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Coral Safe/Biodegradable Sunscreen

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Coral Safe/Biodegradable Sunscreen

Does anyone know if Mega Mart sells Coral Safe Sunscreen or Biodegradable Sunscreen? We have looked online and it is pretty pricey for such a small amount 5.4 oz.

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1. Re: Coral Safe/Biodegradable Sunscreen

Funny you posted this today. Just yesterday I was checking stores at home again to find it. Unfortunately, I've only found it online!

Not sure about Mega...hopefully you will get an answer to that one....sorry.

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2. Re: Coral Safe/Biodegradable Sunscreen

Thanks for your response ~ much appreciated! Josie

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3. Re: Coral Safe/Biodegradable Sunscreen

I am not sure what store it was but we found it at the one across from Coz Palace.

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4. Re: Coral Safe/Biodegradable Sunscreen

Was it a huge store or a small local store where you found it, if you don't mind me asking.

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5. Re: Coral Safe/Biodegradable Sunscreen

Buy a pair of dive skins. Good forever. No pollution. Only cost about $20.

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6. Re: Coral Safe/Biodegradable Sunscreen

dive skins.

yep, I call then rash guards, dont need sunscreen in the water

And a bandana on my head

be careful though - may products say - eco friendly - NOT

They must contain mineral blocking sustances like zinc oxide AND NOT chemical blockers like Oxy Benzene

Edited: 26 May 2012, 03:47
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7. Re: Coral Safe/Biodegradable Sunscreen

You still would need it on your face. Your face gets burned horribly when you're in the water, from the reflection. Mine does everytime I'm diving and waiting in the water for the boat pick-up.

They're all called different things, dive skin, rash guard,,,same thing.

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