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Standard Procedure

Mini Sun Cream SPF50+

Regular price €15,00

Made to withstand the most extreme conditions and protect you against free radical induced skin damage, this SPF50+ sunscreen will be with you during your adventures, your beach days, your friend gatherings under the sun. Water resistant for up to 4 hours and protects against UVA/UVB broad spectrum rays. Coral reef safe, marine life safe and ethically and sustainably made this sun cream will protect you and the ocean at the same time!

60ml of coral reef safe sun cream. Does not contain PABA, Parabens, Oxybenzone and Oxinoxate. Added Australian superfruits that give this sun cream antioxidants, vitamins a, b + c, papain and bromelain to nourish, moisturise and refresh your skin.

Active ingredients: Homosalate 10.00% w/w octocrylene 8.00% w/w octyl salicylate 5.00% w/w butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane 4.00% w/w contains: benzyl alcohol i phenoxyethanol. It also contains beeswax

This sun cream is non greasy, it absorbs quickly, feels dry to the touch and is suitable for children and sensitive skins. This all natural sunscreen works for both body and face. We recommend you that you apply a few dots on the skin and spread them until you have a thin almost transparent layer of sunscreen on all your skin protecting you from sunburn. Remember to reapply sunscreen every two hours or after going into the water for full protection.

Many sunscreens contain chemicals that harm marine life. When we swim or shower, sunscreen may wash off and enter our waterways causing mass bleaching, damage to the DNA and kill the coral reefs of our world. Every year the most commonly used chemical UV-filter, Oxybenzone, alone contributes to around 10% of coral bleaching. This natural and sustainable sunscreen from Standard Procedure doesn't contain benzophenone, oxybenzone, octinoxate, any nano elements or any of the chemicals that harm us and our oceans. If a sustainable products, from a truly sustainable brand wasn't enough, top it with a cool brand and the best sun cream we have ever tried! Have fun, protect your skin and save the planet!

The bottle packaging is made of recyclable food grade high-density polyethylene (HDPE), in order to comply with the australian law for TGA certified products. Let's support Standard Procedure and press for governments to erase laws that make it difficult for brands to offer more sustainable packaging.

Standard Procedure stands for all authentic things. Does the picture from the 60s of a beach full of colourful umbrellas and travellers from around the world make you feel nostalgic of an era that you didn't even live in? Say no more, we too! Standard Procedure brings back those days through their ethically made, sustainable and earth friendly range of topical skin care. Made in Australia in a 100% solar powered factory to make a high quality, protective sun-care range of products that mixed with Australian super fruits will make being under the sun just as safe and juicy as you like to picture it! It is a TGA certified product, meeting the highest global standards to bring to us, the ones that like to explore, remember, create and jump a sun cream that protects our skin, our oceans and all the life in this planet! Zepha and Dion, founders and adventurers of Standard Procedure are fully committed to our idea of ethics + sustainability, people + planet and beyond making a sustainable sun cream 5% of all sales will go to provide funds, help support and bring awareness to Children's Ground with the goal of creating equality and fair education.

This sun cream is one of the most sustainable options in the entire market together with Suntribe sunscreens. They are packaged in plastic bottles due to the Australian Law that says that for a sunscreen it needs to come in a packaging with food-grade virgin plastic. The entire bottle is made of High-density polyethylene (HDPE), so it is BPA free and so you should recycle it in the plastic recycling bin, it will be recycled and hopefully they end up in your hands another day in the form of a new product.