Does temperature affect Ama balms?
Yes. Natural oils and waxes change state with temperature. Ama Balms will be harder in cooler temperatures so dig in and melt between the fingers. The balm will start to soften with the warmth of skin. In the warmer temperatures, Ama Balm will soften. Try to keep out of direct sunlight and be careful when opening if left in a hot sunny spot.
Is Ama Balm only a face balm?
No! Ama Balms are ideal for protecting and repairing the face skin when exposed to the elements but there are no limits. Be adventurous and try on all areas of skin, hair, nails, sand burns, chaffing etc. Do avoid any contact with the eyes. Wash with cold water if any balm enters the eye. Resist Bug Balm for biting bugs is a little different. Only use this on exposed skin from toes up to neck.
Should I still use sunscreen?
Ama Balms for adventure seekers protects and repairs the appearance of your skin and is not a sunscreen replacement. Where there is research to suggest Coconut oil does contain a natural spf, please apply either our range of certified sunscreens and ZINC or your favourite Sunscreen to any exposed skin before adventuring outside. Even during cold wintery conditions!
Is Nature's Armour Sunscreen Certified?
Yes!! Natures' Armour SPF30 Broad Spectrum Sunscreen is certified to Australian / New Zealand Standards 2604:2012 and tested in the reputable Australian Laboratory Eurofins / Dermatest.