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How is SunButter Safe for Reefs?

Our SunButter reef-safe sunscreen is formulated to contain non-nanoparticle zinc oxide, which provides broad-spectrum protection against UV rays and doesn’t lead to coral bleaching. SunButter doesn’t use oxybenzone, octinoxate, or any other nasty chemicals that could affect marine life. Moreover, our simple blend of natural ingredients restores and nurtures your skin and is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive, weathered skin and children.

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10% of Profits Go To Saving Our Planet

Did you know, only 3% of total philanthropy is currently given to environmental causes? We would not exist without our incredible space ship Earth, yet it feels although we've forgotten our place. That we belong to her, rather than her to us. That's why we see giving back to our planet as giving to our future, the future of our children and of all life on Earth.  WE ARE PROUDLY 1% FOR THE PLANET MEMBERS  1% is a global organisation that connects dollars and doers to accelerate smart environmental giving. Even from our very humble beginnings, hand-making all our natural sunscreen and surf zincs, we were signed up to be 1% For The Planet Members, because giving back to the planet is at the heart of what we do.  Now that we're growing...

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TIPS TO LIVING A LIFE LESS PLASTIC

HOW TO NAVIGATE A PLASTIC-WRAPPED WORLD by SunButter Ambassador Alice Forrest :: In a world where our clothes are shedding tiny fibres that can cross cell barriers, our food is full of plastic pieces and chemicals, plastic is literally raining from the sky, and even our sunscreen contains teensy tiny plastic balls, it’s very easy to become overwhelmed, disempowered and depressed. But in a world where we have reusable solutions for all the single-use items, scientists and pioneers are creating new alternatives, the internet exists (with many fellow humans striving to live plastic-free and sharing their knowledge), and Sunbutter sunscreen gives us awesome skincare, it’s also really easy to feel hope and to be part of the solution.   As a marine biologist, I’ve spent years studying the...

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