Don’t Get Burned this Spring Break with Safe,Natural Sun Protection from Elemental Herbs®Headed to sunnier sections of the country this spring break? Don’t forget protection… Safe, all-natural sun protection, that is.Elemental Herbs, maker of organic, herbal-based sun care products has skin covered with several beach bag-worthy items for eager sun seekers.All made using nature’s safest sun protectant ingredient – non-nano zinc oxide – these spring break essentials save skin from sunburn without exposing it to harmful chemicals.Elemental Herbs Sunstick: This compact, travel-friendly SPF 30 sunscreen stick keeps hands mess-free with an easy-to-apply, twist applicator. Ideal for the ears, neck and face, the coral-reef-safe, zinc-based formula goes on completely clear and includes a host of rich, skin-saving certified organic oils, including jojoba, coconut and avocado. Available in coconut and unscented varieties. MSRP: $7.99All Good Lips™ Tinted Lip Balms: Inspired by “wild” places and colored with natural minerals, these SPF 18 tinted lip balms keep pouts protected and pretty – from the beach to the bar and everywhere in between. The zinc-based active beauty tints smooth and soothe with organic herbs and oils and offer a refreshing hint of natural peppermint flavor. Available in six* gorgeous hues, from subtle Barnabe Rose to sultry Maroon Creek. MSRP: $4.99 each or $25 for a six-pack *Pacific Mist is a clear, non SPF shimmer.Located in Morro Bay, CA, and founded by Caroline Duell in 2006, Elemental Herbs inspires people to live in balance with nature by offering organic herbal-based healing formulas including All Good Goop™ healing balm, All Good Lips™ lip balms, Herbal Cool™ pain relief spray, Sunscreen Sport™ and Zinc Sunstick sunscreens. The company endorses the campaign for safe cosmetics by testing its products on humans rather than on animals. The products are available online and at 1,500+ retailers nationwide, including health food stores, outdoor sports shops and high-end gift shops. www.elementalherbs.comFor media inquiries, contact Karen Beaudin at On the Horizon Communications: 805.773.1000;firstname.lastname@example.org.