B$Z: It’s All Good This Winter With ALL GOOD Natural Sunscreens by Elemental Herbs
to the Skin Cancer Foundation, skiers and snowboarders have an increased risk for overexposure to the sun's
ultraviolet (UV) radiation due to high altitude and UV rays reflected by the
snow. Protect your skin this snow season with the recently rebranded “All Good” sunscreens by Elemental Herbs, featuring all
natural and organic ingredients.
All Good uses the safest sunscreen protection ingredient – non-nano zinc oxide in goes-on-clear formulas. Infused with antioxidant-rich herbs and moisturizing organic jojoba, coconut and olive oils, the sunscreens also combat harsh winter conditions, and are hypoallergenic, paraben-free and coral reef safe.
All Good Lips SPF 20, zinc oxide balms, are built to shield lips from sun damage in even the most concerning conditions. Available in coconut and unscented flavors, the long-wearing balm stays put during high-intensity activities and is remarkably smooth and creamy.
Winter sports participants will also be hot for All Good Kids Sunscreen SPF 33, All Good Lips SPF 12; All Good Lips Tinted SPF 18, All Good Goop, and more. To see the entire line, go to www.elementalherbs.com
Located in Morro Bay, CA, and
founded in 2006, Elemental Herbs® inspires people to live in balance with
nature by offering All Good sun, body, kids and beauty products made from
simple ingredients, including organic healing herbs and oils. Created with the
intention that All Good makes everything better™, the line includes All Good
Goop™ healing balm, All Good lip balms, All Good Sunscreens and more. As a B
Corporation dedicated to social and environmental responsibility, Elemental
Herbs is also a member of 1% for the Planet and the Green America Business
Network. It endorses the campaign for safe cosmetics by testing its products on
humans rather than animals. The products are available online and at 2,000+
retailers nationwide, including health food stores, outdoor sports shops and
high-end gift shops. www.elementalherbs.com