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Insect Repellent Sunscreen SPF30

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Insect Repellent Sunscreen SPF30

$13.95

Insect Repellent Sunscreen SPF30

110ml Tube Repel 30+
$13.95

Product Description-

A dual-use sunscreen lotion that will save you from sun burn and also has active ingredients that repel annoying insects such as flies and mosquitoes.

  • SPF30 protection
  • Broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection
  • A dual purpose product combining sun protection and insect repellent
  • Sunscreen lotion that contains insect repellent
  • Protects from sun and repels annoying flies and mosquitoes
  • 2 hours water resistant

Made in Australia. 

 

Ingredients+

Preservatives:
Phenoxyethanol, Hydroxbenzoates, Diazolidinyurea

Actives:
Octyl Methoxycinnamate 70mg/g, Zinc Oxide (Non-Nano) 60mg/g, 4-Methylbenzylidene Camphor 10mg/g. Repellents: Diethyl Toluamide, N-Octylbicylcoheptene Dicarboximide, Pyrethrins, Piperonyl Butoxide.

How to Apply+

Directions:

Apply sunscreen liberally and evenly to dry skin at least 15-20 minutes before going out into the sun. On an average sized adult, approximately 35ml should be applied. This is the equivalent of 1 teaspoon of sunscreen to each arm, leg, front of body, back of body and face (including neck and ears).

 

Important note:
To ensure adequate protection, Cancer Council recommends all sunscreens be re-applied every 2 hours or after swimming, exercising and towel drying.

Avoid prolonged sun exposure and always wear protective clothing, a broad-brim hat and sunglasses when out in the sun. For more advice about sun protection and babies, also see our specially formulated Kids Sunscreen. All proceeds from our sunscreen sales stay in Australia to fund cancer research, prevention and support programs. Visit SunSmart for more on UV exposure.

 

Caution:
Avoid contact with eyes (rinse thoroughly with water if contact occurs). For sensitive skin, test product for any skin irritation on a small area of skin. If skin irritation of rash develops discontinue use and seek medical advice.