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BULK Penny Lane Sunscreen Lotion
$8.55

Mineral Sun Care.

This 100% Natural Total Sun-care Lotion combines plant based oils such as coconut and shea butter which are known to have excellent moisturizing properties and zinc oxide - an effective and safe mineral that skin won't absorb. Addition of Vitamin E, one of the best known antioxidants protects the skin and helps slow premature aging.

Directions:

Apply regularly before going outdoors and reapply as necessary especially after swimming.

Ingredients:

Coconut oil (Cocos nucifera), Water Distilled, 30% Zinc Oxide, Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii), Natragem EW (EcoCert certified emulsifying wax for use in organic and natural products), Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Geogard Ultra (EcoCert certified preservative for use in organic and natural products).

 

Email us with any questions info@thekeeprefillery.com

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About The Keep Refillery

For the last three years, founder Jacquie Rushlow has been in the process of not only changing her lifestyle to have less plastic in it, but she's also been preaching the good word to the beautiful community she calls home- Creemore, Ontario. Like many, it became more and more difficult for Jacquie + her husband Andrew, to refill their personal products and they resorted to ordering online or driving hours away to fill up......ya, ok, I know, carbon footprint right? Well, that's where the Creemore Refillery was born. 

About The Keep Refillery

For the last three years, founder Jacquie Rushlow has been in the process of not only changing her lifestyle to have less plastic in it, but she's also been preaching the good word to the beautiful community she calls home- Creemore, Ontario. Like many, it became more and more difficult for Jacquie + her husband Andrew, to refill their personal products and they resorted to ordering online or driving hours away to fill up......ya, ok, I know, carbon footprint right? Well, that's where the Creemore Refillery was born.