Sunday, October 21, 2012

Stay wet and spray on NEUTROGENA® Wet Skin Sunscreen Spray

Stay wet and spray on NEUTROGENA® Wet Skin Sunscreen Spray

The team at NEUTROGENA® are always working on protecting the skin from the UV rays, this time they want to protect your skin before you even reach for a towelhe moment you come out the surf or the swimming pool, they are waiting to protect your whole body. Wet Skin Sunscreen Spray is the first sunscreen in Australia designed to be applied directly to wet skin. For the last 4 years NEUTROGENA® has delivered strong innovation in the sunscreen category with stabilised HELIOPLEX®

Conditions at the pool, beach or in a humid climates makes the skin wet and can make sunprotection application difficult. NEUTROGENA®Wet Skin Sunscreen Spray with HELIOPLEX® is specially formulated to be applied to wet skin for sun protection. When applied to wet skin, ordinary sunblock can whiten and slide off but with  NEUTROGENA®  Wet Skin Sunscreen Spray instantly cuts through water to form a protective barrier. This product features HELIOPLEX®  a breadth of stabilized sunscreen technologies that delivers superior protection from the sun.

This sun protection product is oil-free,  sweat resistant, hypoallergenic waterproof , 4 hours water resistant with very high protection on wet and dry skin,

Directions for the best results, apply 15-30 minutes before sun exposure. Hold can 4-6 inches away from body and apply liberally, spraying slowly and evenly until product is visible on skin. Can be applied directly to wet skin. Reapply after swimming, excessive perspiration, towel drying or extended sun exposure. Do not apply in windy conditions. Do not spray into face. Spray into hand and apply to the face. Use in well ventilated areas. RRP $14.99

NEUTROGENA®  challenging themselves to deliver the highest protection for the Australian sun. Doctors and their professional organizations stress the importance of sunscreen reapplication to prevent sunburn. The Skin Cancer Foundation Australia advises: “Reapplication of sunscreen is just as important as putting it on in the first place, so reapply the same amount every two hours.” 

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