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Goddess Garden Organics Kids Natural Sunscreen SPF 30 Continuous Spray -- 6 oz

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Goddess Garden Organics Kids Natural Sunscreen SPF 30 Continuous Spray -- 6 oz

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Goddess Garden Organics Kids Natural Sunscreen SPF 30 Continuous Spray Description

  • Natural Sunscreen
  • 94% Organic Ingredients
  • ECO Sheer
  • Sun Safe
  • Broad Spectrum SPF 30
  • Water Resistant (40 Minutes)
  • Powerful Mineral Protection

Enjoy happy, carefree days in the sun with your kids! Our safe and effective Natural Sunscreen is made with organic ingredients - now in a convenient, one-touch spray. Created by a mom for her daughter, our products are free of chemical sunscreens, biodegradable and sheer. Powered by air, the spray sunscreen is safe for you and the planet. Have a sunny day! ~ Nova Covington, Founder

  • One-Touch Spray
  • Sheer Mineral Lotion
  • Free of Chemical Sunscreens
  • Biodegradable
  • Non-Aerosol


Uses: Helps prevent sunburn.

Apply liberally 15 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply: After 40 minutes of swimming or sweating. Immediately after towel drying. At least every 2 hours. Children under 6 months of age: Ask a doctor.

Free Of
Non-Nano, Non-GMO,Vegan, Cruelty, Alcohol, Paraben and Phthalates, Gluten, Chemical sunscreens.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Active Ingredients: Titanium Dioxide 6.4%, Zinc Oxide 6.0% (Sunscreen).
Inactive Ingredients: Aloe vera*, cetyl alcohol, gluconolactone, glycerin*, glyceryl stearate, glycine soja (soybean) oil*, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, lonicera caprifolium (honeysuckle) extract, ioncera japonica (honeysuckle) flower extract, polyhydroxystearic acid, populus tremuloides (aspen) bark extract, radish root ferment filtrate, stearic acid, tocopherol, xanthan gum. *Certified Organic

For external use only. Do not use on damaged or broken skin. Stop use and ask a doctor if rash occurs. When using this product keep out of eyes. Rinse with wter to remove. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Center right away. Protect product from excessive heat and direct sun.

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5 Health Dangers Lurking in Your Summer Garden

Your home's garden might seem like a safe place to while away a spring or summer day. But unexpected health and safety threats may lurk above and beneath the soil.

Woman Following Gardening Tips for Safety Blog

From sunburn to bug bites and tetanus infection, the garden can be a source of several health threats. But taking steps to protect against the following five hazards can keep you safe this season.

1. Tetanus infection

This illness can cause lockjaw, muscle spasms and seizures. In between 10 and 20 percent of cases, it causes breathing problems that kill the infected individual, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


"Tetanus is not a trivial illness," says Dr. William Schaffner, medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases.

Tetanus can be found in many places, including soil, dust and manure. It infects the body through breaks in the skin.

Dr. William Schaffner, medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, recalls the case of a patient who was trying to plant a garden and cut her ankle with a ground stake.

She then "just casually cleaned off the wound" and used a bandana as a bandage. The woman developed tetanus and went through a "long and stormy course in the hospital," Schaffner says.

Most people are vaccinated for tetanus when they are children, but many do not realize that you need a booster shot every 10 years to maintain maximum protection against tetanus.

Schaffner says "a very substantial proportion of people in the U.S. are delinquent," in receiving their booster shots, which are highly effective in preventing tetanus infection.

"Fortunately, it's a very easy illness to prevent," Schaffner says.

2. Sunburn and sunstroke

Most of us know that painful feeling of sunburn. But the potential consequences of such burns can linger long after the skin has healed. Getting a bad sunburn just once every two years triples your risk of melanoma skin cancer, according to Cancer Research UK.

Gardening in excessive heat can also cause your body temperature to shoot higher, a potentially fatal condition known as sunstroke. Symptoms include headache, rapid pulse, dizziness, nausea and confusion.

You can avoid these sun- and heat-related threats by taking several precautionary steps, including:

  • Wearing sunscreen. The CDC suggests a product with sun protective factor (SPF) of 15 or higher.
  • Drinking plenty of fluids, while avoiding alcohol and other liquids with high sugar content
  • Taking breaks often and resting in cool or shaded places

3. Bug bites and associated diseases

Mosquitos, ticks and other pests are hanging out in your garden, just waiting to spoil your summer fun. This year, the emergence of Zika virus has left people worried that a mosquito bite could result in something far worse than an itchy raised welt.

Meanwhile, ticks can crawl from the garden into your skin, putting you in danger of Lyme disease.

To keep such pests at bay, cover the skin by wearing long sleeves and long pants -- tucked into your socks -- when practical. Use a repellant containing DEET to protect exposed skin.

High rubber boots offer added protection against ticks, which tend to be found in the ground.

4. Hand injuries

Hand injuries while gardening are most likely to fall into one of two categories, says Dr. Rachel S. Rohde, chair of the Public Education Committee of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand.

Acute injuries, such as punctures by thorns, or lacerations by sharp objects and instruments. Wearing gloves can help prevent such wounds.

Chronic issues, such as pain related to aggressive pruning or carrying heavy landscaping goods. These injuries typically involve pain from tendons, joints and muscles. Rohde says they can be the result of:

  • Gardening for prolonged periods in awkward positions
  • Using tools that either are not right for the job or not right for the size and shape of your hands
  • Working for many hours without resting or changing patterns

"We see a lot of tennis elbow, wrist and hand tendonitis, and flares of arthritis," she says. "Modifying your position, using ergonomic tools and taking frequent breaks between tasks can help."

5. Injuries from power equipment

Noisy garden implements such as tillers and cultivators can damage hearing. If you have to raise your voice to talk to someone an arm's length away, your hearing is at risk, according to the CDC. Foam earplugs can protect your ears in such situations.

Power tools of all kinds can throw up rocks and other debris when you least expect it, so use goggles to protect your eyes.

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