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sunblock BUTTER

Why Protect Your Skin?

Our skin is the largest organ in the body and is on average about 8 % of your body weight.  Our skin has 3 primary functions: protection, regulation and sensation. It is the first line of defense and a shield from the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation, helps maintain body temperature, and allows you to feel pain and pleasant sensations.


When unhealthy and damaged, our skin has reduced effectiveness as a protective barrier against bacteria, viruses, chemicals and pollution.  Moisturizing and reducing harmful sun exposure can increase skin health and our overall wellness.

What are UV rays?

Ultraviolet (UV) waves from the sun have wavelengths that can injure your skin.  UVA penetrates deep into your skin and can cause aging and wrinkles.  UVB can burn the skin and overtime can cause skin cancer.

feel better sunblock butter

block the U.V.

let in the L.U.V.

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Feel Better Sunblock Butter is an all natural moisturizing handmade body butter which uses a combination of zinc oxide, a unique oil blend including carrot seed oil, and organic seed butters, to block harmful UVA and UVB rays. 


Feel Better Sunblock Butter uses a physical sunscreen zinc oxide, a natural mineral, which absorbs and deflects harmful UV radiation. 


The unique oil blend also has UV protection and in combination with the organic butters improves the skin’s hydration and reduces dryness and irritation after sun exposure. 

L.U.V. your skin

Use Feel Better SUNBLOCK Butter to let the L.U.V. in!


         Limit your exposure to the sun when not wearing Feel Better Butter SUNBLOCK Butter.

         Understand the benefits of wholesome nutrition, restorative sleep, reducing stress.

         Value this moisturizing Feel Better SUNBLOCK Butter for it’s all-natural UV Protection.


Directions:  Apply a generous amount of Feel BetterSunblock Butter to exposed areas of skin, repeating every 2 hours.  It is recommended to apply daily to achieve the healthiest most protected skin!

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