Protect your skin from the sun this summer with non-toxic sunscreen ingredients + 20% OFF Our Renew + Repair Oil keeping your skin hydrated after a day in the sun.

With summer here, it's important to keep in mind the best ways to protect your skin from sun damage. Not all sunscreens are created equal, and some can actually be harmful to your health and the environment. Fortunately, we've put together a list of some of our favorites with non-toxic ingredients, so you can make the safest choice. And if you've spent the day in the sun, our Renew + Repair Oil is the perfect solution to keep your skin hydrated and restored, and with our current 20% DISCOUNT OFFER ON BOTH SIZES, there's no reason not to soothe and nourish your skin.


When it comes to choosing the safest non-toxic sunscreen, it can be overwhelming to decipher all the ingredients and determine what is truly safe for your skin and the environment. That's why utilizing resources like MADE SAFE®  and EWG's Skin Deep® database can save you lots of time and hassle. After doing our own research, we've selected our top three sunscreens for different needs.


For families, we recommend All Good Sports Sunscreen, which is gentle and effective for all ages. For young babies and toddlers, Raw Elements Baby + Kids is a great option with its non-irritating formula. And for those who want a tinted option for their face, Earth Mama Lady Face provides both sun protection and a subtle tint. By using these non-toxic options, you can have peace of mind knowing that you are protecting your skin without harmful chemicals.


If you suffer from dry, stressed, or sunburned skin during this summer -- don't worry, we have a solution for you. Clary's Renew + Repair Oil can bring you instant relief by calming redness and inflammation and encouraging rapid, new collagen production. It's the perfect remedy for soothing your skin after a day in the sun.



Our Renew + Repair Oil is available in two sizes, so you can easily pack it for traveling.  




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