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SPC1L Stokoderm Sun Protection Cream SPF50 - 1 Litre

SPC1L Stokoderm Sun Protection Cream SPF50 - 1 Litre

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UVB 50 High performance - SPF 50 provides 50 times the skin's normal protection against the sun's UVB rays. UVA Protection - conforms to the European recommendation for providing protection against the harmful effects of UVA rays. UVC Protection - provides additional protection against UVC rays as created artificially during certain industrial processes, such as arc welding. Does not replace personal protective equipment.

Code: 494687


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£19.15 Each (ex. VAT)

£22.98 inc. VAT
Size 1 Litre, Colour Black
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SPC1L Stokoderm Sun Protection Cream SPF50 - 1 Litre

UVB 50 High performance - SPF 50 provides 50 times the skin’s normal protection against the sun’s UVB rays. UVA Protection - conforms to the European recommendation for providing protection against the harmful effects of UVA rays. UVC Protection - provides additional protection against UVC rays as created artificially during certain industrial processes, such as arc welding. Does not replace personal protective equipment.

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Manufacturer DEB
Manufacturer Code SPC1L

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