Amazinc! Mineral Shield Sunblock Stick SPF50+ 30g
Plastic-free, coral kind, natural sunblock stick in cardboard
Worried where all the plastic from Sunblock packaging ends up? Well you don’t need to be with this one. It comes in a biodegradable cardboard tube!
Amazinc! Sun Stick is simply extra thick protection for extra long sessions under heavy sun light. The SUN STICK formula is made thicker to stay on even when you accidentally touch your face or wipe your nose. It contains Amazinc!'s MINERAL SHIELD compound (a mix of zinc oxide, magnesium oxide and kaolin), which provides functional, nature-friendly and sustainable sun protection. As a result, the texture of Mineral Shield sunblock is smoother as well as easier to apply and take off.
Amazinc! Sun Stick is perfect mixture of functional and sustainable sun protection, with close to zero waste packaging.
2 colours to choose from - white or beige.
Ingredients: Almond oil, beeswax, mineral shield (a mix of zinc oxide, magnesium oxide and kaolin), olive oil, mineral pigments (beige colour)
Application: Apply generously at least 15 minutes before exposure to the sun, and then reapply regularly at least every 2-3 hours or after exposure to water or after sweating.
Mineral sunblock can be used anywhere on your face and lips. As smooth as it is, mineral shield does not get washed away, it simply stays on until you wipe it off with a towel or soft cloth (bamboo reusable bamboo cloths are perfect 😀).
What Is The UVA Rating?
The UVA rating (also known as the star rating) is a measure of how much UVA is blocked. The scale goes from 0 to 5, with a 3-star sunscreen blocking about 60% of the amount of UVA as UVB rays. This product is a 5-star.
Amazinc! has a vision of a simple, natural and functional skincare, that is gentle not only to our skin but to the ecosystem we rely on - nothing more and nothing less. They design products that can be produced and consumed for years and years without causing unnecessary harm to the environment and they want to inspire people to protect our planet.