all natural sun protection for surfers

made by surfers in Bali

broad spectrum sunscreen / UVA & UVA protection

SURF ZINC is organic and natural sunblock that is water resistant and protects you from harmful ultraviolet rays while you surf so you don’t get sunburns and avoid premature ageing.

The formula for SURF ZINC was created by surfergirl who is based in Bali and surfs all year long under hot tropical sun. And when you surf everyday and apply something on your face you want to make sure it’s good for your skin and protects you against the sun. Plus it’s natural ingredients doesn’t harm out ocean and reefs!


SURF ZINC natural sunscreen effective formula

The main ingredient is zinc oxide, a mineral that is used to protect you from UVA/UVB as physical block for harmful UV rays. Zinc oxide is safe to use: did you know that it’s used in baby products and also for dermatological treatments?  Unlike some nasty chemicals used in some big brands sunscreens that build up in your skin, zinc oxide is considered as safe sun protecting ingredient that create a physical barrier on your skin, so those harmful sun rays don’t even reach your skin cells!

Some of the organic oils & butters used in SURF ZINC have natural SPF, so they not only moisture and take care of your skin but also give you extra sun protection. Due to perfect oils mix this sunblock feels very soft on your skin and is easy to apply.

SURF ZINC is enriched with Vitamin E that helps your skin fight premature ageing.

The formula of SURF ZINC doesn’t clog pores and it doesn’t cause acne or irritation like some commercial sunscreens.

The are no artificial additives, coloring or anything that is not good for your skin!



Tips about using SURF ZINC:

  • the thicker is the layer, the stronger is protection
  • don’t rub your face while you surf so more surf zinc stays on your face longer
  • this sunblock can be easily removed after surf session using wet tissues



Main sunblocking agent: Non-nano Zinc Oxide

Other natural ingredients: Coconut oil | Beeswax | Shea butter | Jojoba oil | Wheatgerm oil | Avocado oil | Sweet Almond Oil | Castor Oil | Carrot Seed Oil | Tea Tree Oil | Vitamin E


~ expires in 12 months (see info on the packaging) | Best kept refrigerated if not used for long time ~


Made in Bali / Indonesia



  1. Comment by Tiahni-rose

    Tiahni-rose Reply March 28, 2015 at 12:04 pm

    hi i was wondering if you would consider being a surf sponsor to promote your brand? 🙂
    its also Really great that people have finally started making natural and organic sunscreens, its taken me ages to find a good one, thanks

    • Comment by Stella

      Stella Reply June 3, 2015 at 11:13 am

      Hey, please send us your mailing address and as soon as we can we send you your free sample of SURF ZINC!

  2. Comment by joost

    joost Reply October 16, 2015 at 7:07 pm

    hi, i am a kitesurfer from the netherlands, each jear in nov me and some friends travel to cumbuco in brazil for a 3 week downwinder and training camp. Each jear we run into the same problem: sunblock that doesnt work.
    It runs into our eyes and after 20min or so the effect is gone with red skin to prove it. This year we would like to try your product. Were can we get it in the netherlands?
    hope to hear from you soon,
    dear greetings,


    • Comment by Stella

      Stella Reply October 19, 2015 at 8:41 am

      Hi Joost, you can order online and it will be delivered to you from Bali with international post. Btw I used to kitesurf myself and I think SURF ZINC will work fine for you!

  3. Comment by Lenica

    Lenica Reply December 29, 2015 at 6:54 am

    Hi, where in Bali can I buy this?

  4. Comment by Reuben

    Reuben Reply May 26, 2016 at 3:46 pm

    Just came back from a surf trip in Bali and picked up a tube of Surf Zinc.

    I wakeboard quite often in Singapore and the really love the protection from the sunscreen! Stays on throughout the whole session.

    Will be heading back to Bali again end of June, defo picking up a few more!



  5. Comment by Kristof

    Kristof Reply July 6, 2016 at 2:14 pm

    Hello ,

    I am looking for a bombproof sunblocker for my lips . Is the Surf Zinc good enough for the lips as it is for the skin or do you recommand something else ?

    Grtz , Kristof , Belgium

    • Comment by inspired

      inspired Reply July 6, 2016 at 2:15 pm

      Hi Kristof,

      yes, you can use Surf Zinc for lips as well!

  6. Comment by Rico

    Rico Reply July 26, 2016 at 4:59 pm

    Hello there,

    Will the face stick sting your eyes, tried alot of sunscreen out there and really sting my eyes when surfing.



    • Comment by inspired

      inspired Reply July 26, 2016 at 5:51 pm

      Hi Rico,
      it’s not supposed to sting your eyes, because it’s not liquid like most sunscreens. It doesn’t run into eyes.

      • Comment by Rico

        Rico Reply September 10, 2016 at 3:54 pm

        Thanks for the reply! I’m coming to Bali next weekend, where can I buy the face stick in Bali?



  7. Comment by Kristoffer Holm

    Kristoffer Holm Reply September 13, 2016 at 4:29 am

    Hi there

    I have been trying to contact you. Is the company closed?

    If not, how long is the shipping time to Europe?

    • Comment by inspired

      inspired Reply September 14, 2016 at 8:48 pm

      Hi Kristoffer,

      the shipping to Europe takes about 3 weeks, sometimes 4.

  8. Comment by Svenja

    Svenja Reply October 14, 2016 at 9:06 pm

    Did you test the SPF and water resistance of your products?

    • Comment by inspired

      inspired Reply October 17, 2016 at 10:35 pm

      If you mean lab tested, not it wasn’t. It is only tested by me and surfers who use this product.

  9. Comment by afam

    afam Reply July 30, 2017 at 10:27 am

    i am afam from srilanka . i need this cream wholesale .
    so how can i buy . where from can take

    i will come next month jakarta

  10. Comment by Kathrina

    Kathrina Reply September 1, 2018 at 1:09 am

    Hi! This is Kathrina from Cebu, Philippines. I’m interested in reselling these products here in Philippines. Could you contact my thru email ([email protected])? Thanks!

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