Oasis Sun SPF 30 is designed for the strong sunlight and severe UV conditions in New Zealand. It does a tough job. But this trusted, family favourite protects your skin in the gentlest possible way.
It’s packed with natural ingredients like jojoba oil, shea butter and vitamin E to help protect and moisturise. Oasis Sun SPF 30 is so gentle that it can be used on sensitive skin, applied to the face and body and used on babies and toddlers.
Suitable for face and body
Can be used on toddlers and children
Has a non-greasy feel
Provides invisible protection
Does not stain your clothes
Can be worn under makeup
Is suitable for vegans as it has no animal ingredients
Can be used during pregnancy
This sunscreen is not water resistant.
Tested in 2019 in Australia at SPF 35 against Australia New Zealand Standard 2604:2012 (full 10-subject test)
Broad Spectrum UVA and UVB protection
The Eczema Association are so impressed with Oasis Sun SPF 30 that they have given it their seal of approval for use on sensitive skin.
Forget what you know about applying sunscreen. With Oasis Sun SPF 30 you should not rub it in until it disappears.
Instead, apply a generous layer to all exposed areas of skin at least 10-15 minutes before going outside and allow it time to adhere to the skin where it will become almost invisible. Reapply every 2 hours.
Oasis Sun is not water resistant and it goes without saying that you should not get it into your eyes because it will sting.
pure NZ water (aqua), zinc oxide, nano (sunscreen agent), ethylhexyl methoxycinnamic (sunscreen agent), castor oil (ricinus communis), ceto stearyl alcohol (and) PEG100 stearate (emulsifier), glyceryl mono stearate (emulsifier), ceteareth 20 (solubilizer), organic jojoba oil (simondsia chinensis), soy lecithin (soybean emollient), dehydroacetic acid (and) benzyl alcohol (BioGro approved preservative), ceto stearyl alcohol (vegetable emulsifier), organic shea butter (butryospermum parkii), rosemary oleoresin (rosemarinus officinalis), vitamin E (DL alpha tocopherol acetate), disodium EDTA, citric acid