Screen Your Sunscreen: 3 Organic Sunblocks That Won’t Harm the Corals

By  - 7 years ago

Does your sunscreen harm corals? If you use commercial sunblock, then it most likely does.

Oxybenzone, a chemical that bleaches sea corals and prevents new ones from populating an area, is found in most commercial sunscreens. This is a major conservation crisis we’re talking about, so it’s about time we do something about this. Ladies, it’s time to screen our sunscreen.

We’ve made a list of three locally available organic sunblocks that are good for the skin and the environment. We’ve got a win-win here.

3. Sun Bum

Sun Bum‘s organic sunblock protects your skin from harmful UVA/UVB rays, while enriching it with Vitamin E, an antioxidant that helps to neutralize free radicals, which are the main cause of premature skin aging.

Saturday essentials ✨ #trustthebum

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Available in Nothing But H20

2. Wawai’s Organics

Wawai’s Organics promises to protect the ocean, one wave at a time. Their organic sunblock only costs PHP280 for 40g. Visit them on Instagram at @wawaisorganics. They do nationwide shipping and pickups at Z Hostel, Makati.

Back at the beach! Finally got to try out @wawaisorganics sunblock. Keep it organic!?? #MermaidWanders

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1. Human Nature

Human Nature is a pro-Philippines, pro-environment, and pro-poor brand that offers Safe Protect, a reef-friendly sunscreen that has 100% natural formulation. A 50g bottle costs PHP299.75 while a 200g one costs PHP 649.75.

Available online and in all Beauty Bar stores

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