Tizo 3: SPF 40, smooth, neutrally tinted sunscreen for the face.
Reef, ocean and river friendly, 100% mineral sunscreen developed for everyone, providing no-shine coverage for sensitive to complicated, combination and active skin. This formula has a neutral tint for a matte finish.
Leaf People is an authorized seller of Tizo Sunscreen.
Tizo mineral sunscreens are uniquely formulated to give superior sun protection with a smooth, non-white, matte finish. Using proprietary multiple particle size technology in an elegant base, Fallene Limited has created exceptional water resistant sunscreens utilizing only physical blockers, titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. Tizo layers invisibly under makeup and leaves a refined look to the skin.
Active Ingredients: Titanium Dioxide 8%, Zinc Oxide 3.8%
Inactive Ingredients: Alumina* (naturally occurring mineral, thickening agent - low rating with EWG), Cyclohexasiloxane (type of silicone to spread minerals, rated safe), Cyclopentasiloxane (silicone to spread minerals, rated safe), Dimethicone (type of silicone to spread minerals, rated safe), Dimethicone Crosspolymer (water resisting silicone ingredient, low rating with EWG), Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer (water resisting silicone ingredient, low rating with EWG), Dimethiconol (type of silicone to spread minerals - low rating with EWG), Iron Oxide (CI77491 - colorant), Lauryl PEG/PPG-18/18 Methicone (low rating with EWG), Methicone (low rating with EWG), PEG-10 Dimethicone (low rating with EWG).
* “Alumina is the common name for aluminum oxide, not aluminum metal. It is totally inert and non-reactive and is not harmful to the skin or body because it is not soluble in the body. It is used in many decorative cosmetics such as nail polishes, blushes, etc.
In sunscreens, Alumina is commonly used to make titanium dioxide non-reactive. There is a very small amount used on the surface of the titanium dioxide in our Prime & Protect products to achieve this. The EWG (Environmental Working Group) gives their rating as a “2”, which falls in their “good” category.
Note that the Inactive Ingredients in sunscreens, which are OTC drugs, are listed in alphabetical order, not in decreasing order of concentration.”
Apply generously and uniformly to all exposed skin areas before exposure to sunlight. For maximum protection, reapply every 40 minutes for swimming and water activities, every 2 hours for non-water activity and after washing, towel drying or sweating.
Avoid eye contact. Do not apply on damaged or broken skin. Stop use and ask a doctor if a rash occurs.