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TanOrganic Daily Defence SPF 50: What Makes It Safe for Sensitive Skin?

TanOrganic Daily Defence SPF 50: What Makes It Safe for Sensitive Skin?

Key features include:
Mineral-Based Protection: Non-nano zinc oxide reflects UV rays, reducing irritation.
Natural Ingredients: Free from synthetic additives and parabens, minimizing allergic reactions.
Hydration: Hyaluronic acid retains moisture, enhancing skin texture.
Antioxidants: Natural extracts neutralize free radicals and reduce inflammation.
Non-Comedogenic & Reef Safe: Prevents clogged pores and is environmentally friendly.
by Noelle OConnoron May 24, 2024
6 Reasons to Use Natural Skincare Products

6 Reasons to Use Natural Skincare Products

There are a wide variety of skin care products on the market today, some of which are synthetic and some of which are natural. While all of these products have the potential to be beneficial, natural products are generally the better choice of the two. Wondering why this is?

by Robyn McCarthyon March 03, 2023
Sugarcane Tube Reduces CO2 Emissions

Sugarcane Tube Reduces CO2 Emissions

Tubes made from sugarcane are still viewed negatively because the plants grow on agricultural land in Brazil. But in reality, at 0.02%, only a small portion of agricultural land is used for the production of bioplastics in Brazil. Read more to find out how sugarcane tubes have reduced CO2 emissions.
by Robyn McCarthyon February 24, 2023
UV Radiation & Your Skin

UV Radiation & Your Skin

UV radiation is part of the natural energy produced by the sun. On the electromagnetic spectrum, UV light has shorter wavelengths than visible light, so your eyes can’t see UV, but your skin can feel it. Long term exposure to UV rays can be extremely harmful to your skin & health. 
by Robyn McCarthyon February 17, 2023
Gluconolactone: What is it? & why do we use it in our products?

Gluconolactone: What is it? & why do we use it in our products?

Gluconolactone is a preservative, but it is also a humectant and a solvent. It is a free-radical scavenger, which makes it helpful for protecting skin from some of the effects of UV radiation and for exfoliation. Read more to find out why we use it in our products. 
by Robyn McCarthyon February 02, 2023
The History of Sunless Tanning

The History of Sunless Tanning

Sunless tanning was popularized in the early twentieth century when having a tan signified wealth and prosperity. Tanning products first entered the market in the late 1920’s when Vogue declared the ‘Sunburn Movement’ which opened up a whole new beauty category dedicated to achieving golden skin. With our knowledge today of the harmful effects of UV rays, it’s no wonder sunless tanning has gained popularity over the years.
by Robyn McCarthyon January 23, 2023
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