Refresh your sun-kissed skin.
Powered by Organic Aloe Vera and Peppermint, your skin is left feeling cool and refreshed. Use daily or after a day in the sun for a clean and soothing reset for your skin.
Organic peppermint oil, vitamin E, Shea Butter and Fresh Fruit Extracts work together to replenish and rehydrate skin.
Helianthus Annuus* (Sunflower Seed Oil)
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride* (Coconut extract, make skin smooth)
Glycerin* (Natural Moisturizer)
Cetearyl Alcohol(Natural Emulsifier)
Cetearyl Olivate* (Sugar substitute, helps skin hold water/hydrate skin)
Sorbitan Olivate (Olive Oil derivative, barrier repair)
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)
Haematococcus Pluvialis Extract
Yeast Ferment Extract (Conditions the Skin)
Lactobacillus Ferment (Probiotic that protects skin from environmental factors)
Saccharomyces (Sea Silt Ferment)
Leuconostoc (Radish Root) Ferment Filtrate
Mentha Piperita*(Peppermint Oil)
Anthemis Nobilis* (Flower Oil)
Lavandula Angustifolia* (Lavender Oil)
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice* (Aloe Vera)
Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C)
Xanthan Gum (Sugar Cane Molecule)
Citric Acid (Safe & Natural Preservative)
Phenoxyethanol (Safe & Natural Preservative)
Ethylhexylglycerin (Safe & Natural Preservative)
Our Suncare Tubes are partially made from ocean bound plastic and post cosumer recycled plastic.
Our Mists are made from aluminum and utilize non-aerosal BOV (Bag-on-Valve) technology to provide a sustainble, and clean, misting experience without harmful propellents.
Sunstick packaging made with Eco Smart, Earth Friendly plastic that biodegrades in days, not decades.
Always safe, FDA approved and recyclable.
Please always check with your local recycling municipalities as recycling capacity varies geographically.
Tube - ♴ Place in pairing bin.
Cap - ♷ Place in pairing bin.
Mist Products - Remove ♷ cap and place in pairing bin. All aluminum containers are non-aerosol and can be safely recycled in pairing bin.
Every Product gives back
Each purchase from Project Reef removes 1lb of plastic from the world’s oceans – the equivalent of 22 water bottles – through partner organizations.