silk spf

hybrid (chemical + mineral) sunscreen


Tested by over 1,964 community members, our SPF 30 hybrid formula blends into skin easily, boosts hydration, and works well with blemish-prone skin. this lightweight, broad-spectrum sunscreen protects skin from UVA/UVB rays and environmental stressors. 

  • 95% said it blended well into their skin*
  • 93% said it improved hydration*
  • 92% said it works well with skin tone*
  • 97% had no sensitivity or reactions*
  • 95% said it was suitable for blemish-prone skin*

*based on two separate consumer studies with a combined total of 521 respondents with a wide variety of skin tones

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zinc oxide at 10.5%

mineral sunscreen filter protects skin from UVA & UVB rays

homosalate at 10% 

chemical sunscreen filter protects skin from UVB rays

banana blossom 

rich in polysaccharides to hydrate and help support the skin barrier’s ability to retain moisture

  • Helps protect skin against sunburn, skin damage, early aging, and environmental stress
  • Defends skin against damage from sun and pollution
  • Leaves a dewy but non-greasy or sticky finish

“i cannot get over this product! it is so easy to apply and absorbs into the skin very nicely. after application, my skin looks so dewy but isn’t greasy or oily. this product leaves my skin super soft and i also find it helps to calm my skin and decrease redness. this product is a dream!!”

shelby b.

Apply generously 15 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply at least every 2 hours. Use a water-resistant sunscreen if swimming or sweating.

suggested AM routine

  • cleanse
  • tone
  • serum
  • moisturizer or oil
  • silk spf

how to recycle

  • Twist off the cap and cut open the top of the tube (made with 30% post-consumer recycled content), rinse well, and toss the tube in your recycling bin. Toss out the cap.

“I love everything Cocokind, especially this sunscreen. It’s so gentle and it feels light on my skin. The quality of the products at an accessible price point and the company’s sustainable practices are why I’ve been a loyal customer for years.”

zinc oxide, homosalate

caprylic/capric triglyceride, coconut alkanes, coco-caprylate/caprate, lecithin

musa sapientum (banana) flower extract, glycerin

hydroxyethylcellulose, xanthan gum, isostearic acid

disodium phosphate, sodium phosphate, citric acid


glyceryl stearate se, polyhydroxystearic acid, polyglyceryl-3 polyricinoleate

caprylyl glycol, decyl glucoside, caprylhydroxamic acid, sodium benzoate

oryza sativa starch

carbon emissions (CO2e)


40 uses / tube | 1 use = 1/4 tsp / 1.2g

  • pre manufacturing .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .   10.1g
  • production .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .   0.7g
  • distribution .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .   1.3g
  • end of life .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .   0.1g

How this relates to daily life

  • Coffee to go

    600g / 8oz
  • Commuting alone

    404g / mile
  • Cotton tshirt

    4340g / shirt
  • Water bottle

    358g / bottle


made with ethical labor practices

made in California



materials: monolayer PE plastic 70% virgin + 30% PCR

recyclability 100%


materials: virgin HDPE plastic

recyclability 0%


materials: FSC paper with soy ink and water-based coating

recyclability 100%

Frequently asked questions

Sunscreen filters, or active ingredients in sunscreens to protect skin from UV rays, are broken into two categories: mineral and chemical. Mineral sunscreen, also called physical sunscreens, are better tolerated by sensitive skin types, but can make sunscreens feel heavier and leave a whitecast on skin. Chemical sunscreens generally look invisible on skin and feel more cosmetically elegant and lightweight, but can be less tolerated by sensitive skin types. A hybrid sunscreen uses both to maximize the pros and minimize the cons of each filter. Hybrid sunscreens are usually well-tolerated by sensitive skin types, feel cosmetically elegant, and have less whitecast.

Whatever sunscreen meets your skin’s unique needs, your personal preferences, and that you enjoy wearing and will apply! Our Silk SPF is lightweight and leaves a reduced whitecast. We recommended our Daily SPF lotion for those with sensitive skin types or are looking for a mineral-only option.

We use homosalate as the chemical filter in the Silk SPF.

Both the Silk SPF and Daily SPF were formulated to be gentle, clinically tested, and dermatologist reviewed to ensure they’re non-irritating. We still always recommend a patch test to confirm compatibility because everyone has unique skin and concerns.

Both sunscreens work well for blemish-prone skin and choosing between the two depends on your unique skin needs. The Silk SPF is a great option because it’s lightweight and doesn’t feel heavy, whereas the Daily SPF may be better if you are blemish-prone and have sensitive skin. We still always recommend a patch test to confirm your own skin’s compatibility.

Unfortunately research supports that all sunscreen filters have some degree of effect on the ocean, including high concentrations of mineral or chemical filters. Currently, the filters we are using, non-nano zinc oxide (mineral) and homosalate (chemical) are not on any state’s banned list like oxybenzone and octinoxate, and we will continue to monitor research that comes out on SPF products’ impact on coral reef safety.

As sunscreen is considered an OTC (over the counter) drug, we recommend talking to your doctor and to see if this product works for your individual needs while pregnant or breastfeeding. Research is generally not performed on pregnant women, so there isn’t a hard answer or solid evidence on its effects of use during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Homosalate is a derivative of salicylic acid, which some people avoid during pregnancy, so again it’s important to talk to your doctor. We would recommend you taking a look at our daily SPF, which is a mineral-only sunscreen!

Both the Silk SPF and Daily SPF were formulated to be gentle and clinically tested and dermatologist-reviewed to ensure they’re non-irritating. However, mineral SPFs are typically preferred by dermatologists for use on children, so we would recommend our Daily SPF. We still always recommend talking to your pediatrician and doing a patch test to ensure compatibility.

Both the Silk SPF and Daily SPF are vegan, cruelty-free, and gluten-free.