Kid Safe Screen, SPF 25

Kid Safe Screen, SPF 25

$ 24.00

2.7 oz. | 79.84 ml


Broad spectrum sunscreen is more important than a very high SPF, which only addresses UVB exposure. Zinc oxide protects across the UVA/UVB spectrum by reflecting UV rays rather than absorbing them. Sunscreens containing chemicals like oxybenzone, widely used in kid sunscreens, can cause allergic reactions and may be an endocrine disruptor.


  • Protects against both UVA and UVB rays with non-nano zinc oxide.
  • Unlike chemicals and titanium dioxide zinc oxide is very photo-stable.
  • water-resistant.
  • Consistently receives top ratings in the EWG Sunscreen Guide.

Key Ingredients

Non-nano zinc oxide protects against the full UV spectrum, UVA as well as UVB, by reflecting UV rays rather than absorbing them. It does not degrade in the presence of UV like chemicals and or/ titanium dioxide.

Green tea/white tea infusion contains catechins and polyphenols, which provide extraordinary antioxidant support. Green tea is also notable for its ability to neutralize UV rays, thus providing extra, and natural, sun protection.

Avocado oil is rich and emollient and a great source for vitamins A, B1 & B2, D and E, necessary for maintaining skin health. The sterolins found in avocado oil help relieve damaged skin, in particular damage caused by sun exposure.

All Ingredients

Active ingredient: 20% non-nano zinc oxide

Camellia sinensis (green and white tea), non-nano zinc oxide, capric/capryllic triglycerides (fractionated coconut oil), Persea americana (avocado oil), arabinogalactan, tocopherol (vitamin E), Mangifera indica (mango butter), potassium sorbate, vegetable glycerin, xantham gum, allantoin, polyaminopropyl biguanide (Cosmocil CQ), glycine soja lecithin, Rosemarinus officinalis (rosemary oleoresin), Cananga odorata (ylang ylang) essential oil, iron oxides.



Shake well before use. Apply liberally and evenly before sun exposure. Kid Safe Screen is so safe and gentle that it can be used around the eyes. Reapply every two hours and after swimming, perspiring or towel drying. For children under 6 months, consult a physician.



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