Oil based sunscreen with Carrot Seed Oil, Grape Seed Oil, Raspberry Seed Oil, Vanilla and Zinc Oxide.
- Zinc oxide is considered one of the best sunscreen ingredients we have access to. Not only does it block both UVA and UVB rays – which are responsible for causing burns, skin damage, and skin cancer — but it's completely photostable and resistant to water.
- The UVA and UVB protection from raspberry seed oil is reportedly similar to titanium dioxide, with an SPF against UVB rays of 28-50, and an SPF against UVA rays of around 8. Raspberry seed oil contains powerful anti-oxidants and vitamin E to help fight free radicals, renew skin cells and improve tone/elasticity. All of these factors combined and the high rated SPF, definitely make it one of the best spf oils.
- Carrot seed oil is a vegetable oil that has the maximum amount of SPF. It is also rich in antioxidants and has antiseptic properties. Carrot seed oil is an essential oil with significant antioxidant, antiseptic and fragrant properties with high levels of vitamin A. Vitamin A is a organic found compound that protects our skin from UV rays, prevents wrinkles, and encourages cell production. According to a study published in “Pharmacognosy Magazine” in 2009, products containing carrot seed oil have a natural SPF of 38 and 40.
- Grape seed oil has been given an SPF rating of 4 as a sunscreen ingredient. Grape seed oil contains linoleic acid which can be beneficial to a range of skin problems.
- Vanilla essential oil helps promote skin health, keeping skin clear of acne and fending off free radical damage. It can also help prevent wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots.
Shake for 3 seconds and then spray a generous layer on your skin and rub in, reapply every two hours. Safe to spray/apply on both face and body.