits on top of your skin and won’t absorb into your body; it is one of only two ingredients that has been FDA-approved for general recognition of safety and effectiveness (GRASE)*. All or our All Good reef-friendly suncare products meet broad-spectrum FDA standards and reef safe criteria. Our ingredients do not include chemical UV absorbers, parabens or harmful additives (and especially no octinoxate, oxybenzone, and the other chemicals in the “Awful Eight”).
- Protection from HEV (blue light) from video calls and screens
- Topical mineral sunscreen for face or body
- UVA/UVB broad spectrum sun protection
- Oxybenzone-free, made with only Reef Friendly ingredients
- Water Resistant (80 minutes)
- Leaping Bunny certified (that means cruelty-free!)
- Made with mineral ingredients deemed ‘safe’ by the FDA
- Active ingredient: 16% non-nano particle zinc oxide
- Oxybenzone free, GMO free, Gluten Free, Paraben Free
- Head’s up! This product is made with iron oxides, which have been known to leave a stain on light, and particularly WHITE fabrics. If you’re rocking tinted sunscreen, try to avoid rubbing your face or body on light-colored clothing, towels, and furniture.