Wotnot REEF SAFE Natural Sunscreen SPF30 – Live Life Green
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Wotnot REEF SAFE Natural Sunscreen SPF30

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Wotnot 30 SPF natural sunscreen use zinc in an all natural lotion to provide broad spectrum UV protection and is specially designed for problem prone or extra sensitive skin. It has a high natural oil content making it deeply moisturising and uses the finest, most gentle natural extracts. Our products are GMO free and are also free from sulphates, petrochemicals, parabens, artificial preservatives and fragrances - we know Wotnot to put in. With zinc oxide as the active ingredient and being free from titanium dioxide, our sunscreen will protect you and your family outdoors naturally. 

Designed for sensitive or eczema/psoriasis/rosacea prone skin our sunscreen is packed with natural oils and is highly moisturising.

Ingredients: Zinc Oxide 250mg/G. Also Contains: Jojoba Oil, Beeswax-White, Candelilla Wax, Aloe Barbadensis Extract, Gmo-Free Vitamin E, Grapeseed Oil, Safflower Oil, Sesame Oil, Shea Butter, Silica, Purified Water, Naticide.

Size: 150g

What's the go with Reef Safe sunscreen?

Common sunscreen ingredients oxybenzone and octinoxate have been linked to coral bleaching. These 2 ingredients are found in countless different sunscreen products including big brands like Banana Boat.  

When corals absorb these chemicals, they have a similar reaction as they would if surrounding water temperatures were to get too warm. In addition, the presence of these chemicals in sea water allows viruses to thrive, putting corals at high risk of catching an infection that could lead to bleaching and death.

Areas such as Oahu’s Hanauma Bay off the coast of the Hawaii, sees close to a million tourists each year, making it highly susceptible to sunscreen-induced coral bleaching. In 2015, a nonprofit based out of St. John surveyed a popular beach on the island, estimating that with 2,000 to 5,000 swimmers using the beach daily, over 6,000 pounds of sunscreen would be deposited into the reef annually. Such is the hazard of chemical based sunscreen to the reefs, Hawaii has now banned sunscreens containing these damaging ingredients. (Source https://www.chasingcoral.com)

Choosing reef safe sunscreen like Wotnot is a small step you can take to protect our reefs.


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