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TapaReef Pre and Post-Swim Hair Care with Baobab Protein
Gentle On Your Skin and the Environment
Soothing After-Sun Care
You did the right thing and slathered on that sunscreen before you had your fun in the sun. Now how do you get it off? Our facial wipes are specially formulated to quickly and gently remove water resistant and zinc sunscreen...for anyone who loves to get wet.
Bethany Hamilton - Pro Surfer
What beachgoers are saying about TapaReef Sunscreen Remover
I tried them with two friends after the beach one day and we ALL fell in love! If you love the sun then these are a must have!
– Rachel at www.theconfusedmillienial.com
Whether on land or in the water, I am wearing sunscreen. This is how I take it off. TapaReef is the bomb!
– Mikey O'Shaugnessy, North Shore, Hawaii
TapaReef Sunscreen Remover is amazing. Based in Australia, these people know how to get sunscreen off! I would highly recommend this product for it’s effectiveness, ingredients, smell, and environmental awareness. Love it!
– Misty at www.TheBikiniBookworm.com
Great natural product! I have very sensitive skin and I can't tolerate any chemicals at all. I found this product to be gentle and soothing when removing zinc oxide I wear surfing. I highly recommend this product.
– Liz Keller, Orange County, California
From the blog
Did you know it can cost a competitor up to $50k per year to compete on the surfing World Qualifying Series? We caught up with Philippa Anderson recently to talk about how her year on the circuit is going so far and why the upcoming Paul Mitchell Supergirl Pro in Oceanside, California will be an important competition for her.
"I remember just looking at it as if it was a closeout," Mikey said. "As I got to the bottom, I noticed it throwing really hard, and I was like 'this is really beautiful.' And then, I noticed there was an exit out of it -- it was far away, but I was like, 'maybe I can make this wave...' I didn't really think I was gonna make it the whole time until I made it out."