IN EWG's 2022 Sunscreen Guide
Cutting edge, reef-friendly formulas thoughtfully crafted to be safe for babies, kids and adults, including those with super-sensitive skin. Only naturally occurring ingredients, minus the dangerous chemicals.
Beam On sunshine. Earth Mama's got you covered.
What’s IN them is just as important as what’s NOT. If an ingredient is available organic, we use it. Each ingredient is purposefully sourced with great consideration — and they either boost the sunscreen’s SPF value, moisturize or make sure it’s safely gentle on uber-sensitive skin. What’s not in them? Chemicals that are potentially harmful to people, coral reefs or the planet.
For baby, kids, adults and uber-sensitive skin
• Reef Safe (NO oxybenzone, octinoxate or other toxic chemical sunscreens)
• Rated ONE on the EWG’s Skin Deep Cosmetics Database, the lowest hazard rating a product can achieve
• Broad spectrum SPF, UVA/UVB protection
• All are dermatologist tested and clinically tested for irritation
• Baby and kids sunscreens are also pediatrician tested
• With non-nano zinc to reflect and absorb UV radiation
• Certified to the NSF/ANSI 305 organic standard
• Leaping Bunny Certified
• Water resistant (40 min)
[Lady Face® Tinted Mineral Sunscreen Face Stick] SUNSCREEN THAT DOUBLES AS A TINTED MOISTURIZER. I was hoping for a product that could double as sunscreen and makeup, and this was perfect. It works much better on my skin than a "minimal" makeup stick from another brand that I tried after seeing one too many Instagram ads. The color blends well with my skin tone when using a brush, and it seems to sit on top of my skin without clogging pores, but also doesn't look overly cakey.Tab
[Baby Mineral Sunscreen Lotion] BEST SUNSCREEN. I used this sunscreen in the heat of Missouri and my little one did not even get a tan line. This is now the only sunscreen I’ll use on my baby.Samantha
from the earth mama blog
The Best Earth Mama Mineral Sunscreen for your Skin Type
Everything you want, nothing you don't.
Earth Mama's mineral sunscreens are carefully formulated with people and the planet in mind. Made with worry-free ingredients that protect from UVA/UVB rays, they’re also skin-nourishing and most importantly: safe for all people, and the reefs.
From the Earth Mama Blog
Blue Light is No Match for Tinted Sunscreen
Unless you’ve renounced all technology and moved to a cabin in the woods (and if so, we respectfully bow down – can we come over?), you may have heard about the hazards of digital screen time — specifically regarding the light emitted from those screens. Known as blue light, it’s been linked to a variety of questionable effects on our eyeballs and circadian rhythms.
From the Earth Mama Blog
Non-Nano: Here's Why. Size Matters (in Mineral Sunscreen)
If there were a sunscreen-off between the two different kinds of sunscreen — mineral and chemical — we’d put our money on mineral every time. The mineral in question? Zinc oxide. Here’s why: It’s a physical barrier, sitting on top of the skin and scattering, reflecting or absorbing harmful UVA and UVB rays. Way better than chemical sunscreens with potentially harmful
ingredients absorbing into your body, right?