This  product uses 99.28% Natural Ingredients
Titanium Dioxide
Titanium Dioxide (6.00%)
  • Sunscreen agent, and ultraviolet light absorber
  • Is a fine white powder that occurs naturally
  • It makes a very effective sunscreen in creams and lotions, and is one of the safest options available.
  • Avoid it only in aerosolized (spray on) sunscreens
  • EWG strongly discourages the use of loose powder makeup or spray sunscreens using titanium dioxide or zinc oxide of any particle size

      Zinc Oxide
      Zinc Oxide (6.00%)
      • Skin protectant, and sunscreen agent
      • Zinc oxide is a natural mineral which provides the safest and most effective protection against UV rays
      • Zinc oxide, like most powders, can be a health risk if inhaled, but this is not a concern with cream and lotion-based sunscreens
      • EWG strongly discourages the use of loose powder makeup or spray sunscreens using titanium dioxide or zinc oxide of any particle size 
        Aloe Barbadensis Aloe Vera GelAloe Barbadensis Leaf (Aloe Vera Gel) Juice
        • Aloe is a cactus-like plant that grows in hot, dry climates

        • Aloe gel is the clear, jelly-like substance found in the inner part of the aloe plant leaf

        • Aloe Vera is perhaps one of the most widely used herbal remedies for topical skin conditions. This is because the gel-like components of the plant are known to heal the skin from a variety of minor ailments.

        • Benefits: If you’re dealing with a chronic skin condition, it’s a good idea to check with your dermatologist before applying any products to it. Talk to your doctor about the following potential benefits of Aloe Vera:

          • Burns: For minor burns, apply aloe vera gel to the affected area up to three times daily. You may also need to protect the area with gauze
          • Sunburn: While Aloe Vera helps soothe sunburn, research shows that it's not an effective way to prevent sunburn, so make sure you wear sun protection every day
          • Small abrasions: If you’ve scuffed up your chin or forehead, you can apply Aloe Vera to the area for quick relief from pain and burning sensations.
          • Cuts: If you’re used to grabbing Neosporin for a minor cut, consider trying Aloe Vera instead. Its molecular structure helps heal wounds quickly and minimizes scarring by boosting collagen and fighting bacteria
          • Dry skin :Aloe Vera gel absorbs easily, making it ideal for oily skin. However, it can help treat dry skin, too. Consider swapping out your regular moisturizer for aloe after bathing to help seal moisture into your skin
          • Frostbite: Frostbite is a serious condition that requires emergency medical treatment. While Aloe Vera gel has been used historically as a frostbite remedy, ask your doctor first before trying it
          • Cold sores: Unlike canker sores, cold sores develop on the outside of your mouth. Aloe Vera may help treat the herpes virus, which is also the underlying cause of cold sores. Apply a small amount of the gel to your cold sore twice daily until it goes away
          • Eczema: The moisturizing effects of aloe can help alleviate dry, itchy skin associated with eczema. Aloe Vera gel may also help alleviate seborrheic dermatitis. While this oily form of eczema is most often found in the scalp, it can also affect parts of your face and behind the ears, too
          • Psoriasis: As with eczema, aloe Vera may help alleviate inflammation and itchiness from psoriasis. For best results, apply Aloe Vera gel twice daily to the affected area of skin
          • Inflammatory acne: Due to the anti-inflammatory effects of Aloe Vera, the gel may help treat inflammatory forms of acne, such as pustules and nodules. Apply the gel with a cotton swab directly to the pimple three times daily
        Deionized Water
        Aqua (Deionized Water)
        • Deionized water, also known as demineralized water, is water purified by a chemical filtration system that has had its minerals ions such as calcium, sodium, iron, copper, chloride and bromide removed, along with any other pollutant found in your standard tap water

        • It is used as a solvent for active ingredients, it also acts as a spreading agent

        • It dissolves many of the ingredients that impart skin benefits, such as conditioning agents and cleansing agents

        • Water also forms emulsions in which the oil and water components of the product are combined to form creams and lotions

        Camelia Sinensis Green Tea Extract
        Camelia Sinensis (Green Tea) Extract
        • Camellia Sinensis is a tea plant native to Southeast Asia

        • A number of teas like green tea and white tea are derived from this plant

        • Camellia sinensis leaf extract is the oil obtained from the leaves of tea plants

        • Antioxidants found in this plant help in reducing the risk of skin cancer

        • Protects Against Skin Aging

        • Aids in Skin Hydration

        • Anti-Inflammatory Properties, Nourishes Skin and helps to Fight Acne

        • The extract is rich in polyphenols, free radical-fighting antioxidants found to help prevent premature aging and guard against UV damage

        • The polyphenol most abundant in green tea, EGCG, is also thought by some scientists to reactivate dying skin cells

          • Ethylhexylglycerin is a clear liquid preservative derived from vegetable glycerin, often coconut or palm oil

            Ethylhexylglycerin in our products: prevent the product from spoiling, keep the product from separating, maintaining perfectly blended, and makes your skin to feel softer and smooth. It does this by breaking the surface tension in liquids, allowing them to mix together and soak in better

          • The emollient aspect of the ingredient’s vegetable glycerin source also makes our products feel creamier and softer on skin, and its antimicrobial qualities help fight germs and bacteria

          •  It also helps keep bacteria and germs off your skin and from forming inside the bottle, which in turn prevents body odor and other unfavorable scents from proliferating

          • Glycerin (also called glycerol) is a naturally occurring alcohol compound and a component of many lipids. Glycerin may be of animal or vegetable origin

          • Glycerin has a long history of safe use, and is considered non-allergenic and suitable for breakout-prone skin
          • Glycerin is hygroscopic. What that means is that glycerin can draw moisture from the air around us and help keep that moisture in skin. Another word for hygroscopic is humectant

          • Research has shown that glycerin mimics what’s known as skin’s natural moisturizing factor (NMF), which is why it’s compatible with all skin types, of all ages

          • Replenishing skin’s NMF is important because it becomes depleted as we age, are subject to environmental exposure, and use irritating ingredients like denatured alcohol

          • Glycerin’s benefits also include:

            • Helping to shield skin from environmental sources of irritation.
            • Working with emollients and oils to make dry skin feel amazingly soft and supple.
            • Fortifying and strengthening skin’s precious moisture barrier.
            • Enhancing the penetration of other ingredients into skin’s uppermost layers.
            • Improving skin’s resiliency and youthful look
          • Glycerin is also involved in the transport and activity of aquaporins in our skin’s surface. Aquaporins are proteins that channel the flow of vital hydrating substances (including water and glycerol) to skin’s uppermost layers. They play a key role in maintaining skin’s moisture balance, keeping it feeling smooth and comfortable even in drier climates
          Sunflower Oil
          Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Oil
          • It is a non-volatile, non-fragrant plant oil used as an emollient in cosmetics
          • Sunflower seed oil also has a natural calming effect on skin, so can be helpful for reducing signs of skin stress or irritation
          • It also provides benefits such as decreasing inflammation, and replenishing the skin’s barrier
          • It forms a protective film on the surface of skin. This film helps to prevent evaporation of the skin’s natural moisture and increases skin hydration by causing buildup of water in the stratum corneum (the uppermost layer of skin).
          • Lecithin is a substance that’s naturally found in the tissues of your body. It’s made up of fatty acids

          • Lecithin is usually derived from sunflower seeds, eggs, or soybeans. Soy is by far the ingredient most commonly used to create lecithin as an ingredient. Animal fats, fish, and corn are also sometimes used

          • Lecithin works as an emulsifier, meaning it suspends fats and oils and keeps them from mixing with other substances

          • It’s used also as an emollient, making skin feel smooth by restoring hydration

          Octyl Palmitate
          Octyl Palmitate
          • This clear liquid is an ester of 2-ethylhexyl alcohol and palmitic acid. Palmitic acid is a common saturated fatty acid naturally found in animals and plants – and a major component of palm oil

          • Octyl Palmitate is often used as a substitute for silicones thanks to its dry-slip feel

          • It also works as an emollient: It reduces water loss, keeping skin hydrated for longer. Hydrated skin is smoother, smoother, and plumper. The best part? It leaves no greasy residue on. It’s a dry emollient that feels just like silicones

          • Acts as a lubricant: It reduces friction when you rub it against your skin, making application smoother

          • Pigment wetting agent: A fancy way of saying it helps to improve the distribution of pigments in a formulation, so they don’t all accumulate in one spot

          • Solvent: It helps dissolve other ingredients into a solution. This also helps enhance the penetration of active ingredients, so they work better and faster

          • Although It is a comedogenic product, it happens when used in big quantities. It’s more likely to happen if you have oily/acne-prone skin and are using a cream with a high amount of Octyl Palmitate. Tiny doses are usually safe for oily skin, too

          • Phenoxyethanol is a preservative that's used in cosmetics, perfumes, and toiletries. It's colorless, oily, and has a rose-like odor. Chemically speaking, it's an ether alcohol that's naturally found in green tea

          •  Phenoxyethanol can be found naturally in green tea, but the commercial ingredient is synthetically produced in a laboratory creating what’s termed a “nature identical” chemical. Specifically, it’s created by treating phenol with ethylene oxide in an alkaline medium which all reacts to form a pH-balanced ingredient

          • Phenoxyethanol is very safe at low levels. It’s been tested on the skin and eyes and it is non-irritating and non-sensitizing at levels of 2.2% or lower while being effective at only 1% concentrations

          • Even better, phenoxyethanol doesn’t react with other ingredients, air or light. This kind of stability makes it an especially effective preservative

          • Most of the studies that have found significant negative health impacts are based on full-strength or high-dose exposures. In real life usage, exposures are quite small. That’s why it’s approved at levels up to 1%. It’s all dependent on the final formulationResearch has shown that compared to many other preservatives, the incidence of a sensitized or allergic reaction to phenoxyethanol applied as used in cosmetics is rare

          Sweet Almond Oil
          Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil
          • Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil is a pale, straw-colored or colorless oil obtained from almonds  by expressing oil from its ripe seed kernels. this is a non-volatile, non-fragrant oil used as an emollient (having the quality of softening or soothing the skin). It consists mainly of oleic and linoleic triglycerides

          • It acts as a lubricant on the skin surface, which gives the skin a soft and smooth appearance

          •  It is not known to cause sensitivity

          • When used on topical products, it helps to soften chapped skin, to soothe mucous membranes, and to kill germs

          • Almond oil has been used for centuries to treat dry skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis and Improves acne; The oil's fatty acid content may help dissolve excess oil on the skin, while the retinoids in the oil may reduce the appearance of acne and improve cell turnover

          • Helps reverse sun damage, vitamin E, one of the nutrients in almond oil, may help reduce damage to the skin caused by UV exposure

          • Reduces the appearance of scars. In ancient Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, almond oil was used to reduce scarring . The vitamin E content may contribute to helping smooth the skin

          • Reduces the appearance of stretch marks. According to a 2016 study, sweet almond oil may be an effective treatment for preventing and reducing stretch marks

          Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil
          Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil
          • From vegetal origin, Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil is a pale yellow oil  obtained by pressing the seeds of the sesame plant

          • As with all non-fragrant oils, sesame has moisturizing and emollient properties and can help prevent water loss from skin’s uppermost layers

          • Sesame oil has the following properties, which help to make it a beneficial oil for your skin:

            • Antioxidant. This means it has the ability to fight damage by free radicals, or unstable molecules that can harm the cellular structure of your skin
            • Antimicrobial. This means it can kill harmful microorganisms or stop their growth
            • Anti-inflammatory. This means it can reduce inflammation and swelling
          • Sesame oil also has a moderately low rating on the comedogenic scale. This unofficial database ranks different oils and butters by their pore-clogging properties
          • Because non-comedogenic oils don’t clog pores, sesame oil may work well on acne-prone skin
          • Sesame oil contains vitamin E, which can help protect skin cells from the damage caused by environmental factors, such as UV rays, pollution, and toxins
          • Sesame oil also contains several phenolic compounds, which give it its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds include: Tocopherol, pinoresinol, sesamin, sesamolin, sesaminol, sesamol
          • Sesame oil is a natural source of omega-6 fatty acids, and its fatty acid profile helps ensure a healthy skin barrier by complementing skin’s natural supply of ceramides and lipids
            Sodium Laurylglucosides Hydroxypropyl Sulfonate
            Sodium Laurylglucosides Hydroxypropyl Sulfonate 
            • Sodium laurylglucosides hydroxypropylsulfonate
              a natural alternative to more common sulfates

            • it’s a sugar-based natural cleanser based on the renewable resources of corn and coconut

            • it is extremely mild and gentle. It is safe for baby products and tear free

            • Due to its natural origin, it's both biodegradable and provides gentle cleansing and foaming action for beauty products

            • it’s not a sulfate; rather, it's a sulfonate. Sulfonates tend to be among the most gentle surfactants (Surfactants are compounds that lower the surface tension between two liquids, between a gas and a liquid, or between a liquid and a solid. Surfactants may act as detergents, wetting agents, emulsifiers, foaming agents, or dispersants)

            Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Butter
            Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Butter
            • Theobroma means "food of the gods" in Greek though probably "treat of the people" would be more spot on

            • The cacao fruits and especially the seeds in it need no introduction as everyone knows them as the magical raw material of the magical sweet treat, chocolate (the flavour is composed of more than 1200 substances, and the exact chemical nature of it is not really understood, so it's indeed magic

            • It is the fat that is often used in chocolate. As for skincare, cocoa butter counts as a rich emollient that can moisturize and nourish even the driest skin (think chapped hands or lips)

            • It's loaded with good-for-the-skin things: it contains fatty acids, mainly oleic (35%), stearic (34%), and palmitic (25%) and it also has antioxidant vitamin E and polyphenols

            • Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids, which is why it’s often touted for its ability to hydrate and nourish the skin and improve elasticity. The fat in cocoa butter forms a protective barrier over skin to hold in moisture

            • Cocoa butter is also rich in natural plant compounds called phytochemicals. These substances may improve blood flow to the skin and slow skin aging by protecting against damage from the sun’s harmful UV rays

            • One common use of cocoa butter is to smooth scars, wrinkles, and other marks on the skin

            • Some research does suggest that cocoa butter has the potential to prevent and treat skin diseases. It may also protect the skin from damage that can lead to premature aging. These effects still need to be confirmed by future studies

            Tocopherol (Vitamin E),
            Tocopherol (Vitamin E),
            • Tocopherol is a specific form of vitamin E that’s often found in skin care products and dietary supplements

            • It’s also known as tocopheryl acetate, tocopherol acetate, or vitamin E acetate. Tocopherol is a form of Vitamin E typically derived from vegetable oils

            • Vitamin E is known for its antioxidant properties. Antioxidants help to protect your body from damaging compounds called free radicals. Normally, free radicals form when your body converts food into energy. However, free radicals can also come from UV light, cigarette smoke, and air pollution

            • Vitamin E may also have an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin making your skin look younger

            • Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health

            • There’s also preliminary evidence that it can help prevent scarring and reduce the signs of aging, too

            • Studies are underway to learn more about the many ways tocopherol and other forms of vitamin E benefit skin and overall health

            • It also helps protect products by acting as a preservative and preventing natural oils from going rancid

              Xantham Gum
              Xantham Gum
              •  Xanthan gum is a chain of sugar building blocks made by fermenting simple sugars with a specific kind of bacteria. It is sometimes used to make medicine
              • In our sunscreen products it is used for Binding : Allows the cohesion of different cosmetic ingredients
              • Emulsifying : Promotes the formation of intimate mixtures between immiscible liquids by modifying the interfacial tension (water and oil)
              • Emulsion stabilising : Promotes the emulsification process and improves the stability and shelf life of the emulsion
              • Gel forming : Gives the consistency of a gel to a liquid preparation
              • Skin conditioning : Keeps the skin in good condition
              • Surfactant : Reduces the surface tension of cosmetics and contributes to the even distribution of the product when it is used
              • Viscosity controlling : Increases or decreases the viscosity of cosmetics
              • Xanthan Gum is non-comedogenic