Organic Children's Sun Lotion from Green People

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Organic Children's Sun Lotion from Green People
Two of the greatest concerns parents have for their children in the sun are the risks of burning and allergic reaction to sun lotion. Help is now at hand with Green People's innovative Children's Sun Lotion SPF22. Especially formulated for young, tender skin this organic lotion contains effective and naturally derived UVA and UVB fi lters. At the same time, it deeply moisturises delicate young skin.

Green People's Children's Sun Lotion SPF22 is safe enough to be used on babies as young as six months of age. The natural UVA filter helps to minimise long term oxidative damage.
Equally important, the natural UVB protection prevents burning and discomfort sometimes caused by sunbathing. Natural filters include Edelweiss as well as other antioxidants to support the skin's immune system. Antioxidants help provide natural protection against cell damage.

Many children with skin allergies can react badly to sun lotions, even those claiming to be hypoallergenic. Children's Sun Lotion SPF22 is able to minimise skin reactions because it does not contain synthetic scent, mineral oils or petrochemicals. These are replaced with natural scent and earth minerals, Elderflower and Aloe Vera. 84% of the ingredients are organic, with oils of Avocado, Olive and Carrot Seed to moisturise irritated skin. Priced at £12.99 for 150ml.
Green People has a complete range of sun and bath time products for children with sensitive skin.

Posted : 13/04/2006 17:20:56

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