I’ve finally found a suncare line I can get behind. I use their facial sunscreen, SPF 30, and the COOLA Sport SPF 45 in fresh mango scent, and I love love love their lip balm (SPF 15 in pomegranate and vanilla scent). I decided today was the day I would write about it because somebody commented that my whole family smelled so good. It was the sunscreen. I can get behind this line for more important reasons than the great scent, though. Here is what the company has to say about its line.
Our quest is to spoil your sometimes finicky, always worthy skin with the most pure, eco-conscious products possible. After all, you may obsess over what you put in your body, but think about what you put on it. We thought about it, quite a bit actually, and we consciously chose to develop our line using ingredients that are organic, sustainable, and locally sourced, much like the foods we prefer to eat. Green, yet still luxurious, each of our high performance products protects and nourishes the skin with vitamins and age-defying antioxidants, while remaining free of parabens, paba, petroleum, and phthalates. An advocate of both research and education, COOLA donates to the Melanoma Research Alliance and Healthy Child Healthy World.
COOLA products are made with up to 97% certified organic ingredients, sourced with a Farm to Face® philosophy. Formulated with Plant Protection® and plant phyto-protectors, COOLA sunscreens contain up to 85% fewer actives than competitors.
Each line is formulated with different active ingredients and offers unique products, such as our award-winning Mineral Baby SPF 50 and best-selling Classic Face SPF 30 Cucumber. The Environmental Repair Plus® line (ER+) is certified by Ecocert, and was designed as a pre+post sun skincare collection. When it comes to organic and natural sun protection, COOLA has you covered!
I’m all about finding a line that I can use on the whole family. I love that it’s organic and I don’t have to worry about hmmm, I’m protecting them from the sun but possibly harming them with the ingredients. Anyway, I think you should give it a try. I’m a fan for sure.