Should all suncream not look like this? I love the packaging of Green Energy Organics SPF with deckchairs, parasols, a beach and a lovely blue sea and sky and it’s really made me wonder why brands mainly put nil effort into suncare packaging. I mean, it’s pretty much all yellow or orange.
It’s impossible for me to recommend or not recommend Green Energy Organics SPF because I haven’t used it yet, but it’s a vegan formula and I imagine that they’re not thick on the ground. There are five products in the line-up – all beautifully packaged – including SPF 50 for children, and SPF15, an aftersun and a Shampoo & Shower Gel for salt water. Green Energy Organics SPF doesn’t contain mineral oil, paraffin or parabens and uses a certified organic formula based on plant stem cells. Oh, and the packaging is recyclable. Texture wise, it’s silky! I’ve tested it on my arms and it feels like I’m wearing a very good moisturiser, and scent wise it’s very lightly perfumed – I’d say just generically sun-creamy scented.
Green Energy Organics is an interesting brand from Italy – their other products for face and body aren’t as beautifully packaged as their sunscreens I must admit, but it immediately caught my eye for being very different and just, well, happy looking! It’s also very well priced at £14.95 HERE and very much worth investigating if you’re looking for organic protection.
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