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Natural Sunscreen Face SPF 30

Natural sunscreen for face

24.95
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  • Natural ingredients
  • Without parabens or toxic substances
  • Protects against UVA and UVB with SPF30
  • For all skin types, also for sensitive skin
  • Doesn’t leave a white layer
  • Waterproof
  • In a sustainable packaging, made of sugar cane
  • Developed and produced in the Netherlands
  • 100% vegan and ocean friendly
  • No oxybenzone and non-nano

With natural, mineral UV filters based on zinc oxide (non-nano), Naïf’s Sunscreen Face is suitable for even the most sensitive skin. The natural sunscreen instantly protects the face from harmful UV rays and slows down aging process of the skin. The cream is easy to apply and doesn’t leave a white layer, thanks to the natural oils.

Did you know that sunscreen can seriously pollute the ocean? This is because of the ingredients oxybenzone and octinoxate, but also micro-plastics and nano-particles. Good news, none of these ingredients in our sunscreen! Also, the packaging is made of sugar cane. This saves about 55 grams of CO2 per tube compared to a normal plastic tube.

How to use the sunscreen?
Apply to the face and neck. Do this again every two hours for optimal protection. Use the sunscreen in combination with day cream. Apply the day cream first and then the sunscreen. Attention: spreads easily, so you don’t need much!

50ml

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Ingredients

Protection against UV radiation can be done with a chemical or physical filter. A physical filter is also called a natural or mineral UV filter. The active ingredient for this is zinc oxide. This lays a layer on the skin which reflects the sun. To make the cream easy to spread, you will also find natural oils such as olive oil, coconut oil and sunflower oil. The formulation is kind to the skin, but also to nature. The cream is 100% vegan, free of oxybenzone and octinoxate, free of microplastics and contains no nanoparticles.

INCI: Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (gefractioneerde kokosolie), Cocos Nucifera (Kokosolie) Oil, Zinc Oxide, Isoamyl Laurate, Stearyl Heptanoate, Hydrogenated Soy Polyglycerides, Candelilla Cera/ Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax, Stearyl Caprylate, Polyhydroxystearic Acid, Parfum/Fragrance, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus (Zonnebloemolie) Seed Oil, C15-23 Alkane

Why we choose a natural SPF filter

You can choose between a sunscreen with mineral uv filters or chemical UV filters. Chemical filters are made of synthetic, organic substances. These filters are absorbed into the skin and absorb the UV radiation there.

Mineral filters are made from natural ingredients such as zinc oxide. The filters lay a layer on the skin through which radiation is reflected. This protects the skin immediately (no soaking time) and the chance of a skin reaction is minimal. This makes natural UV filters suitable for the most sensitive skin, including newborns.

Natural UV filters are also friendlier to the ocean. This is because it does not contain oxybenzone or octinoxate. these are ingredients that make the coral fade and endangers marine organisms.

What does SPF mean?

A frequently asked and justified question. SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor and is a factor that protects the skin against harmful UV rays. The number behind the SPF indicates how long you can sit in the sun before sunburn occurs. If you normally burn within 10 minutes, you can sit in the sun protected for 500 minutes with an SPF50. So you choose the factor based on how quickly the skin burns.

The difference between SPF50 and SPF30
is minimal. SPF30 protects 96% against UV radiation, SPF50 protects 98% against UV radiation. The idea that SPF30 protects less well makes people lubricate better and more often than SPF50.

Tip: you can read more about SPF in our blog article “Fact or fiction: with a higher protection factor you can stay in the sun longer”

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