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Safe Sea™️ is a unique sun protection product, not only protecting you against the harmful sun-rays but, also clinically proven to protect you from different sea stingers

Safe Sea™ Anti Jellyfish Sting Blocking Products


Why is Safe Sea lotion so special?

Safe Sea™ is the only sunscreen that protects your skin against jellyfish stings, sea lice rash and swimmers itch.

Our unique product helps keeping ocean lovers in the water and out of agony.

Safe Sea’s® unique formula combined with our sun-ray UVA/UVB SPF protection, provides the perfect solution for a day at the beach.

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The Only Sunscreen that protects from UVA/UVB and Jellyfish Stings





You can expect every Safe Sea product to be:

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The proprietary Safe Sea® formula is dermatologist tested to be hypo-allergenic, does not clog pores, and includes vitamins B and E to keep skin soft and hydrated, good for children and adults with sensitive skin.

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Safe Sea® is very water resistant and clinical tests show that most of the effective ingredients will last more time than other lotions.

Safe Sea Protects From UV/UVA


Laboratory testing proves Safe Sea® SPF and sting inhibitor protect its users from UVA/UVB Sun-Rays.

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Customers Reviews - Safe Sea Products

If you or anyone you travel with is sensitive to “sea bather’s eruption,” which is an allergic reaction to the larvae of certain jellyfish, you know how aggravating it can be. (Red itchy rash, usually under the suit, after emerging from the ocean and rinsing in fresh water.) This stuff really works. My girlfriend was very sensitive to these stings, but when she used this in the Caribbean on repeated occasions she had no trouble at all. Definitely worth the investment. I only wish they’d sell it in 3 oz bottles rather than 4 so you could carry it on more easily.
Thomas J. Quinn, AMAZON
A miracle worker
I purchased this to prevent swimmers itch in a northern Michigan Lake. I had used other products marketed specifically to prevent swimmers itch. None worked on my grandchildren consistently. I found Safe Sea on Amazon after Goggling prevention for swimmers itch. It has worked consistently for two weeks now. It applies easily. It is not thick and heavy, nor does it smell bad. It is also a sun screen. It ran a few dollars less than the other products I purchased. Although I was prepared to pay more for something that worked. An observation I made while wearing Safe Sea. The lake we live at has so many tiny minnows. They will nibble at your feet and legs if you stop walking.While wearing Safe Sea the minnows circle my feet and legs but do not nibble.The nibble is nothing more than a slight tickle.
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Nanster, AMAZON
Works for Swimmers Itch in fresh water lake!
We travel to the Gulf Coast of Florida (Clearwater/Tampa) several times each year and it never fails that I am always hit with an onslaught of sea lice. I can’t resist the call of the sea but then suffer on the verge of insanity for the next two weeks, covered in itchy welts. We just spent two days at the beach and I ended up with a total of 3-4 bites and they’re only mildly itchy. Definitely worth the price.
Amy Irving, AMAZON
I can't recommend this highly enough
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Australia’s ‘stinger net’ program is a public health measure that uses nets to protect swimmers from jellyfish stings. The program is in effect from November to May each year, and covers over 100 beaches across Australia. Stinger nets are highly effective at reducing the risk of jellyfish stings, and have helped to make Australia’s beaches safer for swimmers.

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Visitors to the beaches of Phuket were recently warned about jellyfish in the waters. Signs have been posted at various beaches along the west coast, cautioning tourists about the increase in jellyfish stings. The Phuket Marine Resources Conservation Center and local administration organizations have been working together to bolster lifeguard stations with extra bottles of vinegar and other medical supplies to help provide treatment for stings.

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Frequently asked questions about Safe Sea® lotion

Safe Sea® products are clinically tested to prevent stings of most jellyfish (including Atlantic Box jellyfish and Rhopilema), Sea Nettle, and Seabathers Eruption (commonly known as sea lice). All of these belong to the Cnidarian family, and each shares the same stinging mechanism. Safe Sea targets this stinging mechanism, not the individual jellyfish. So all members of the species will have an extremely difficult time getting past Safe Sea.

All varieties of Safe Sea® are approved for use on children six months of age and older.  The SPF50+ Kids variety contains an alternate sunscreen formula which is less likely to cause a reaction on children with sensitive skin.  We do not recommend using the lotion on babies younger than six months old.

Safe Sea® sting prevention lotion is available in some surf shops seasonally. However, it can be nearly hard to find, and your safest option is to order directly online if you need it by a specific date. It is not currently available at any major retailer.

Safe Sea is sold in 20 countries and it depends on the local jellyfish season, among them are: U.S.A, U.K, Japan, France, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Holland, Sweden, Greece, Korea, Israel, Thailand, Argentina, Chile

Jellyfish repellent is a unique formula of Safe Sea® lotion with an unusual texture that can stop stinging tentacles from sticking to the skin.

you can prevent sea lice with safe sea lotion.

No regular sunscreen can prevent jellyfish stings, but ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ may offer some protection.

Using products like ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ and wearing protective clothing can prevent jellyfish stings.

Using ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ on your face along with a full-face mask or goggles can provide protection.

Yes, ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ acts as a jellyfish repellent by inhibiting the stinging mechanism.

Aloe vera gel can soothe the skin after a jellyfish sting, but the venom can be more effectively neutralized with ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’.

Yes, ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can help mitigate the effect of jellyfish stings.

Vinegar neutralizes the venom from a jellyfish sting, preventing more venom from being discharged. Use of ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ before exposure can further decrease chances of a sting.

Jellyfish use their tentacles, lined with stinging cells, to protect themselves. ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can help inhibit these stinging cells.

Vinegar is often used to neutralize jellyfish venom. ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can prevent stings by inhibiting the stinging mechanism.

Some jellyfish can sting through clothing, which is why it’s beneficial to apply ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ underneath protective clothing.

Jellyfish don’t intentionally choose to sting you; stings are typically a defense mechanism. Wearing ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can help prevent these unintentional stings.

First, remove yourself from the water, then rinse with vinegar and remove any visible tentacles. Apply ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ beforehand to reduce chances of a sting.

Sea water may sting due to salt or other elements if your skin is sensitive or broken. Applying a skin-protecting sunscreen like ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can help.

You might be encountering sea lice, jellyfish larva or other stinging creatures. Wearing ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can provide some protection against jellyfish stings.

There’s no scientific evidence that toothpaste helps with jellyfish stings. However, ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can inhibit stinging cells.

Some jellyfish can sting through a swimsuit. Apply ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ for added protection.

No, urine does not neutralize jellyfish venom and can even make it worse. Instead, use vinegar or a product like ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ to inhibit stinging.

Turtles, sharks, and certain species of fish are known to eat jellyfish. Using ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can help humans avoid their stings.

Jellyfish season varies by region. To protect yourself year-round, consider using ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’.

Vaseline won’t neutralize the venom from a jellyfish sting. Use vinegar and products like ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ for better protection.

Lemon juice can trigger the release of more venom from the stinging cells. ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can help prevent stings.

Heat is generally recommended to treat a jellyfish sting as it can inactivate the venom. ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can help prevent these stings in the first place.

Over-the-counter creams with hydrocortisone can help with itching. To prevent stings, consider ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’.

‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ is an example of an anti-jellyfish cream. It helps prevent stings by inhibiting the stinging mechanism of jellyfish.

Vinegar is a common household item used to treat jellyfish stings. For prevention, consider using ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’.

There’s no scientific evidence that Coca-Cola helps with jellyfish stings. ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ is a proven preventative measure.

No, rubbing sand on a jellyfish sting can trigger more venom release. Use vinegar and ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ for better protection.

Banana Boat has a range of reef-safe sunscreens. For jellyfish protection, use ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’.

Sunscreens containing oxybenzone, octinoxate, and some other chemicals are not reef-safe. ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ is a reef-safe option.

The pain of a jellyfish sting varies by species and individual sensitivity. Use ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ to reduce the chances of a sting.

Jellyfish play roles in the food chain and nutrient cycling. ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ allows humans to safely coexist with them in the water.

The box jellyfish is considered the most deadly.

No, salt does not help with jellyfish stings and can make them worse. Consider using ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ for protection.

Hot water can inactivate jellyfish venom, providing relief. Applying ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ beforehand can decrease chances of a sting.

Full-body swimsuits or rash guards offer protection against jellyfish. ‘Safe Sea Anti-Jellyfish Sunscreen’ can also be used for added protection.

Rashguards can provide some protection, but some jellyfish can sting through them. Use ‘Safe Sea Anti jellyfish for the best protection 


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