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Sunumbra Sport Broad Spectrum protection
The world is waking up fast to the potential toxic effects of chemical based sunscreens to both humans and the environment - resulting in increased demand for fully natural zinc based sunscreens.
From inception to now, Sunumbra sunscreens focus on offering not only fully natural protection from the sun but also strengthening your own natural healing and repair properties for any free radical DNA damage caused by UV, InfraRed or Blue Light radiation.
Chemical sunscreens are specifically designed to penetrate the skin in order to be effective, creating the potential for contaminating the blood stream. They have not yet been legislated to prove they do not damage our health.
Hence we chose zinc oxide alone, acknowledging it for its powerful broad spectrum, balanced UVA & UVB protection.
No chemical sunscreen ingredients contaminate our formulas.
Most sunscreens lack UVA protection, or sufficient levels of UVA protection. Many high SPF products protect against sunburn caused by UVB rays, but very few block the deep penetrating UVA rays enough, which cause skin ageing, immune system suppression and skin cancer.
sunumbra sport is made exclusively from natural and organic ingredients. It is the unique combination of these ingredients that has enabled the total replacement of harmful chemicals found in most other sunscreens. These photo-protective and highly water resistant ingredients combine to provide powerful anti-radiation properties. This gives sunumbra sport its exceptional ability to protect against both UVA and UVB light at the highest level.
A study by the Environmental Working Group revealed that less than 20% of sunscreens were both 'low hazard' and 'effective'. This was largely because the other 80% contained potentially harmful chemicals...
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