Sales from each one of these collaboration tins gives $5 to Sea Shepherd Australia to support their mission to defend, conserve and protect our oceans. PLUS by buying any of our reef safe, vegan sunscreens in reusable and recyclable tins, you’ll also be stopping chemical sunscreen and plastic pollution from entering our oceans and waterways
SunButter sunscreen is made with certified sustainable ingredients. Broad spectrum UVA and UVB mineral blocker zinc oxide lends superior restorative and nurturing qualities for all skin types, even sensitive and/or weathered skin. This moisturizing sunscreen keeps your skin soft, smooth, and protected from the elements.
- SPF 50
- Reef Safe
- No nano particles
- No Sunspheres (Nano Plastic Particles) Certified
- Therapeutic Goods Administration approved and registered
- Vegan and Cruelty free
- Rubs in clear
- Safe for all skin types including sensitive skin, babies and face application
- Made in a solar powered factory
100g of non-aqueous solution. This means your tin lasts longer than water-based sunscreens, as well as locking in more of your skin's natural moisture.
Massage half into skin, mineral sunscreen acts as a physical sun barrier.
☀️ Wipe the thread occasionally with clothes to remove sand and grit that makes it tricky to open.
☀️ Store flat
☀️ Store below 86 Degrees F or 30 Degrees C ~ like all sunscreens.
☀️ upcycle your tins before you recycle them.
Active Ingredients: Non Nano Zinc Oxide 230mg/g
Inactive Ingredients: Median chain triglyceride (from coconut oil), Candelilla wax, Coco-caprylate (from coconut oil), Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Polyglyceryl-3 polyricinoleate (vegetable based emulsifier), Isostearic acid (plant based binder), Tocopheryl acetate (Vitamin E).
We have taken the time to ensure this product is made from natural ingredients that don't pollute the sea, aggravate your skin or cost the planet. Fewer high quality ingredients means more potent goodness, greater certainty of ethical supply chain and less foreign ingredients entering our waterways and oceans.
Use until contents are finished. Tin is reusable and can be curbside recycled.