Kids Uber-Sensitive Mineral Sunscreen Lotion - SPF 40

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Safe for the rashy-est of skin, Earth Mama’s cruelty-free, creamy Uber-Sensitive Mineral Sunscreen Lotion (Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 40) contains plenty of calming organic colloidal oatmeal and organic shea butter (much more than the amount of colloidal oatmeal than is required by the FDA to be in an eczema cream). Thoughtfully formulated so that it’s non-irritating and gentle for sensitive skin (Awarded the Seal of Acceptance™ by The National Eczema Association. ). This is a reef-friendly, non-toxic sunscreen with non-nano zinc — that sits on top of the skin rather than being absorbed, so it can scatter sun rays.
Made in United States of America

Size: 3 fl. oz.



About Earth Mama Organics


EARTH MAMA Grounded in Nature, Powered by Love. Earth Mama Organics manufactures effective herbal care to safely support the most fragile population on the planet: pregnant and breastfeeding women, and their babies. Founded in 2002 by a nurse and herbalist, Earth Mama’s products address the entire journey of motherhood: the miraculous wonders and the common indignities experienced by women during pregnancy, postpartum and breastfeeding, plus infant care and even the loss of a baby.
Earth Mama believes in the body’s ingenuity, and its innate ability to compensate for everyday toxins. But, like all systems, it can get overloaded. Each ingredient in every Earth Mama product is very thoughtfully and carefully researched and chosen to safely support the body, using nature as our pharmacy. Trusted by doctors, midwives, neonatal intensive care units, lactation consultants and mamas worldwide,
Earth Mama takes a modern approach to herbal care, combining generations of women’s wisdom about traditional plant medicine with evidence-based research. The result? Certified organic herbal teas, plus herbal body care, all formulated with as organic-as-possible ingredients to be safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women, and their families.

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