With summer coming, conscious consumers are looking for products that will both protect them from harmful rays from the sun, and be cruelty-free. Jill Stack Naturals vegan sunscreen fulfills both of those needs and contains gold! Why gold?
According to their website, gold is being used more and more for medicinal purposes. They go on to say that it is used to patch damaged blood vessels during surgery, as well as repairing damaged nerves, bones and membranes. They also mention the use of various forms of gold in the treatment of certain forms of cancer.
What Jill Stack Naturals vegan sunscreen refuses to put in their sunscreen are unnatural, unhealthy ingredients such as PABA and petroleum. PABA is known to actually increase the risk of skin cancer, while petroleum clogs the skin and creates a barrier through which the skin cannot cleanse itself.
What Jill Stack Naturals vegan sunscreen does contain are all natural ingredients to make the product healthy and good for your skin. First and foremost, the company wants to ensure that the sunscreen not only protects against harmful rays, but also repels insects. Enter essential oil of lavender, a natural bug repellant. Other natural ingredients include:
- Octinoxate 7% and Oxybenzone 3% – which protect against UV/UVB rays
- Purified Water
- Gold Water
- Glyceryl Stearate
- Aloe Vera Gel
- Organic Soybean Oil
- Extract of Chamomile
- Sweet Almond Oil
- Grape Seed Oil
- Sunflower Oil
- Vitamin E
- Olive Oil Infused with Calendula
- Comfrey and St. Johns Wort
Jill Stack Naturals vegan sunscreen offers their product in five simple purchase options: a pack of 6 bottles for $40, a family size bottle of 8 oz for $24, a personal size bottle of 4 oz for $9, a travel size bottle of 2 oz for $4.50 and a trial size bottle of 1 oz for $4.50. To learn more about Jill Stack Naturals vegan sunscreen, and buy your own bottle, visit their website.