Thursday, February 28, 2008

GABRIELLE 1: UV Natural sunscreen

Ranked #1 Sunscreen by the Environmental Working Group In July 2007!

. Broad spectrum UV A/B/C protection
. Good for up to 4 hours on land or in the water
. No chemically synthesized ingredients; all organic or natural
. No chemical UV absorbers, no titanium, no PABA, no parabens!
. Highest zinc oxide and antioxidants of any sunscreen on the market
. Biodegradable formula. Never tested on animals. Tubes are 100% recyclable
. Non-Comodogenic (won't clog pores). Also rubs in clear, not ghostly white!
. Designed for the outdoor enthusiast - surpassing Australian TGA and American FDA's most stringent requirements for water resistance and sun exposure
. Won't sting or burn your eyes, perfect when you're duck-diving waves. Won't run down your face or sweat off either!
. Safe enough for babies under 6 months!

Ingredients in Classic Sport & Ultra: 23.1% Zinc Oxide, Macadamia Oil, Green Tea, Grape Seed, Vitamin E, Safflower Oil, Sesame Seed Oil, Beeswax, Candellia Wax, Coconut Extract, Carnauba & Candellia Wax.

Ingredients in New Sport: 24.8% Zinc Oxide, Silica, Zinc Stearate, Macadamia Oil, Green Tea, Grape Seed, Vitamin E, Coconut Extract, Lavender, Aussie Sandalwood, Patchouli.

One of the earliest products was UV Baby - it was the first truly natural, high SPF sunscreen in the world that was safe to put on a baby's skin under the age of 6 months. In fact it is still the only one today that can make that claim.

Before UV Natural came along, there was a "glass ceiling" on the SPF level that could be reached by a truly natural sunscreen. There were a number of brands out there with SPF 15-20 but no-one could break that barrier and get to the important levels of SPF 30 or higher.
UV Natural not only broke that barrier but smashed the glass ceiling completely. Anything above an SPF 32-35 (approx) does not offer any more protection, the level of protection plateaus at this level. It is all about being truthful to your market - the brands offering SPF levels in the 40's, 50' s, and higher are only fooling you. They get to charge more for a product that cannot deliver what they're promising.

1 comment:

stacy said...

Great product especially seeing that Australia has the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world and, on a national scale, more melanomas are reported in Queensland than anywhere else.