Pink slime doesn't belong in food nor do poor quality ingredients belong in personal care products. The key to a high quality meal is high quality ingredients, right? Well, as a cosmetic chemist, I’ve always believed that choosing the highest quality, safe and...read more
The truth about UV blockers, SPF ratings and the difference between UVA and UVB rays The UV blockers in most sunscreens contain harmful chemical-based ingredients such as: ▪ Oxybenzone ▪ Avobenzone ▪ Octinoxate ▪ Cinnimates ▪ Homosalate ▪ Octocrylene ▪ Camphor...read more
Does your product contain ‘chemicals’? Chemical-free sunscreen - Everyone is asking about it right now. I’ve been formulating natural skin care products for nearly 20 years. Every ingredient I use is consciously chosen: sustainably sourced botanicals, nourishing...read more
"I've made my 'Going Green New Year's Resolution,'" becomes an epic fail. Why does it happen? It’s inevitable. It happens every January 1st. Most everyone makes New Year’s resolutions committing themselves to lose weight, make more money and eat healthier. They want...read more
By Autumn Blum for the Coral Restoration Foundation Hundreds of thousands of divers, snorkelers, fishers and water-lovers visit coastal reefs each year, all with the potential to directly impact our reefs with their personal care and sunscreen choices. A study...read more
When most people think of organic sunscreen, they think natural, wholesome and safe. But, you might remember from high school chemistry that "organic" can also mean carbon-based chemicals. So what’s the big deal? When talking about organic sunscreen ingredients, it's...read more
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We love CRF for the amazing work they do in restoring our reefs worldwide. They also educate their volunteers on the effects sunscreen and other skin care products have on the reefs.