Natural Plant Based Sun Filters:
Micronized Zinc Oxide and Titanium Oxide at 15 percent safely protects your skin up to 22 SPF
And offering even more protection and skin beauty are:
Amazonian Oils such as Sacha Inchi and Agueje. Both of these oils are excellent for the skin and filter harmful sun rays.
Raspberry Seed Oil is a superb anti-oxidant and offers between 28-50 Sunscreen protection. Raspberry Seed Oil is formulated at 5 percent.
Cacoa Powder not only provides a beautiful tint, but revives dull skin, filters the sun and smells great!
Cocoa Butter is a great moisturizer and skin protector as well as offering 6-15% sun screen protection. Cocoa Butter is formulated at 30 percent of this formula.
Propriety Botanical Complex is made from specifically to filter the sun and has a large amount of anti-oxidants. Secret ingredient is Chaga!
Packaged in an 30ml container that pushes up from the bottom.
Use: Apply to face or body.
More information on video
It makes my skin feel and look great and gives a wonderful glow. Noticed some improvement in skin plumpness and texture as well. Not for those who hate oily skin, it does take a while to fully sink in. Mine is very acne prone and I have no problems. If yours is sensitive to coconut oil, steer clear. No white cast at all. However, I’m not actually sure how much protects. I have been wearing it for about 2 weeks now and I have been walking for about 1 hour outside every other day or so, and that is my only time outside due to quarantine. I wear it every time I leave the house and I have noticed slight darkening of my skin. Not sure if this is just in my head, but I certainly wasn’t expecting it. I may not be applying enough, however, applying more would be a bit much oil wise. I understand not all sunscreens are absolute, but I am a bit wary especially due to lack of certified SPF testing. If testing isn’t extremely expensive or difficult to do, I would love to have it. Based off only zinc and titanium oxide content, the SPF should be about 15-20. Will definitely continue to use but if you’re super serious about sun protection I would not recommend.
Jennifer Maves –
I agree, it has done wonders for my face. I went out this whole weekend in the sun and have had very good effects with it. And my skin feels really good. Many of the oils used are not only plant filters but address discoloration in the skin. But it is probably not the best for oily skin.
I am a small company and it is not my interest to get this product tested. I agree if you feel you need to be absolutely sure to have 50 protection, you should buy another brand.
Mine is perfect for excellent skin care while protecting your skin from the sun. I think it is best used for everyday and not sun bathing.
I really appreciate your feedback. It helps me do my best.
Jennifer Maves –
Thank you for the review. Just wanted you to know the SPF isn’t just based on titanium and zinc. Almost every ingredient in there has a SPF rating. And yes, it is expensive to get it certified. I choose to not go down that route. I like to keep my prices reasonable. Thank you! JenZen