Botanical SPF 50 Tinted Face Lotion
Australian Gold Botanical SPF 50 Tinted Face Lotion
One of Australian Gold UK’s all-time best-selling products.
The perfect facial sun protection due to its non-chemical, mineral base, its matte finish and tint. This lotion can also be used both underneath make up and as a BB cream. Gentle on delicate skin. The subtle tint seamlessly blends into skin, improving complexion by minimising the appearance of uneven skin tone and fine lines. Washes away with water and oil cleansers.
The incorporation of Red Algae provides skin with antioxidants, Vitamins A & E as well as Iron, Folic Acid and three Amino Acids, providing not only great sun protection but also high-quality skincare.
Certified Broad Spectrum UVA and UVB protection, water resistant for up to 80 minutes, hypoallergenic, sulphate-free, dye-free, gluten-free and cruelty-free and reef-friendly.
Australian Gold’s Botanical SPFs’ packaging is also designed to use as few materials as possible in a recyclable container. This reduces any potential waste making this perfect for the eco-conscious.
Medium and dark shades certified vegan.
Not eligible for returns
- Kakadu Plum: A native Australian fruit which is a great antioxidant and is very high in Vitamin C. It helps to mitigate damage caused by sun damage and free radicals.
- Mineral Sunscreen: Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide are non-chemical powder sunscreens that create a natural protective layer on the skin and eliminate any oily after-feel
- Eco Conscious Formulation: Paraben Free, PABA Free, Sulfate Free, Alcohol Free, Dye Free, BPA Free, Reef Friendly, hypoallergenic and not tested on animals.
- Broad Spectrum SPF50
- Size: 88ml
- Fragrance Free
Original: Our current bestseller - this lotion has an adjustable tint which is most similar to the medium lotion, ideal for skin types 2-3.
Medium: Close to our original lotion shade, this SPF's tint is closest to a skin type 3-4.
Dark: A darker tinted SPF, this lotion has been designed for skin types 4+.
Check out your skin type by clicking HERE. The linked blog not only describes different skin types, but also how they react in the sun.