Tinted Mineral Sunscreen

Tinted Mineral Sunscreen

Tinted Mineral Sunscreen


If you apply sunblock daily, you cut your risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma by 40 percent, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. Of course, you already know that wearing sunscreen is important. But do you know that what’s in your sunscreen is important too?

Your skin will absorb chemicals, some of which might be harmful to your skin. That’s why we recommend opting for mineral-based sunblock instead. Read on to learn about the benefits of our tinted mineral sunscreen.


Safe, Natural Ingredients

UNSUN SPF30 contains only natural and beneficial ingredients, such as vitamin E, coconut oil, shea butter, and a variety of fruit extracts. These substances help to moisturize and protect your skin.

Below are some of the potentially harmful ingredients you won’t find in our tinted mineral sunscreen:

  • Formaldehyde releasers
  • Retinyl palmitate
  • Oxybenzone
  • Glycol
  • Propylene
  • PABA
  • Nanoparticles
  • Phthalates
  • Parabens

While experts disagree about the safety of some of these ingredients, at Unsun Cosmetics, we believe it’s better to be safe than sorry. We want our customers to feel confident that our products are not only safe for their skin but also nourishing. And when you use UNSUN SPF30, you have that guarantee.


Residue-Free Application

As amazing as mineral sunscreen is, it does have one potential drawback. Since your skin doesn’t absorb it, you may be left with white residue or streaks on your face after application. This unwanted side effect deters some people from wearing it.

This challenge was our main reason for creating UNSUN SPF30. We specially formulated this tinted mineral sunscreen to blend evenly on the skin. Our product works well on all complexions, from fair to dark chocolate. Now you can wear mineral sunscreen without the fear of developing a white or gray film on your skin.   

To learn more about how we formulated UNSUN SPF30, see our list of ingredients. Order your UNSUN SPF30 today!