Cancer Council Face Day Wear Moisturiser Invisible Matte Zinc Lotion SPF 50+ 50.0ml

Cancer Council

Made in Australia

Cancer Council Face Day Wear Moisturiser Invisible Matte Zinc Lotion SPF 50+ 50.0ml

Cancer Council Face Day Wear Moisturiser Invisible Matte Zinc Lotion SPF 50+ 50.0ml

Cancer Council

Made in Australia

Regular price FJ$9.50
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 A lightweight, hydrating and zinc based sunscreen lotion to help prevent the visible signs of aging. Suitable for sensitive skin.

Quick Facts

  • Zinc based formula for sensitive skin types
  • Invisible, matte finish
  • Broad spectrum SPF 50+
  • UVA and UVB protection
  • Formulated with aloe vera and vitamin E to moisturise the skin
  • Lightweight, easy-to-apply
  • Tested for 4 hours water resistance
  • Fragrance and paraben free
  • Suitable for daily use to replace regular facial moisturisers
  • Dermatologically tested and suitable for sensitive skin
  • Made in Australia
Product expiry date: 30 April 2024

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Active Ingredients: Zinc Oxide 27% w/w
Preservatives: Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Sorbic Acid

• Apply liberally to all exposed areas 15 to 20 minutes before sun exposure
• Reapply frequently (at least every 2 hours) and immediately after swimming, excessive perspiration, towelling, or prolonged sun exposure

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