Surf Yogis Natural Alternative Sunscreen

January 06, 2015

Surf Yogi Sunscreen
Surf Yogi Natural Alternative Sunscreen is now available at the Bing Surfboards Surf Shop. You’ve been asking so we deliver. Made from 7 natural ingredients and that’s it. Safe for you and the environment so it’s one less thing to worry about. You can buy it online or at the Bing Surfboards Surf Shop in Encinitas.

– Contains: Coconut oil, Castor oil, Bees wax, Zinc Oxide, Cocoa powder, Coffee extract & Vanilla bean.
– 80g, Made in Bali
– Smells like chocolate. Don’t eat it.
– Container is tin with a twist on lid
– Check Surf Yogis Instagram: @surfyogis

Surf Yogi Web Page



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