Incognito has developed a new eco-friendly SPF30 sun cream with insect repellent that is both vegan and sustainable to help avoid harming coral reefs. The product’s packaging is also sustainable as it is made from renewable sugarcane plastic. The development comes after the New York Times reported that many sun creams are harmful to coral reefs as they can cause bleaching and recommended that people use a biodegradable alternative.

Incognito Second Skin Suncream has been shown to be 100 per cent effective for over five hours and 88 per cent effective for eight hours against dengue-carrying mosquitoes. (Rrp 150ml £25).

Incognito: 020 7792 8687

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