Has your sunscreen been tested to SPF50?
Our sunscreen has been tested by Dermatest (Eurofins) in Australia using a standardised test defined by AS/NZS2604:2012, to determine its SPF and water resistance rating.

What is the active ingredient in your sunscreen?
Our sunscreen uses zinc oxide as a physical UV filter.

You say that your products are natural, but what about the 'chemically' sounding ingredients?
All of our products are made using natural ingredients that fall into three categories:
1. Natural ingredients - are unmodified and may be obtained only by physical processes or fermentation.
2. Derived natural ingredients - are the result of permitted chemical reaction processes on only natural ingredients.
3. Nature-identical ingredients - can be either pigments, minerals or preservatives. They are reproduced in the laboratory but exist in nature. These ingredients are allowed when strictly necessary in order to ensure consumer safety (preservatives) or for purity (minerals/pigments). All of them have one essential characteristic: they can be found in nature.
Nothing artificial (man-made) is allowed.

All cosmetic ingredient list must use INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) names to describe their ingredients. INCI names are uniform scientific names and must be used instead of the common or trade names. They often sound 'chemically' when they're not. But bare in mind that everything in the world around us is actually a chemical!

Are your products organic certified?
All of our products (except the SPF50 Sunscreen) are certified by Biogro. Our products are certified under two categories:
1. 70-95% ingredients obtained from organic farming - Baby Moisturiser, Baby Wash, Baby Balm.
2. 95%+ ingredients obtained from organic farming - Organic Baby Oil, Organic Insect Repellent.