Nobody enjoys skin cancer, right? But who doesn't love a bit of sunshine and surf? For most that means applying plenty, regular sunscreen. Yet sunscreens are also known to contain chemical and mineral filters, namely zinc oxide, that are highly polluting for the marine environment, even at low concentrations. When exposed to them, coral reef colonies turn white and die within a shocking 48 hours. It's an awkward one. Or at least it was until sunscreen label EQ Evoa discovered a solution by developing the first suncare product certified as non-toxic to coral reefs. A partner of the “1% For The Planet" programme, EQ Evoa donates a part of its sales revenue to the repopulation of coral reefs in devastated areas. But they've also kindly offered to give-away a coral reef friendly sunscreen pack to 3 lucky winners.


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