There are thousands of sun protection solutions available in Australia. But when it comes to sport, you should be using a sunscreen that is easy to rub in and does not leave a greasy residue on your hands. So check out our sports sunscreen collection formulated for individual sports activities - cricket, golf, tennis, running, fishing, and lawn bowls.
There are numerous generic sport branded sunscreens on the market. Our Sun Blessed Sunscreen products are specially formulated for the sports we cover, and offer the benefits of being easy to rub in and not leaving a greasy residue on your hands. When applied correctly, they give your skin complete protection against the harsh Australian sun.
The safety of sports sunscreen depends on the standards and testing. Our sunscreen products are tested to the Australia/New Zealand standard 2604-2012.
- Read the label on the tube and always follow the manufacturer’s instructions
- Apply generously. This means one teaspoon for the face, neck and ears; a teaspoon for each arm and leg.
- Apply it 20 minutes before going outside. Waiting 20 minutes, allows the sunscreen to bind to your skin.
- Re-apply! Every two hours sunscreen should be reapplied. Sunscreen should also be reapplied after swimming, sweating or towel drying. Making sure you reapply regularly means you’re likely to cover any parts of the skin you may have missed.
- When using sunscreen for the first time, test it out on a small section of skin first. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
- Use all 5 forms of sun protection. Sunscreen, Protective clothing, hat, umbrella, sunglasses.