Sun-Up Stick: Red Raspberry Seed Oil, Pure Filtered Beeswax*, Avocado Oil*, Non-nano Zinc Oxide, Extra Virgin Olive Oil*, Virgin Coconut Oil*, Vitamin E Oil*, Carrot Seed*, Lavender*, Myrrh*, Sandalwood*
Sun-Up Lip Protector: Red Raspberry Seed Oil, Pure Filtered Beeswax*, Avocado Oil*, Non-nano Zinc Oxide, Extra Virgin Olive Oil*, Virgin Coconut Oil*, Vitamin E Oil*, Carrot Seed Oil*, Lime Oil*, Sweet Orange Oil*
Red Raspberry Seed Oil has a natural SPF of 28-50 and is used to protect against damaging sun rays.
Red Raspberry Seed Oil is rich in essential fatty acids, primarily linoleic and linolenic acids that are used to promote skin regeneration and anti-aging skin benefits. It contains very high levels of tocopherols (Vitamin E), which act as antioxidants, and carotenoids (Vitamin A) which are used to help keep the skin moisturized.
Pure Filtered Beeswax provides excellent, breathable protection against the natural elements.
Avocado Oil has a natural SPF of 4-15. Avocado Oil is rich in vitamins A, B, D, and E, fatty acids, and lecithin. It has a quick-acting capacity to be absorbed by the skin.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil is very high is rich in antioxidants and contains fatty acids, vitamins E and K, and squalene which are used to help plump, soften, and hydrate the skin. It has a natural SPF of 2-8.
Virgin Coconut Oil contains nourishing fatty acids that are used to hydrate and protect the skin. These include vitamin E and linoleic acid (vitamin F), which is used to helps skin retain moisture, and lauric acid, which is used to protect the skin. It has a natural SPF of 4-10.
Vitamin E Oil is easily absorbed by the epidermis layer of the skin.
Carrot Seed has a natural SPF of 38-40.
Lavender high in antioxidants that are used to protect the surface of the skin, has a natural SPF of 6.
Myrrh is a powerful antioxidant that is used to protect the surface of the skin
Sandalwood has a natural SPF of 30.
Non-Nano Zinc Oxide is a non-toxic, and typically non-irritating, and is used as an effective broad-spectrum sunblock. The particles sit on the outermost layer of your skin, scattering, and absorbing sun rays, protecting the surface below.