FAQ

Is there a specific ingredient in Banana Boat products that causes allergic reactions?

There is no way to isolate any specific ingredient as there are a number of different factors that can cause a reaction. For some people, their sensitivity to an ingredient can be triggered or exacerbated by the sun.

Banana Boat follows all guidelines established by the International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients Process (NCI). Our products are fully labeled to meet Health Canada regulations and are tested for the potential to cause allergic reactions before the product is sold at the retail level.

We recommend consumers check the ingredients listed on the label. The ingredients in our products are disclosed on the labels using ingredient names assigned by experts and recognized by governments around the world. We do not knowingly add to our products common food allergens such as tree nuts, peanuts, eggs, soy, wheat, fish, dairy, or gluten and we do not knowingly add any of these allergens. However, we always recommend that consumers who have such sensitivities consult their physician about the possibility of sensitivity to certain ingredients.


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