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04:29 EDT 27th August 2014 | BioPortfolio

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For Sun protection: Apply on surfaces of skin, on face, arm and hand. SPF-15 provides the face and body skin with effective protection against harmful UVA and UVB rays. Use daily over moisture cream to help prevent premature aging and wrinkling due to prolonged exposure to the sun, reapply after swimming or excessive exercise.

Smear Lightly.

Warning: For external use only, not to be swallowed. Avoid contact with eye. Discontinue if signs of irritation or rash appear.

To Apply lightly.

Inactive Ingredients: SORBITAN SESQUIOLEATE, POLYSORBATE 60, CARBOMER 934, VITAMIN E ACETATE, STEARIC ACID, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, VITAMIN A PALMITATE, PROPYLPARABEN, Water.

Keep Out of the reach of children. Use on children under six months of age only with the advice of a physician.

OXYBENZONE and OCTINOXATE.

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Shine & Pretty (USA), Corp.

Active Ingredients

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