Safe – Formulated from excellent, non-toxic ingredients. Contains zinc oxide and coconut. SPF 50. Reef safe. Suitable for babies 6 months+.
Responsible – Frankly Eco uses only natural, plant-based and cruelty-free ingredients that are ethically-sourced and sustainable. All products are vegan, meaning they do not involve the use of animal products, by-products or derivatives, nor do they test on animals. Due to this, they contribute to reducing greenhouse gases, water conservation, purified air, cleaner soil and reduced energy consumption.
Frankly Eco have designed their range with products that are multi-purpose and encourage customers to recycle and reuse containers to reduce their environmental impact. Their parcel packaging is all made from biodegradable recycled cardboard and paper and is reusable and recyclable.
With its lovely subtle coconut and vanilla scent, this sunscreen does not fit the “usual” sunscreen smell. It dried fast, non-greasy and no skin reactions on my littles, plus reef safe and vegan. I love that this brand uses all plant-based natural ingredients. Pus SPF50 is great, love it!
The sunscreen has a slight and pleasant fragrance and blends easily into the skin. I find zinc oxide dries my skin and this is the least drying plus does not feel heavy on the skin.
It works well for kids with sensitive skin and has a lovely scent.
This lovely sunscreen appeals to sweet tooths with a delicious naturally derived vanilla scent – and appeals so strongly to my 2-year-old son, he asks for it repeatedly (even when not going outside!) I like the slightly greasy application for children as it makes me feel like I’ve adequately protected them and it won’t wash straight off. A huge winner in this busy mum’s books given I now no longer have to chase my son around the house to put sunscreen on!
I love the sweet vanilla scent of this sunscreen as well as the fact that it is 100% reef-safe. It comes in an easy-to-dispense tube and is quite easily dispersed and absorbed by my kids’ skin. No white streaks or “ghosting”.