Our products do not contain the most common allergens found in other products such as artificial fragrance, colors, and soaping agents. In this way, we have reduced the risk that someone may have an allergic reaction when using our products, and therefore may be considered hypoallergenic. There is no established standard for the term “hypoallergenic”, so there is a lot of misleading information in the market about various beauty and household products and their safety for people with allergies.
Hypoallergenic claim should not be stated unless there is actual independent lab testing to support this claim. On Green Cricket sunscreen products, we follow the standard by testing 50 subjects using the Repeat Insult Patch Test (RIPT) to support our hypoallergenic claim on the packaging.
Our products are formulated with adults and children in mind – using benign ingredients that will still deliver functionality and a pleasant experience for all.
For Green Cricket SPF30 Baby Sunscreen, parents should consult a physician before using sunscreen on a child under the age of 6 months.