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MOO NATURAL SUNSCREEN SPF40 120G

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Suitable for all ages from babies to adults, and all skin types, including very sensitive skin


Moogoo Sunscreen:

  • Zinc is naturally derived.
  • Zinc oxide acts like a reflective umbrella on the skin.
  • Suitable for all ages from babies to adults, and all skin types, including very sensitive skin.

Moogoo sunscreen suits:

  • People that are sensitive to sunscreen with UV filters.
  • People that want a Zinc only based sunscreen that is not greasy.
  • People that like know what is in their sunscreen.

Benefits
  • Aqua (H2O's Fancy Name): An easier way to make a natural sunscreen is to mix Zinc in with Oils. But we wanted something that went on cool like a moisturiser, and wasn't oily. So it took a lot of time (3 years) to make a natural sunscreen with water in it like a moistursier.
  • Zinc Oxide (For Sun Protection): Sits on the surface of the skin and reflects and scatters UV A and UV B radiation like a mirror. It rubs in clear as the zinc contains holes that make it see through.
  • Coco Caprylate (Coconut-Based Conditioner): A light coconut based emollient (moisturiser)
  • Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil: A non clogging moisturizing oil.
  • Sorbitan Olivate (Olive-Based Emulsifier): We needed a number of different emulsifiers to make sure the Zinc disperses properly in the cream. If the Zinc clumps, then the SPF would not be as high and consistent. Although the ingredients have complicated names, they are all “natural”. That is that they are all plant derived.
  • Glycerin (Sugar Alcohol): Glycerin is a humecant (attracts water) that is used in many moisturisers. We generally do not use Glycerin, but needed to in our sunscreen because Zinc can also absorb water.
  • Lecithin (Soy): We needed a number of different emulsifiers to make sure the Zinc disperses properly in the cream. If the Zinc clumps, then the SPF would not be as high and consistent. Although the ingredients have complicated names, they are all “natural”. That is that they are all plant derived.
  • Cera Alba (Beeswax): Helps keep the cream thick and stable enough to ensure Zinc stays dispersed.
  • Polyglyceryl-2 Dipolyhydroxyystearate (Emulsifier): We needed a number of different emulsifiers to make sure the Zinc disperses properly in the cream. If the Zinc clumps, then the SPF would not be as high and consistent. Although the ingredients have complicated names, they are all “natural”. That is that they are all plant derived.
  • Galactoarabinan (Emulsifier): Moisturising polysaccharide from Larch trees. Also supports SPF through ensuring zinc is dispersed evenly.
  • Polyglyceryl-3 Polyricinoleate (Emulsifier): We needed a number of different emulsifiers to make sure the Zinc disperses properly in the cream. If the Zinc clumps, then the SPF would not be as high and consistent. Although the ingredients have complicated names, they are all “natural”. That is that they are all plant derived.
  • Polyhydroxystearic Acid (Emulsifier): We needed a number of different emulsifiers to make sure the Zinc disperses properly in the cream. If the Zinc clumps, then the SPF would not be as high and consistent. Although the ingredients have complicated names, they are all “natural”. That is that they are all plant derived.
  • 1,2-Hexanediol (Moisturiser): Zinc is very complicated to formulate as Zinc naturally
  • Caprylyl Glycol (Skin Conditioner): This ingredient also helps dissolve the Zinc allowing it to form a good film to protect the skin.
  • Tropolone (Skin Soother): This is an organic plant derived compound used as a skin soother.
  • Cetyl Phosphate (Emulsifier): We needed a number of different emulsifiers to make sure the Zinc disperses properly in the cream. If the Zinc clumps, then the SPF would not be as high and consistent. Although the ingredients have complicated names, they are all “natural”. That is that they are all plant derived.
  • Sodium Chloride (Salt): Helps keep the cream stable.
  • Oleic Acid (Emulsifier): We needed a number of different emulsifiers to make sure the Zinc disperses properly in the cream. If the Zinc clumps, then the SPF would not be as high and consistent. Although the ingredients have complicated names, they are all “natural”. That is that they are all plant derived.

ingredients

Aqua (H₂O’s Fancy Name), Zinc Oxide (For Sun Protection), Coco Caprylate (Coconut-Based Conditioner), Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Sorbitan Olivate (Olive-Based Emulsifier), Glycerin (Sugar Alcohol), Lecithin (Soy), Cera Alba (Beeswax), Polyglyceryl-2 Dipolyhydroxyystearate (Emulsifier), Galactoarabinan (Emulsifier), Polyglyceryl-3 Polyricinoleate (Emulsifier), Polyhydroxystearic Acid (Emulsifier), 1,2-Hexanediol (Moisturiser), Caprylyl Glycol (Skin Conditioner), Tropolone (Skin Soother), Cetyl Phosphate (Emulsifier), Sodium Chloride (Salt), Oleic Acid (Emulsifier)

suggested dose

Like many things in life, a little extra time can result in a lot of extra benefit. Smear on some Zinc based Sunscreen, allow 30 seconds for it to warm to body temperature and then rub it in clear.


Precautions
  • Always read the label
  • Use only as directed.
  • If symptoms persist contact your healthcare proffesional.
  • We recommend patch testing this product.
  • Sunscreen should be reapplied every 2 hours or more often when sweating and should be reapplied after towelling or swimming.
  • Avoid contact with eyes, wear cool sunnies instead. 
  • Also wear protective clothing and avoid prolonged sun exposure. 
  • To keep your skin well fed and watered we suggest MooGoo MSM Cream after sun exposure.

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