Aethic Sôvée – The world’s first marine-positive sunscreen By Allard Marx

As you slip languorously into the pristine clear tropical waters, spare a thought for sea life and making sure things stay this way. Most sunscreens damage coral and clams. They release molecules that trigger dormant viruses that can decimate coral reefs. It is estimated that 10% of coral reef destruction is attributable to the sunscreens worn by you and me.

Yet your skin needs to be protected from the sun’s damaging rays. Now there is a product that has been extensively tested to provide photo-stable protection for your skin and leave the ocean’s delicate ecosystem intact. Tested by one of the most renowned marine scientists, Aethic Sôvée is now one of the world’s leading sunscreens. The cream has three UVA/UVB sun-filters, three organic moisturisers and Vitamin E. The preservatives are food grade, the bottle is made from corn-plastic and the box uses no glue.

Aethic Sôvée is the world’s first marine-positive sunscreen and is available online.