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FAQ Page

Do you have a question you want an answer to about our business or products? Below we've written the most 'frequently asked questions' people ask us on a day to day basis. Check then out below...


Q. What Is The Ingredients List That Your Sunscreen Made From?

A. Seagull Milk is made from premium Australian sourced ingredients that make up our innovative formulation. We use mineral based active ingredients that reflect the suns ultra violet rays in the most natural way possible, rather than using chemical UV absorbers that a lot of traditional sunscreens often contain.

Due to the innovation of our 'Non-Slip' formulation and in order to protect our brand we do not display or publish the full list of ingredients publicly. However, if you'd like to know if our sunscreen contains any particular ingredient/s, please send us a message via our 'contact us' page and we'll let you know if it's in our formulation!

Alternatively, below we've supplied a list of ingredients Seagull Milk is TOTALLY FREE from. We thank you in advance for your understanding in this matter. 

- Palm Oil

- Nano Particals

- Oxybenzone

- Octinoxate

- Homoslate

- Avobenzone

- Octocrylene

- Methylisothiazlione

- Petroleum Chemicals

- Parabens



Q. What's So Different About Your Sunscreen From The Rest?

A. There are a lot of unique benefits to using Seagull Milk that set it apart from most other sunscreens in the market place. Our main innovative feature (and one we've not found elsewhere) is that your skin won't be left feeling slippery and greasy after application! Once it's rubbed into your skin it will feel as though you are wearing no sunscreen at all, while still giving you the needed ultra violet sun protection that sunscreens are suppost to protect you aginst!

Q. Do You Have Bigger Sizes Than Your 100g Tube For Sale?

A. Unfortunately at this stage our sunscreen doesn't come in any size bigger than a 100g tube yet, however, as we grow and expand we will be looking to have it in 500g pump packs (as we have had A LOT of people inquire about it). If you too would like to see Seagull Milk in a 500g pump pack for either a commercial business or regular family use... shoot us through a message on our contact page to let us know it is of interest to you!

Q. How Do You Milk Seagulls To Make Your Sunscreen?

A. Believe it or not our sunscreen has absolutely nothing to do with seagulls or their milk at all, so no, we don't milk seagulls at all to make our sunscreen! We think it a pretty catchy and original name, if we do say so ourselves. Seagull Milk first originated on a trip to Byron Bay where our 15-year old founder was brainstorming potential names to call his sunscreen with his friends before heading out for a surf.

Q. What Does It Mean If My Seagull Milk Is No Longer Pure White?

If your sunscreen seems to have a slight 'grey' colouring, you don't need to worry! The vanilla fragrance in our formula will eventually darken making the sunscreen not look pure white. This won't affect what it will look like on your skin once rubbed in and does absolutely no damage to the formulation or sunscreens performance under the sun!

Q. Are Your Products Professionally Tested And Certified?

A. You bet! Seagull Milk is a sunscreen (classified as a therapeutic product), so by the Australian Law it must be tested before being sold, ensuring it is safe to use and meets the high regulation of the TGA (therapeutic goods association). 

Q. Where Are Your Products Made?

A. Our sunscreen is developed and made in Australia.

Q. How Long Is The Shelf Life And How Should I Store Seagull Milk?

A. Seagull Milk has a shelf life of up to 2 years, so you can use it for a long time without it being affected and 'going off'. As stated on the tube, Seagull Milk should be stored under 30ºc (degrees celcius) and out of direct sunlight to protect the tube shape and formulation inside. The tube however, is made from a 5 layered design meaning that the formulation has maximum protection from external variants such as direct heat.