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  New Aloe Vera moisturiser just arrived in a 125mL pump bottle 

 "Distributors Wanted, Retailers Wanted & Bulk Suncare Buyers wanted world wide. 

Contact us about a sunscreen Fundraising kit to support your Club, School, Corporation, Event or Group"

      We currently have a very good price on pallets of sunscreen
Ask us what is new in After sun Aloe Vera gel Pump and tubes.
Australian Made and Owned Suncare Supplier
Trading since 1996 and supplying to the world.

Small Mini travel size Sunscreen, Bulk Sunscreen Tubes, Sunscreen Pump Tubs, Sunscreen Sprays in Cartons, Pallets, or Containers, with well over 20 years experience, we can look after you with quick to market suncare supplies that are Australian made & TGA approved.

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Sunsational Australian Made and Owned Sunscreen

Suppliers for many years of Australian made and owned sunscreen, Australian made Natural Insect Repellent, Australian made After Sun Aloe Vera Gel, Australian made Lip balm, Australian made, Zinc Sunscreen, and Colour Zinc Sticks in tubs, tubes, bottles, sprays, and sticks. 

20mL Travel Size Sunscreen, 50mL Sunscreen, 75mL Roll on Sunscreen, 100mL Sunscreen, 200mL Sunscreen Tube, 200mL Sunscreen Pump, 500mL Sunscreen, 1 Litre Pump Dispenser Sunscreen, 2.5 litre Pump Dispenser Sunscreen, 5 Litre Pump Dispenser Sunscreen, 10 Litre Pump Dispenser Sunscreen, 20 Litre pump Dispenser Sunscreen. 

Sunscreen display jars, sunscreen display boxes and Sunscreen sold here signs are given if required to help support customers knowing you supply Sunsational sunscreen and other products. 

We also supply Hand Sanitiser, Face Masks.

Please contact your local Sunsational sunscreen retailer, distributor in your country or email using the above "Contact Sunsational" button at the very top of this page. 

We like supporting groups in need so we have come up with a fundraising sunscreen kit and we will give you our profit to help, Email us for a "Sunscreen Fundraising kit" and any other information we can help with. sales@sunsational.com.au

For a price list of more information, please email sales@sunsational.com.au, or call 02 9664 1412

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History of "Sunsational Australian Made & Owned Sunscreen"

Sunsational sunscreen Australia started with just few employees working out of a small sunscreen warehouse in Sydney, Australia, decades later we have many crew with great passion, dedication, quality and service remain stronger than ever before.

The company started because people did not want to apply below average and over priced sunscreen that was on the market at the time.   

Working with our company as a sunscreen distributor, bulk sunscreen buyer, sunscreen retailer, or holding a sunscreen fundraiser you will find we still hold the same high standards and values.

High quality Australian made product with fast to market and reliable service with good advice and we do hold large amounts of stock.

Box, Carton, Pallet or Container amounts can be supplied long term.

Fundraising with Australian made Sunscreen:
Email us for a "Sunscreen Fundraising kit" and any other information we can help with: sales@sunsational.com.au or click on the contact us button at the very top of any page.  

Important Suncare advice:

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, with two out of three Australians developing some form of skin cancer during their lifetime.

Continuous exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UVR) may lead to premature ageing of the skin and eventually skin cancer. Using properly applied sunscreen of at least SPF 30 is an important preventative measure to help reduce these risks.

Sunscreen should be used in conjunction with other precautions such as:

  • Reducing the total amount of exposure to the sun, especially during the peak UV period (typically from 10am to 2pm local time)
  • Wearing appropriate sun protective clothing, including broad brim hats and sunglasses
  • Making use of shade.

The Australian standard has been revised for sunscreens, which now allow a SPF rating of 50+, however no sunscreens are 100% effective, and an SPF 50+ sunscreen is only ever so slightly (1.3%) more effective than one rated at SPF 30. Applying a sunscreen properly is much more important than whether it’s rated at SPF30 or SPF50+.

Sunscreen Effectiveness:

The effectiveness of sunscreens is dependent upon how thick and frequently the sunscreen is applied to the exposed skin.

This does not mean you need to put sunscreen on thick a clear and thick sunscreen will have similar protection.

Sunsational is made in Australia and is extremely effective sunscreen for sensitive skin of all types and ages.

How much should be applied?

The internationally accepted application thickness is about 2mg per square cm(1). It takes about 30ml (approximately six teaspoons) of sunscreen lotion to protect the entire body of an average adult. So a 120ml tube of sunscreen should only last four applications.

Sunscreen should be applied to all exposed areas of dry clean skin not covered by clothing at least 15 to 20 minutes before going outside and then reapplied to achieve a more optimum level of protection. The reapplication is necessary as most people don’t apply enough, resulting in only 20 – 50 per cent of the SPF rating.

Reapplication does not give additional protection but ensures that the stated protection is achievable.

People may still suffer sunburn after using high SPF rated sunscreen if they:

  • Apply insufficient amounts of sunscreen
  • Miss applying to an area of the skin resulting in overexposure while believing they are protected
  • Fail to immediately reapply sunscreen after swimming, heavy perspiration, or towelling dry
  • Fail to reapply sunscreen every 2 hours.

SPF Rating:

A sunscreen’s SPF "Sunscreen Protection Factor" rating indicates the level of protection provided against UVR = Ultra Violet Rays. It’s the ratio of the UV radiation dose required for perceivable sunburn on skin applied with the sunscreen compared to unexposed skin.

No sunscreen products including those with 50+ rating provide 100% protection against UV radiation.

Sunscreens sold in Australia must be labelled with an SPF of at least 4 to 50+. Sunscreens with less than SPF 15 offer low protection whilst SPF 50+ offers very high protection.

Sunscreen protection of SPF 30 for a fair skinned person provides 30 times more protection to the exposed skin; if the skin reddens without protection in 10 minutes, then applying SPF 30 sunscreen provides protection for up to 300 minutes if applied correctly.

The purpose of using sunscreens is to reduce UVR exposure, not to extend the time spent outside in the sun.

The following table shows that a broad spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 blocks 96.7% UVR and a SPF 50 blocks 98%. This is only a marginal increase in the UVR blocked by the sunscreen.

SPF % UVR Blocked
4 75
8 87.5
15 93.3
30 96.7
50 98

The composition of sunscreens:

Sunscreens may consist of, chemical absorbers, physical blockers or both Chemical absorbers are more popular due to the feel and look on the skin.

Chemical absorbers in sunscreen absorb the UV radiation and stop it from reaching the skin. The physical blockers (titanium dioxide and zinc oxide) are fine particles (in some cases nano particles) that stay on the surface of the skin to reflect and scatter UV radiation acting as a physical barrier. Generally physical blockers are considered safer by a small amount of people and not more effective than chemical absorbers for their broad spectrum UV radiation blocking ability as most would agree is similar in protection.

Physical blockers can sting eyes create rashes more than Chemical absorbers,

There has been concern regarding nano particles in physical blockers (Zinc and Titanium dioxide) being absorbed by the skin and harming living tissue. The TGA’s review(2) concluded that ‘the current weight of evidence suggests that nano particles do not reach viable skin cells and remain on the surface of the skin and the outer layer of the skin that is composed of non-viable cells’ Many think more research is required.

There may be short term effects from using sunscreen for people with sensitive skin. Short term effects may include skin irritation, stinging or a rash Sunsational sunscreen suggests to spot check any cream or spray put on your skin before using.

In Australia sunscreens can only be sold if they are listed on the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) and are compliant with the standard AS/NZS 2604:2012. Sunscreen active ingredients and maximum concentrations are approved by the TGA as being both safe and effective.

The revised sunscreen standard:

The revised Australian sunscreen standard (AS/NZS 2604:2012 ‘Sunscreen products – Evaluation and classification’) limits the maximum protection claimed on the labelling of sunscreen products to SPF 50+. The move to increase the SPF limit to 50+ was partly due to technological improvements in the composition of the sunscreens.

Sunscreens are available as either a primary or secondary sunscreen.

  • Primary sunscreens are a product primarily to be used to protect the skin from UV radiation.
  • Secondary sunscreens have a function other than skin protection from the sun whilst still providing some protection of the skin from UV radiation i.e. moisturisers, make-up, lip balm, anti-ageing, anti-wrinkle creams.

The major changes to the standard are:

  • The raising of the SPF limit to 50+
  • New method of measuring broad spectrum properties
  • Modification to the method of measurement of SPF to bring it in line with international practice
  • Changes to classification of sunscreens due to the new limits to SPF
  • New requirements for satisfying the claim of broad spectrum

Sunscreen manufacturers are unable to claim the terms ‘sunblock’, ‘waterproof’ and ‘sweat proof’ as these terms are considered to be potentially misleading. The maximum water resistance claimable is 4 hours for SPF 30 and above.


  • AS/NZS 2604:2012 ‘Sunscreen products – Evaluation and classification’
  • Department of Health and Ageing - Therapeutic Goods Administration.
    ‘A review of the scientific literature on the safety of nano particulate titanium dioxide or zinc oxide in sunscreens’
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  • Please consult your doctor if you have any concerns as soon as you can.


Encephalitis has reached Australia & is spread by Japanese mosquitoes

The side effects if a human is bitten is: head pain, unclear speech, very sleep, poor memory and in some cases death.

At the time of writing this one person in Australia had past away, it can not be passed on from human to human.

Wear long sleeve shirt and pants and apply personal insect repellent.

Go see your GP or the hospital emergency department as soon as you can.



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