Sun Worshiper: Protection Stick

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Sun Worshiper: Protection Stick

18.00

A pink stick of solar protection!!

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For all of us Sun Worshipers, this lovely protection stick is full of healing and nourishing herbs with a blend of oils that have natural SPF protection and non-nano zinc oxide.  Non-nano zinc oxide does NOT absorb into the skin, rather it sits on top of the skin's surface deflecting the suns rays.  

The sunscreen rubs easily onto the skin with this neato applicator and is super easy to smooth around.  The pink color is from one of my favorite skin nourishing herbs that is in a lot of my formulations, zi cao.  The color fades as the sunscreen is rubbed in!  This sunscreen is very lightly scented with essential oils; they have been blended at a therapeutic ratio to assist in overall skin health.

Beeswax and shea butter help keep the sunscreen a solid and also adds a bit of water resistance to it, so you can swim and swim or sweat and not worry too much.  If you're out at the beach or somewhere super sunny for a long time, you'll want to reapply every couple hours or so, for sure!

You will receive a 2 oz plastic, BPA free twisty top container of this lovely pink protection balm!

Ingredients:  organic + unrefined sesame oil, organic beeswax, non-nano zinc oxide, rehmannia root, gypsum fibrosum, sanguisorbae root, arnebia root, gardenia fructus, carrot seed oil, shea butter and essential oils of lavender, peppermint, tea tree and myrrh.

// My estimate for the SPF range of this sunscreen is between 15-25 HOWEVER our sunscreen is NOT laboratory tested so this is NOT guaranteed, but rather an ESTIMATE.  Always use caution and common sense spending time in the sun.  You know your skin and how you respond to sun exposure, so be wise!


**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure, or prevent any diseases.  The information provided is for educational purposes only.  For health care advice, please consult your Primary Care Physician or other health care professional.