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eco skin care

Green ‘Screen

Sunscreen is a necessity, but that doesn’t mean it should smell bad or leave white streaks all over your body. You also shouldn’t have to compromise your concern for the environment and for your own body. The founders of eco skin care, Rick Sample (left) and James Urioste, understand these concerns. They spent years researching sunscreen performance (learning much from advances in Australia, which has the highest per-capita rate of skin cancer) and studying naturopathic practices to create an environmentally conscious line of sunscreen.
eco skin care
eco skin care
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Green ‘Screen

Sunscreen is a necessity, but that doesn’t mean it should smell bad or leave white streaks all over your body. You also shouldn’t have to compromise your concern for the environment and for your own body. The founders of eco skin care, Rick Sample (left) and James Urioste, understand these concerns. They spent years researching sunscreen performance (learning much from advances in Australia, which has the highest per-capita rate of skin cancer) and studying naturopathic practices to create an environmentally conscious line of sunscreen.

Rick and James are passionate about offering an affordable, chemical-free, all-natural sunscreen with a great feel and zero fragrance. Say good-bye to your greasy sunscreen, and feel how silky and moisturizing eco is. It won’t clog your pores, and it’s great even under makeup. There are no chemical UV-absorbers, synthetic preservatives, or titanium dioxide in any of the three eco formulas. Non-nano zinc oxide is the active ingredient, and none of the ingredients will sting your eyes. Tested and approved by professional surfers throughout the world, the eco skin care line can surely handle the outdoor activities in your life.

Eco skin care’s commitment to consumers and to a healthier planet runs throughout the production process. They use minimal packaging while prioritizing biodegradability and reef-friendliness without compromising one bit in terms of SPF. This is sunscreen worth keeping in our beach bags.

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