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Safe Sea Kids Sunscreen Lotion SPF50 with Jellyfish Sting Protection

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Safe Sea Kids Sunscreen Lotion SPF50 with Jellyfish Sting Protection. Sun and sea safety for your kids.

£11.99

SKU: 713026101520
For Sensitive SkinReef FriendlyBroad SpectrumHypoallergenicKids SpecificLotionSPFUVA & UVB

Safe Sea Kids Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50 with Jellyfish Sting Protection offers sun protection. When applied on skin before going in to infested waters, help to protect you from the stinging mechanisms of most jellyfish, sea lice, sea nettle and coral.

Warning: Jellyfish can be dangerous. Although this product will protect you, it should not be considered as a recommendation to go in to Jellyfish infested waters. If you are stung SafeSea cannot be used as a treatment. Always seek medical advice.

The Safe Sea® range is designed to provide you with a choice of a complete solution – providing high-quality solar protection, skin hydration, with their patented formula that prevents jellyfish stings. Founded by marine scientists and biotechnologists, Safe Sea® have carried out extensive research and clinical trials which allow their products to have these unique features – such as protection from jellyfish

show me the safe sea range

  • Octinoxate 7.5%,
  • Octisalate 5%,
  • Oxybenzone 3%,
  • Titanium Dioxide 2%,
  • Deionized Water,
  • Cyclomethicone,
  • Lauryl PEG/PPG-18/18 Methicon,
  • Cetyl dimethicone,
  • Stearyl Dimethicone,
  • Mineral Oil,
  • Ceresine,
  • Hydrogenated Castor Oil,
  • Plankton extract,
  • Propylene Glycol,
  • Diazolidinyl Urea,
  • Propylparaben,
  • Methylparaben,
  • Lanthanum Chloride,
  • Magnesium Chloride,
  • Sodium Citrate,
  • Tetrasodium EDTA,
  • Trimethoxycaprylylsilane,
  • Glycoproteins,
  • Glycosaminoglycans,
  • Fragrance and
  • Calcium Chloride.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg
Bottle Size

SPF

Does Safe Sea formula harm jellyfish?

No, safe Sea has been designed with ingredients which deactivate the stinging mechanism. and is not harmful to the jellyfish and is also non-toxic for the marine envrionment