Badger SPF 35 Sport Sunscreen

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Badger Sport sunscreen is the stuff you want when you're skiing, snowboarding, surfing, swimming, running, biking and hiking. The SPF 35 formula protects you wherever your adventures take you.


For protection from sun, wind, cold, and water, Badger SPF 35 Sport Sunscreen works well from the beach to the slope and everywhere in between.. . . . Ideal for swimming, surfing, running, biking, hiking, climbing, skiing, and snowboarding. SPF 35 protection. Water resistant for 80 minutes. Broad spectrum protection from UVA and UVB rays using zinc oxide-no oxybenzone, octisalate, octinoxate, avobenzone, or added vitamin A. Ultramoisturizing and soothing to the skin-protects from sun, wind, cold, and water. Certified organic base of extra virgin olive oil, beeswax, jojoba and cocoa butter creates a protective barrier on your skin that's resistant to freezing. Stays where you put it-no wiping it out of your eyes. Biodegradable. No added scent. Knead tube before each use. 2.9 fl. oz. (87 ml)


It isn't hard to understand the sun is beautiful, but don't let it burn you. Protect yourself daily with Badger's SPF 35 Sport Sunscreen. While you are running, hiking, surfing or skiing Badger will block those harsh UV rays with their SPF 35 Sport Sunscreen. Made simply with the best all natural and organic products the Sport Sunscreen will have you smiling all day long no matter what the conditions are. PRODUCT FEATURES: One of our simplest sunscreens, just 5 ingredients! Water & sweat resistant for at least 80 minutes of swimming or activity. Broad spectrum protection from UVA & UVB rays using the safe mineral Zinc Oxide No oxybenzone, octinoxate, or other chemical active sunscreening agents 100% Certified Natural and 94% Certified Organic. Unscented with an antioxidant-rich Sunflower Oil base. BPA & phthalate-free tube from #2 recyclable plastic. No animal testing. Biodegradable and safe for coral reefs and other ecosystems.

- Appalachian Outdoors