Reef Friendly Aloe Sunscreen and Skin Care
Aloe Up Sport Sunscreens and Kids Sunscreens are organic, aloe vera based, non-greasy, fragrance free, water resistant and absorb quickly for a comfortable and light-weight feel. They are broad spectrum, certified biodegradable, ocean and reef safe sunscreens that keep our customers and their environment safe. Our sunscreens are not tested on animals so you can rest assured that you've made a cruelty free choice when you use our products.
Aloe Up White Collection range includes hypoallergenic and reef friendly SPF50 and SPF30 sunscreens, For the Face Sunscreen, Tanning/massage oils, After Sun Moisturizing lotion, and pure Aloe Vera Sunburn Relief Jelly.
Aloe Up has been trusted by Athletes around the world for over 35 years. Our Athletes include Pro Triathletes Laura Sidell, Dylan McNeice and Carl Reid. The NZ Beach Volley Ball Team – The O’Dea Beach Bros, Olympic Swimmer Emma Robinson and Cook Islands top female Athlete Serena Hunter.
Aloe Up is the official sunscreen for Challenge Wanaka and NZ Ski.Sun Zapper Zinc Sticks are SPF50 + Broad Spectrum, water resistant for 4 hours, reef friendly and are an excellent for the face sunscreen.
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Shop for our range of aloe vera based sunscreen, moisturizing lotion and lip balm.
This week we’re checking with our Aloe Up Ambassador and 3X Challenge Wanaka winning IronMan Dylan McNeice. Here’s what he’s been up to during lockdown. Click here to read our interview with Dylan.
For round 2 of our quarantine catch up’s we’ve linked up with our Aloe Up Ambassador and one half of the O'Dea Beach Bro's, Sam O’Dea to see what he has been up to during New Zealand’s level 4 lockdown. Thanks for the tips Sam! Check out our video interview with Sam.
How do you deal with being ‘locked down’ when you spend more time outside than indoors? What can you do to stay fit and stop your mind from turning to mush over the next few weeks? We’ve reached out to some of our Aloe Up ambassadors to see what they have been up to and to share some of their top tips to make it through lockdown. For our first quarantine catch up we have Iron Man extraordinaire, Laura Siddall Professional Triathlete: