Every purchase of MelanSol® helps somebody in the world...
June 18, 2013-- Oceana Naturals, LLC, the distributor for MelanSol® 100% Natural Skin Care, has partnered with the Central Gulf Coast Bay Area Food Bank to give 50 cents from each MelanSol® natural sunscreen, natural moisturizer, and sunburn relief gel product sold to help feed hungry children, hurting familes and struggling seniors.As of May 31, 2013, MelanSol® sales have helped feed over 1375 people.
March 1, 2013--Donated 1% of PureSunscreen.com 2012 MelanSol® revenue to The Gabby Wild Foundation, Inc., which helps save endangered species around the world from disappearing forever.
December 19, 2012--Donated 34- 6 oz bottles of SPF 20 to Habilitat, in Oahu, Hawaii.
September 17, 2012--We donated 30-2 oz. bottles of MelanSol® Sunscreen SPF 20 to the Freedom Waters Foundation’s (FWF) Heels and Reels Fishing Tournament. MelanSol® sunscreen will help the young girls participating in the event protect their skin while fishing. Visit the following link for more information--www.freedonwatersfoundation.org
FWF is a non profit with the following mission: Enhancing lives through boating opportunities and marine related activities for people with disabilities, life threatening illnesses, youth at risk and others with special needs.
July, 2012--We donated $300.00 from some of our June MelanSol® sales to The Gabby Wild Foundation. You can read about The Gabby Wild Foundation and their work around the world here.
A drug and alcohol rehabilitation program located in on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. We donate MelanSol sunscreen to help participants protect their skin while working under the beautiful Hawaiian sun.
Founded by Getrude Matshe, this amazing organization changes lives! Sales of MelanSol® joyfully support this organization and invite you to do the same. For $5.00 a month an aids orphan can be fed and educated. Click here to learn more.
December, 2011: Our first contribution helped fund the drilling of a bore hole in a small village in Zimbabwe, Africa. Bore Holes are wells that bring precious water to an entire village—water we often take for granted.