From the makers of New Zealand’s most effective insect repellent, comes Bushman's NEW product Ultra Sunscreen Lotion." A 100% dedicated, very high protection sunscreen containing micronised* Zinc oxide.
Zinc oxide is a powdered mineral that sits on top of the skin, scattering, reflecting, and absorbing UVA & UVB rays. It is considered the safest and most effective active sunscreen ingredient.
It is the ultimate in photostable* performance.
Bushman Ultra Sunscreen Lotion contains Vitamin E and skin soothing Aloe Vera in a moisturising base and boasts a 4 Hour Water Resistance. In addition it is paraben free*, oxybenzone free*, methylisothiazolinone free* and is dermatologically tested. A non-irritant and a non-primary sensitiser.
It does not contain materials that have received negative press attention for their effect on the reef / marine life. It is a ultra-high performance product worthy of carrying the Bushman name
- Very High Protection Sunscreen
- Natural, micronised Zinc Oxide*
- Zinc oxide is a powdered mineral that sits on top of the skin, scattering, reflecting, and absorbing UVA & UVB rays
- Zinc oxide is the safest and most effective active sunscreen ingredient
- Contains Vitamin E & Aloe Vera
- Vitamin E
- Skin soothing Aloe Vera in a moisturising base
- Broad Spectrum Performance
- Ultimate in photostable* performance
- UVA & UVB protection
- 4 Hour Water Resistance
- Suitable for Sensitive Skin
- Paraben free*
- Oxybenzone free*
- Methylisothiazolinone Free*
- Dermatologically Tested
- Non Primary Sensitiser
- 125 grams
Break (a substance) into very fine particles.
‘scientists have been able to micronize zinc oxide’
Substance: stable in the presence of UVA and UVB light
Any of a group of compounds used as preservatives in pharmaceutical and cosmetic products and in the food industry.
Is an organic compound used in sunscreens.
EWG has rated oxybenzone an 8 on their toxicity rating scale, meaning it is one of the most toxic ingredients found in sunscreen & cosmetic products.
Oxybenzone, can cause side effects of Acne, Contact Dermatitis, Inflammation of hair follicles, Rash causing, Skin irritation.
Methylchloroisothiazolinone (CMIT) may be hard to pronounce, but can be even harder on the body.
This common preservative is found in many liquid personal care products (Sunscreens), and have been linked to lung toxicity, allergic reactions and possible neurotoxicity
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