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5 Best Environmentally Friendly Sunscreens for Kids and Babies in Fiji

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Eco-friendly Sunscreen for Babies and Kids

Keeping our family safe is the main priority of any holiday in a foreign country. Of course, we want to protect our little ones from damaging UV rays but not at the expense of the gorgeous tropical reefs and marine life that we so eagerly want to see on holiday. Fortunately, there is a simple solution: environmentally-friendly sunscreen for kids and babies. We’ve put together this list of sunscreen that meets four main criteria:

  • Sunscreen that doesn’t damage coral reefs
  • Sunscreen that is better for your skin than other mainstream sunscreens
  • Sunscreen that is biodegradable
  • Sunscreen that is suitable for babies and children.

Take a look at our list of child-friendly natural and environmentally-friendly sunscreens below! Plus, pick up some more health tips from our How to Stay Safe in Fiji, as well as our advice on What Medication to Pack in Your First Aid Kit for Fiji.

1. Sunblockz Baby & Kids Sunscreen

Specially formulated to protect your children and the environment, Sunblockz Baby & Kids Sunscreen is a great environmentally-friendly sunscreen to add to the packing list. The high factor SPF 50+ sunscreen ensures the best protection for babies and young children while being hypoallergenic and free from artificial fragrance and ingredients. It’s water-resistant too, so your kids will still be protected in the pool!

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2. Totlogic Natural Sunscreen

To protect both you and the kids, pick up a bottle of Totlogic Natural Sunscreen. The sensitive skin formula is tear-free making it comfortable and safe to put on the face and the body. Babies from 6 months old can use this SPF 30 sunscreen made with natural non-nano zinc oxide protection. It’s water-resistant for up to 80 minutes making it ideal for days at the beach and by the pool.

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3. All Good Kid’s Sunscreen

All Good has a wide range of sunscreen products that are safe for the skin and the ocean. This double pack of All Good Kid’s Sunscreen on Amazon offers both a sunscreen butterstick and sunscreen lotion giving you two options for easy application, especially when the kids are squirming around! The butter stick has strong SPF 50 protection and the lotion is SPF 30. As an added bonus, the sunscreens are biodegradable, non-nano, vegan, gluten-free and coral reef-friendly! For the adults, All Good Products that we recommend, head over to our 10 Best Environmentally Friendly Sunscreens.

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4. TropicSport Sunscreen

This SPF 30 sunscreen is gentle on the skin, free from harsh chemicals, such as oxybenzone, octinoxate and avobenzoe. If you’re looking for a reliable water-resistant sunscreen, then TropicSport has passed the FDA 80-minute and the Australian 4-hour water resistance test. What’s more, it’s reef-safe.

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5. Beauty by Earth Sunscreen

A great option for all the family, Beauty by Earth is ideal for sensitive skin, children and sports, all while being biodegradable, reef safe and natural. The sunscreen is non-greasy and super easy to apply, so even the most fidgety of kids will be lathered up in no time. Beauty by Earth also sets almost instantly, so there’s no waiting around before jumping in the pool or swimming in the sea! Check out more essentials to pack for Fiji here!

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Robin C.

This article was reviewed and published by Robin, the co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. He has lived, worked and travelled across 16 different countries before settling in the South Pacific, so he knows a thing or two about planning the perfect trip in this corner of the world. Robin is also the co-founder of several other South Pacific travel guides and is a regular host of webinars with the South Pacific Tourism Organisation.

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