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Antioxidant Rich Matcha Butter Natural Sunscreen

R 285

Sunshine is good for us. It provides our bodies with Vitamin D, lifts our spirits, treats psoriasis, improves bone health and helps us sleep better. This does not mean baking in the sun until you look like a burnt crisp though! It's essential to cover-up. Commercial sunscreens have been a hot topic lately, guilty of containing harsh chemicals and being counterproductive in maintaining healthy skin not to mention the environmental impact ingredients like oxybenzone are having on our reefs and oceans.

Our Matcha Butter Natural Sunscreen provides;
  • 97% organic ingredients and 100% natural ingredients so hydrating that it doubles as a great organic moisturiser.
  • Packed with biologically active antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, your skin stays protected long after environmental exposure.
  • Matcha butter provides outstanding antioxidant properties to reverse free radical damage and helps protect the skin from further damage.
  • Provides 30 SPF

Please note: Because natural sunscreen is ON the skin rather than in the skin, it is very important to re-apply often particularly if you are outdoors, active, swimming, perspiring, lying on a towel or lounger etc as the sunscreen can rub off. 


Zinc Oxide 23%


Organic Grapeseed Oil, Organic Matcha Tea, Organic Hemp Seed Oil, Organic Cocoa Butter, Matcha Butter. Non-Nano Zinc Oxide

SIZE: 100g.

Apply liberally 15 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply after 60 minutes of swimming or sweating, immediately after towel drying and at least every 2 hours.

Please note:

All of our natural & organic products are lovingly made by hand. This means that occasionally you may notice slight colour variances when comparing to our product pictures.

Our PET recycled packaging may differ to what is displayed here, depending on our suppliers, but sizes will always remain constant.

Finally, we’re improving on our formulas! Our website is up to date with the latest ingredient lists, but please note that our labels are a work in progress. If you’re uncertain, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.



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