Oh My Bod! SPF50 Body Sunscreen
This lightweight, non-sticky formula will keep your skin safe from sunburn, pollution, dry skin, discolored tattoos, darker scars, and those oh so awkward tan lines. With SPF 50 your skin will stay safe and youthful.
How to Use
- Apply a generous amount from your neck to your toes 15-20 minutes before going in the sun. Or use as an everyday body lotion to guard against harmful rays. Re-apply every 2 hours or immediately after sweating, swimming or toweling.
- Once you finish the bottle unscrew the cap, make a cut in the tube, remove the leftover product and rinse out. Put it back together and toss it in the recycling bin. Easy peasy. The carton is made of FSC-certified recycled paper and printed with planet-loving soy-based ink which can be recycled as well.
Homosalate 10%, Octocrylene 8%, Octyl Salicylate 5%, Avobenzone 3%.
Heroes: Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate Crosspolymer (Hyaluronic Acid), COSMOS Certified Natural Fragrance
About Everyday Humans
It is no secret that aging happens, but Everyday Humans is here to help prevent the inevitable. The sun can take years off our skin's life, so why not focus on preventing the damage before it even happens with products you will love? Trade in your non-recyclable, chemical-filled, white-cast leaving SPF's for products that you will look forward to applying every day. With clean ingredients, Everyday Humans will keep your skin protected and youthful so you can leave the stress of aging behind.
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Clean Ingredients: To put it simply, some ingredients are not meant for your skin. Everyday Humans products are all crafted without the gunk you may find in your normal skincare, no parabens, sulfates, phthalates, mineral oils, artificial colors, synthetic fragrances, and common sunscreen chemicals such as oxybenzone, octinoxate, and PABA.
Giving Back: Everyday Humans is partnered with 1% For The Planet, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping brands give back to the environment in a meaningful way.