Aethic Sôvée SPF40 is the world's first reef and marine-friendly eco-compatible sunscreen with triple filter protection that defends your skin against UVA/UVB radiation while boosting and nourishing your complexion.
Aethic Sôvée contains three photo-stable filters to protect your skin against both UVA and UVB radiation while remaining eco-friendly. Free from Octinoxate and Avobenzone, which are commonly found in chemical sunscreens, each ingredient has been tested to ensure it has minimal impact on coral and marine life while being gentle on your skin. The addition of Olive Oil, Beeswax and Coconut Extracts bring intense nourishment in this quickly-absorbed, non-greasy and water-resistant formula.
Aethic Sôvée is the first sunscreen in the world to be awarded the prestigious Marine Positive Certificate. It is the first certified marine safe sunscreen.
Where many other products do not provide adequate protection. Having tested individual ingredients and the final formula on coral, mussels and sea urchins we used scientific evidence to be granted world’s only ecocompatible sunscreen patent.
It contains food-grade preservatives and is free from Parabens, Petroleum Derivatives, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide and Lanolin.
Aethic Sôvée spreads easily, doesn’t sting, absorbs fast and protects well.
Aethic Sôvée Key Benefits:
- Protects against UVA and UVB
- Suitable for all skin types
- Non greasy
- Easily absorbed
- Water resistant
- Marine friendly
How to use: Apply a generous amount of Aethic Sôvée sunscreen generously to the face and body evenly before sun exposure. Re-apply as needed or after swimming, towel drying, perspiring heavily, or washing.
For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice if needed. Keep out of reach of young children. Spending time in the sun increases your risk of skin cancer and early skin aging.
Aqua, Cera Alba, Caprylic/Capric, Triglyceride, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil, Methylene, Bis-Benzotriazolyl Tetramethylbutylphenol, Diethylamino Hydroxybenzoyl Hexyl Benzoateethylhexyl, Triazone Nano, Potassium Sorbate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tocopheryl, Acetate, Tocopherol, Sorbic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Lavandula Hybrida Abrialis Oil, Parfum, Limonene, Linalool, Edta.
How often should Aethic Sôvée be re-applied?
Reapply every 2-3 hours or after swimming, towel drying, perspiring heavily or washing.
Can Aethic Sôvée be used by children?
Yes, it can be used from ages 3 years and up.
Does Aethic Sôvée contain Parabens?
Yes it is free from Parabens, Petroleum Derivatives, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide and Lanolin.
Is Aethic Sôvée water resistant?
Yes, this is water resistant.
Is Aethic Sôvée suitable for all skin types?
Yes this is suitable for all skin types.
Is Aethic Sôvée marine friendly?
Yes, Aethic Sôvée is the first sunscreen in the world to be awarded the prestigious Marine Positive Certificate
Is Aethic Sovee suitable for vegetarians and vegans?
Is Aethic Reef Safe?
Aethic have gone one further than anyone else in substantiating our coral-safe claim. They have invested in a unique patented eco-compatible formula of their own, where all the ingredients are proven completely safe for corals, clams and sea urchins – which are among the most delicate and essential sea organisms. Part of our sales revenues are ploughed back into The Going Blue Foundation which in turn is active in restoring ocean health with actions like www.corabon.com
Is Aethic Sovee packaging recyclable?
Yes, it is fully recyclable.
Is the packing plastic?
It’s a minefield, packaging! With world’s only proven and patented ecocompatible sunscreen they want to be consistent and use the most appropriate and ecological packaging. The challenge is this: sunscreens are all emulsions, meaning a mixture between oily substances and watery ones. As such the receptacle must be impervious or the product will dry out!!! They first used a material called PLA (poly lactic acid) which is often used for cutlery and other disposable and not only was it pervious but it was also very brittle. The bottles that didn’t dry out, broke – not all of them but enough that we had to write off an entire batch. They thought it was worth the risk but it proved not to be. The only other options are glass or metal. Glass is very heavy with an increase the aqua-trail of the product in transport (not to say the cost) and is also a very energy-intensive material to make. It obviously also prone to breaking… Imagine next to the pool! Metal is a moral nightmare… many mines are in developing countries and employ virtually enslaved children to work there and the run off from mining is a major threat to marine life. (Just read up about that threat to the barrier reef). So it has to plastic but after their PLA fiasco they found a material called Green PE which is made from sustainable sugar cane, it has a lower carbon footprint than traditional petroleum-based plastic yet works very well. So that’s the state of the game right now and the leading edge as we know it. All the clever eco plastics you see on those wonderful videos, dissolve in water so cannot work for us… leaving aside for a minute just how compatible the dissolved material is with marine life. So Green PE it is – which can be recycled with other plastics. The paper they use is from sustainable paper mills and forests. The printing inks are water soluble. The “cellophane” (have to be careful since that is a trademark) is in fact sustainable and compostable and they were the ones to initiate it.
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