Congratulations! You have made the switch to a reef friendly, mineral-based sunscreen. But which one should you choose?
It seems like every week there is a story in the news about sunscreen safety. A consistent theme throughout all of this news is the recommendation that consumers look to mineral sunscreens for safe sun protection. Badger makes a full line of mineral sunscreens using zinc oxide as the only active ingredient and we have been watching all of this news very closely. Read on to learn more!
The topic of reef-friendly or reef-safe sunscreens has been getting a lot of press lately. New science continues to emerge and coral-dependent communities, including Hawaii and Palau, are passing laws banning certain types of sunscreen chemicals. At Badger it’s important…
We believe our decision to use clear zinc oxide is both practical and philosophical. Read on to discover why Badger now uses clear zinc oxide in some of our sunscreens.
Meet the newest additions to the Badger sunscreen lineup: clear sunscreen! Click to read more about it, and enter to win one of ten sets we’re giving away.
We made discounted kits so it’s even easier to stay protected this summer. Check out our Summer Fun Kits, only on the Badger Blog
Up to 10% of the world’s coral reefs may be threatened by certain chemicals found in most sunscreens. Is your sunscreen reef-safe?
Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of summer for a lot of people. So here are four simple sun safety tips to keep you and your family safe.
Combination bug repellent sunscreen is convenient – but is it safe? In this post we take a practical approach to help you determine what is best for you.
Traditionally, higher numbers are better. So although you reach for the SPF 25, you might be wondering if it’s enough to keep you protected. Wonder no more.