Safe Sea jellyfish sting protective lotion and SPF50+ coral friendly sunscreen, 4Oz. (118ml).
- JELLYFISH BARRIER – The world first and only Jellyfish and Sea lice protective lotion.
- SEA FRIENDLY – according to friendofthesea.org “Safe-Sea, is the first truly Friend of the Sea” lotion. Oxybenzone and Octinoxate free. Does not leak nor does it dilute in the water, and keeps all the lotion ingredients away from the corals.
- CLINICALLY TESTED – Leading hospitals and academic institutes around the world, found the lotion to be extremely effective. Preventing stings from most Jellyfish, Man-o war, Sea Lice, Sea Nettle, Atlantic box jellyfish, Rhopilema, and Fire Corals.
- DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED – For sensitive skin, Paraben free, contain vitamins E and B and moisturizes.
- SUN PROTECTION – Broad spectrum UVA/UVB sun protection, very high water resistant (80 minutes), designed to last longer in water conditions.
Works great keeping jellyfish away
Works wonderfully as a jellyfish deterrent. Kids were swimming all day with visible jellyfish and there were no stings. Lotion is very thick so can be difficult for small children to apply themselves and it’s important to coat all exposed areas. Works well will but again.
Safe Sea SPF50+ is hands down the best sunblock we have ever used. Our initial purchase was due to needing a reef safe product for a trip to the Galápagos Islands. We purchased in bulk this order so we can share with other members of the family. You have a lifetime customer in us. Thank you.
I love this stuff! My skin is super sensitive and I’ve relied on this lotion the last 30 or so times I went snorkeling and it kept me sting free. Before, I would end up with horrible welts from sea lice 12 hours after swimming. I’m more sensitive than most people, and the peace of mind this lotion gives me is priceless.
I bought this for a trip to Mexico as it was recommended on reviews on TripAdvisor. I wore it and didn’t have any problems with Sea lice or sunburn. I would recommend this to anyone going places where sea lice may be a problem