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Oxybenzone-Free Sunscreen: SolRx Sunscreen Without Oxybenzone

Mineral-Based Sunscreen Without Oxybenzone

SolRx has developed an oxybenzone-free sunscreen derived from minerals, namely zinc oxide. Unlike chemical sunscreens which penetrate the skin and absorb the sun’s rays like a sponge, sunscreens without oxybenzone and other chemicals sit on top of your skin and work by reflecting away the sunlight.

While some chemical sunscreens might seem easy to apply and rub into the skin, not all provide the complete broad spectrum protection you need against the sun’s harmful rays. Because SolRx’ oxybenzone-free sunscreens are mineral-based, they are naturally broad spectrum and fully protect against both UVA and UVB rays. With SolRx, you get a high-performance, water-resistant sunscreen that provides lasting protection amidst the harshest conditions.

Why Choose Sunscreen Without Oxybenzone?

There’s a reason why smart consumers look for oxybenzone-free sunscreen products that contain zinc oxide (or a combination of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide) over more common chemical-based derivatives. This issue with chemical sunscreen (when compared to mineral-based sunscreen) is that they can enter into the bloodstream. And for some individuals, this can result in adverse skin reactions.

SolRx: The Optimal Oxybenzone-free Sunscreen

When it comes to finding the best sunscreen without oxybenzone, SolRx is a choice you can make with confidence. The brand’s proprietary water-resistance system known as WATERBLOCK® has been rigorously tested with AMA Labs to handle 8 hours of water immersion. In fact, the SPF 30 sunscreen from SolRx rated SPF 35.83 after 8 hours in the water.

Furthermore, SolRx’ oxybenzone-free sunscreen formula has been tested by the industry’s leading provider of SPF waterproof testing. Scientifically, it is impossible for the sunscreen to deposit on the reef if it is on the skin. So not only is SolRx the optimal sunscreen without oxybenzone, but it’s also 100% reef-safe and reliably water-resistant.

Given the choice between popular chemical-based sunscreens and oxybenzone-free sunscreens, choose a mineral-based sunscreen without oxybenzone instead of resorting to a product rich with chemicals.