Mineral Sunscreen Sensitive SPF 50

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Sensitive sunscreen with SPF 50 without perfume with extra high protection for the face and for particularly sensitive skin. Pure mineral zinc oxide filter, compliant with the Hawaii Reef Law*. Vegan and dermatologically tested "very well tolerated by the skin". Suitable for babies, children and adults with sensitive skin.
*Without the UV filters: oxybenzone, octocrylene and octinoxate
Size: 50ml

boep Mineral Sunscreen Sensitive SPF 50

Our Sensitive Sun Cream with SPF50, like the Sensitive Sun Cream SPF30, does not contain any perfume and is suitable for particularly sensitive skin - on the face and body. Skin compatibility has been dermatologically tested and rated "very good". The vegan sun cream offers extra high sun protection for babies, children and adults. Pregnant and breastfeeding women can also use all boep sun creams without hesitation.

The purely mineral zinc oxide filter provides reliable protection against UVA and UVB radiation immediately after application (without any exposure time). All boep sun creams do not contain synthetic UV filters (such as octocrylene, oxybenzone and oxtinoxate), which are suspected of bleaching corals and are therefore prohibited there according to the Hawaiian Reef Law.

The Sensitive SPF50 sun cream is very easy to use and spread. Thanks to the high sun protection factor, the SPF50 sun cream protects against the sun for longer than the SPF30 sun cream. Take a look at our magazine for more information.

aqua, zinc oxide, caprylic/capric triglyceride, dicaprylyl ether, glyceryl stearate, glycerin, cetearyl alcohol, polyhydroxystearic acid, brassica campestris/aleurites fordi oil copolymer, sorbitan caprylate, silybum marianum ethyl ester, cocos nucifera oil*, pongamia pinnata seed extract, tocopherol , xanthan gum, sodium polyphosphate, sodium stearoyl lactylate, benzyl alcohol

| *Raw material from controlled organic cultivation

| 99.32% natural origin in the entire product

Apply sensitive sunscreen with SPF 50 generously to your face and body before sunbathing. Too little will reduce the protection. You should also reapply regularly to ensure that the sun protection remains - especially after being in the water and when your skin sweats more in the summer.

Babies and young children should be protected from direct sunlight. In addition, they should wear protective clothing and use sunscreen with a high sun protection factor (>25).

Note: even high sun protection factors do not offer complete protection from UV rays. Excessive sun exposure is dangerous to your health. Therefore, even if you use sunscreen, you should not stay in the sun for too long and avoid intense midday sun.

Shake tube before use.

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Reliable immediate protection

Protects without exposure time

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Compliant with the Hawaii Reef Act

Without the UV filters oxybenzone, octocrylene & octinoxate

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You can also find the Sensitive Sun Cream SPF30 & SPF50 in your dm store

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Vegan and COSMOS NATURAL certified natural cosmetics


Frequently asked questions about our sunscreens

What does “mineral filter” mean?

There are two types of UV filters used in sunscreens: organic filters, colloquially called "chemical" filters, and inorganic filters, better known as "mineral" or "physical" filters. [1] Sunscreens with chemical UV filters penetrate the skin, absorb the sun's rays and convert them into heat energy. Mineral filters, on the other hand, sit on the skin and reflect the sun's rays, thus forming a physical barrier and preventing the UV rays from penetrating the skin cells. [2]

Some chemical filters are suspected of having a hormonal effect, as this effect has been partially demonstrated in cell and animal experiments. According to current knowledge, the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment has so far classified only one chemical sun protection factor as harmful to health; however, a "re-evaluation of approved UV filters at European level should be sought". [3] [4]

Our certified natural cosmetic sunscreen protects your skin and that of your children with a purely mineral zinc oxide filter. Zinc oxide has proven to be a safe ingredient for baby and child care products and is also environmentally friendly on beach holidays. Did you know that some chemical filters are already banned in Hawaii and Palau because they pollute the seas and bleach corals? [5] [6]

[1] Serpone N. et al. Inorganic and organic UV filters: Their role and efficacy in sunscreens and suncare products . Inorganic Chemistry Acta, 2007, 360, 794–802

[2] Meinhard, E. Service: Sunscreens tested . For ARD | DasErste.de, 2018. Online at: https://www.daserste.de/information/politik-weltgeschehen/morgenmagazin/service/service-Sonnenschutzmittel-Test-100.html (28.05.2018)

[3] Throl, C., Thomas, K. Sunscreen tested: Which sun protection we recommend for the skin . In: ÖKO-TEST June 2018, 2018. Extract online at: https://www.oekotest.de/kosmetik-wellness/Sonnencreme-im-Test-Welchen-Sonnenschutz-wir-fuer-die-Haut-empfehlen_111085_1.html (24.05.2018)

[4] Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Information, tips and recommendations on sunscreen products, 2005. Online at: https://www.bfr.bund.de/cm/343/informationen_tipps_und_empfehlungen_zu_sonnenschutzmitteln.pdf (22.08.2005)

[5] n-tv, Hawaii bans UV filters: Sunscreens harm marine animals , 2018. Online at: https://www.n-tv.de/wissen/Sonnencremes-schaden-Meerestieren-article20497528.html (26.06.2018)

[6] n-tv, Holiday paradise protects corals: Palau bans most sunscreens , 2018. Online at: https://www.n-tv.de/wissen/Sonnencremes-schaden-Meerestieren-article20497528.html (02.11.2018)

What is the difference between the sun cream family and the sensitive sun creams?

The Sensitiv sunscreen (SPF30 and SPF50) and the sunscreen family (SPF30) only differ in scent.

Our sunscreen family in the yellow tube smells very delicate and fresh like our boep scent.

Our Sensitive sun cream in the white tube has no fragrance and therefore protects highly sensitive baby skin and skin prone to sun allergies in a particularly gentle way.

What does “compliant with the Hawaii Reef Law” mean?

All boep sun care products do not contain the chemical UV filters oxybenzone, octinoxate and octocrylene and are therefore compliant with the Hawaiian Reef Law.

The Hawaii Reef Law first came into effect in 2018 and prohibits the use of sunscreens with the above-mentioned UV filters in Hawaii due to their coral-damaging properties.

Excerpt from the law: "Oxybenzone and octinoxate cause mortality indeveloping coral; increase coral bleaching that indicates extreme stress, even at temperatures below 87.8 degrees Fahrenheit; and cause genetic damage to coral and other marine organisms. These chemicals have also been shown to degrade corals ' resiliency and ability to adjust to climate change factors and inhibit recruitment of new corals." (Page 1)

You can read the law here (original in English).

Do the sunscreens contain chemical filters?

No. Our sunscreens do not contain chemical UV filters and are compliant with the Hawaii Reef Law* . The Hawaii Reef Law prohibits the use of sunscreens that use oxybenzone, octinoxate or octocrylene as UV filters because they can harm corals.

We deliberately chose a purely mineral zinc oxide filter. The mineral UV filter does not interact with the skin, but sits on the skin like a mirror and reflects the sun's rays. In addition, all boep sun creams are certified according to the strict COSMOS NATURAL guidelines for controlled natural cosmetics. COSMOS NATURAL does not allow the chemical UV filters mentioned above.

Do your sunscreens contain nanoparticles?

Our sunscreens use zinc oxide, a naturally occurring, inorganic substance, as a UV filter. For use in cosmetics, zinc oxide is reduced in size so that it can be processed as a powder. The question often arises about the size of the comminuted particles - especially whether the particles are nanoparticles (size between 1-100n m). According to the requirements of the European Commission, nanoparticles must be marked in the list of ingredients if they are nanomaterial, i.e. more than 50% of the particles are nano-sized. According to these specifications, the filter we use is not nanomaterial, but individual particles can still be nano-sized.

The question of whether nanoparticles are good or bad for the skin is not just about size, but above all about the question of whether they are “biopersistent”, i.e. can remain in the skin. And that is not the case with our sunscreen, which only contains zinc oxide particles. In recent years there has been a lot of different information about nanoparticles, but not all of it has been scientifically validated and has unfairly caused uncertainty among customers. Please take a look at this general article here .


Since our sunscreens are certified natural cosmetics, you will not find the controversial plastic softeners, so-called phthalates, in our ingredients.


Das Thema "Freie Radikale" ist komplex und grundsätzlich ist es wichtig zu verstehen, dass die Bildung "freier Radikale" ein normaler Prozess des Körpers ist. Beispielsweise werden diese bei normalen Stoffwechselprozessen gebildet, beim Rauchen oder durch Luftverschmutzung oder bei Entzündungsreaktionen. Auch können sie durch UV-Strahlung gebildet werden. Der Mensch hat dafür aber Schutzmechanismen und kommt in der Regel gut damit zurecht. Zusätzlich gibt es Stoffe, so genannteAntioxidantien, die entweder vom Körper gebildet werden oder in Cremes/Nahrung enthalten sind, die diese freien Radikale binden und so unschädlich machen. Solange das Gleichgewicht dieser Stoffe hergestellt ist, brauchst Du Dir über dieses Thema keine größeren Gedanken zu machen. Schau gerne in diesem Beitrag von Anni nach, hier wird das alles nochmal im Detail erklärt und auch Beispiele für Nahrungsmittel gegeben, die einen hohen Wert an Antioxidantien haben.
Unsere Cremes enthalten immer Antioxidantien, die entweder in den pflanzlichen Ölen enthalten sind, oder wie im Falle von Vitamin E als Tocopherol hinzugegeben werden. Die Dispergierung in Neutralöl sorgt bei der Sonnencreme dafür, dass das Zinkoxid optimal gelöst wird. Auch hier achten wir natürlich auf den Einsatz von Antioxidantien. Die Frage nach der Beschichtung haben wir noch einmal konkret an unseren Lieferanten weitergegeben, halten es aber für unwahrscheinlich, dass die Bildung freier Radikale, die durch UV-Licht entstehen können und was wie gesagt ein physiologischer Prozess ist, durch eine Beschichtung verhindert werden können. Gerne halten wir Dich bezüglich unserer Erkenntnisse auf dem Laufenden. Und selbstverständlich ist es wichtig die Bildung freier Radikale in der Haut durch das Auftragen von Sonnenschutz so gut es eben geht zu verhindern!

Produktserie Mineralische Sonnencreme von das boep

mineral sun protection

Good for you – and the environment!

Our sunscreens comply with the Hawaiian Reef Law, which means they do not contain coral-bleaching chemical UV filters such as oxybenzone, octinoxate and octocrylene. They provide immediate protection after application and therefore have no hormonal effect. Over 99% of the total product is of natural origin.

Naturkosmetik Mineralische Sonnencreme von das boep in Anwendung

For young and old

Whether baby or child, pregnant or breastfeeding, normal or sensitive skin - our sun protection has something for everyone! The sun creams protect with a purely mineral zinc oxide filter and are very easy to spread. While the sun cream family impresses with a light summer scent, our sensitive variants do not contain perfume and are also proven to be effective for problem skin.