We guide you through the process of how to choose a sunscreen. We all know how important it is to protect our loved ones against Australian’s maxi-harmful UV rays. But we probably all feel quite overwhelmed by the choices of sunscreens, and what to focus on for that important purchase decision. Here are our top hints on how to choose a sunscreen.
In this article we answer the question – can a sunscreen be natural? There are numerous products on the market that wear the “natural” badge and make a range of claims. For those of us who desire natural products, a natural sunscreen sounds like a great proposition.
There’s been lots of coverage in the news about sunscreen’s effect on marine life, and in particular the delicate ecosystems found in coral reefs like the Great Barrier Reef. For example, the State of Hawaii is banning sunscreens containing two ingredients – oxybenzone and octinoxate (commonly known as octyl methoxycinnamate in Australia).