Australian Gold Spray Gel Sunscreen SPF 15, 8 Ounce | Moisturize & Hydrate Skin | Broad Spectrum | Water Resistant | Non-Greasy | Oxybenzone Free | Cruelty Free
- Try our new and improved product formula!
- UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum protection, Water Resistant (80 minutes), Oxybenzone Free, Cruelty Free
- Spray Gel: Comes in a convenient pump that allows for maximum control, while the rich formula easily absorbs into skin.
- Australian Naturals: Kakadu Plum and Tea Tree Oil, both powerful antioxidants, help protect skin from free radicals.
- Moisturizers: Sunflower Seed Oil and Olive Fruit Oil work to deeply moisturize for smooth, hydrated skin.
General Protection Spray Gels are an innovative hybrid of a continuous spray and a traditional lotion, fitting for those looking for control, hydration and convenience. Enjoy the sun with confidence when you use Australian Gold sunscreens! All of our products are made with real, nutrient-rich Australian ingredients. We aim to make our formulas as clean as possible, without sacrificing powerful sun protection, so you can focus on celebrating life outside!
What is SPF
SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. It is a measure used worldwide to indicate the level of sunscreen protection. Using an SPF 15 sunscreen means it will take 15 times longer for skin to begin to burn than it would without sunscreen
Broad Spectrum UVA/UVB
There are two types of ultraviolet (UV) light that can harm your skin- UVA and UVB. A Broad Spectrum sunscreen protects you from both. UVB rays are primarily responsible for causing sunburn while UVA rays are associated with skin aging.
Traditional vs Mineral Sunscreens
There are two general types of sunscreen - traditional and mineral. Traditional sunscreens work by absorbing the sun's rays while mineral sunscreens protect skin by blocking the sun's rays. Whichever type you choose, make sure it provides Broad Spectrum UVA/UVB protection.
The recommended amount of sunscreen for the average person is 1 Fl Oz. A simple way to remember how much sunscreen to apply is imagine the amount of sunscreen that would fit in a shot glass or the size of a golf ball. Sunscreen should be applied 15 minutes before sun exposure and reapplied every 2 hours or immediately after swimming, sweating or drying off.