Aloe Vera Skin Care and Sun Protection Products

A DIFFERENCE ROOTED IN NATURE - Aloe Up NZ is pleased to offer you the full Aloe Up range online. These superior paraben free sun and skin care product lines are based with the natural moisturizers Aloe Vera and Cocoa Seed butter and infused with Antioxidants, Green Tea and Vitamin E. Aloe Vera has the same PH as skin so Aloe Up Sunscreens absorb quickly without clogging pores, are non greasy, highly water and sweat resistant and will not run into eyes and sting.

Aloe Up is the only sunscreen used by a number of top New Zealand Athletes including Pro Iron Woman Candice Hammond, Pro Iron Men Dylan McNeice, Jamie Whyte & Carl Read, NZ's # 1 Multi Sport Athlete Richard Ussher, World Heli Champion Will Jackways and Women Surf Champion Misha Davis.

Aloe Up is the official sunscreen sponsor of the Challenge Wanaka Iron Man event. 

10% of all Aloe Up sales on this website are allocated to our Pro Athletes.

 
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Shop for our range of aloe vera based sunscreen, moisturizing lotion and lip balm.

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Shop for our range of aloe vera based sunscreen, moisturizing lotion and lip balm.

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Shop for our range of aloe vera based sunscreen, moisturizing lotion and lip balm.

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Biodegradable + Reef Friendly Sunscreens

The best defence to UV radiation after clothing is sunscreen. However Recent studies have shown that the organic and inorganic UV filters as well as other components of sunscreen reach the marine environment directly via water activities and indirectly from waste treatment plants. The toxicity of the UV fillers has been demonstrated in aquatic organisms. UV Fillers inhibit growth in plankton and bioaccumulate in the food chain (Sanchez-Quiles 2015)

Not all sunscreens are equal and fortunately there are brands that will safely protection your from UV radiation that do not contain the substances that are known to harm the marine environment

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Chemicals in many Sunscreens Harming Coral Reefs

Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources/Dan Dennison/AP

New research about sunscreen's damaging effects on coral reefs suggests that you might want to think twice before slathering it on.

Reports about the harmful environmental effects of certain chemicals in the water have been circulated for years, but according to the authors of a new study released Tuesday, the chemicals in even one drop of sunscreen are enough to damage fragile coral reef systems. Some 14,000 tons of sunscreen lotions wind up in coral reefs around the world each year.

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Emma Robinson

 

 “ Swimming up to 20+ hours per week in an outdoor pool on the Gold Coast means I need to really take care of my skin and sun protection. Aloe Up allows my body to focus on recovery rather then healing sunburn. The Pro Ultra Sport range in non-greasy, 80 minutes water resistance, and free of oxybenzone, parabens, and alcohol. It contains 35% Aloe Vera which allows my skin to hold moister rather, then the chemicals from the pool removing it.” 

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