Get To Know MANDA Organic Sun Paste

Get To Know MANDA Organic Sun Paste

MANDA Organic Sun Paste is not like those white lotions you are used to that rub into your skin, burn your eyes, and smell like fake coconut. Our SPF 50 sun paste is made with eight all natural, food grade ingredients, six of which are organic. It doesn’t run, will never burn your eyes and stays on for long durations, making MANDA Organic Sun Paste your ticket to healthy, sunburn-free skin.

Due to it’s thick consistency and natural ingredients (especially coconut oil and beeswax which harden at cooler temps), you may need to warm up your sun paste for easier application. Simply put it in the sun (the dashboard of your car is always a great place) or use your finger in a circular motion to soften it up.

Cyrus Sutton

Don’t be afraid to dig in! Once you have some on your fingers, rub them together and apply MANDA Organic Sun Paste to your face, lips, ears, neck and other sensitive areas of your body, such as scars, moles, etc. We say the thicker the better, but it is up to you.

The beauty of MANDA Organic Sun Paste is that you can actually see where you are protected because/since it’s a physical sunscreen that sits on top of the skin and never completely rubs in. Simply put, there is no guess work as to whether it is working or not.

Tanya wearing MANDA Organic Sun Paste

Removal is just as easy. You can use a towel to wipe it off, although we have found the best method is to apply raw coconut oil directly on top before removal. Your skin will be left feeling fresh and moisturized, thanks to all the wonderful benefits of coconut oil.

And finally, once you run out, you can either recycle or reuse the container to store whatever goodies you need inside.

If you have any special tips or tricks on how you use MANDA Organic Sun Paste, please share in the comments below!

Cliff Kapono wearing MANDA Organic Sun Paste

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