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Stokoderm Sun Protection Cream SPF30 30ML

Stokoderm Sun Protection Cream SPF30 30ML

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Stokoderm Sun Protection Cream SPF30 30ML. Dye/Colorant-Free. Perfume-Free. Suitable for face. Whole Body Use. Suitable for UV-A and UV-B Sun Rays. Suitable for UV-C Artificial Rays (e.g. welding arc)

Code: 659263


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£2.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£3.59 inc. VAT
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Stokoderm Sun Protection Cream SPF30 30ML

Stokoderm Sun Protection Cream SPF30 30ML. 

UVB 30 High protection -Sun Protection Factor of 30 prolongs the skin's natural protection time against the sun's UVB rays by a factor of 30.

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.

Water resistant formula -Withstands perspiration or immersion in water; ideal for outdoor workers.

Non greasy after feel -Quickly and easily absorbs into the skin to encourage regular use and not affect dexterity with hand held tools.

Cares for skin -Contains vitamin E, jojoba oil, cocoa butter, panthenol, caprylic/capric triglyceride and glycerin which help to soothe and condition the skin.

Perfume-free -No added perfume. Ideal for people who are sensitive to perfumes and prefer products which do not have perfume added.

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Manufacturer Code SUN30ML

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