The Cancer Society of New Zealand is proud to add three new SPF50+ sunscreen products to our very successful range.  The formulations are dermatologically approved and paraben free.  Two products – SPF50+ Everyday 175gm Aerosol and SPF50+ Invisible Protect 200mL Spray - are innovative, easy to apply, quick-drying and look great.  The third, SPF50+ Kids Pure 400mL is another addition to an already popular range but in a convenient family sized pack just in time for summer!

While the SPF number is higher it’s not a suit of armour, Sunscreen needs to be applied generously at least 20 minutes before going outside and re-applied every two hours after excessive sweating, swimming or being rubbed off.  Use sunscreen in conjunction with other sunsmart messaging such as protective clothing, a broad-brimmed hat, sunglasses and shade.

SOME SUNSCREEN THINGS TO THINK ABOUT


What you really need to know about sunscreen

From the ‘In the Know’ segment from Fair Go - to view click on the following link:
http://tvnz.co.nz/fair-go/you-really-need-know-sunscreen-video-5858499


How the sun sees you


 

AWARDS

We have won again!

2014 OHbaby! Awards
GOLD WINNER – BEST CHILDREN'S SUNSCREEN
SPF50+ Kids Pure

The New Zealand Woman’s Weekly
Reader’s Choice Beauty Awards 2013
BEST SUNSCREEN

Consumer NZ
TOP PROTECTION SUNSCREEN 2013
SPF50+ Active

This is an amazing achievement for our brand and thank you to all who voted and continue to support the Cancer Society of New Zealand Inc. –  your support is invaluable.

Homepage 2014

Homepage 2014

The Cancer Society of NZ is proud to add three new SPF50+ sunscreen products to our very successful range.  The formulations are dermatologically approved and paraben free.  Two products – SPF50+ Everyday 175gm Aerosol and SPF50+ Invisible Protect 200mL Spray is innovative, easy to apply, quick-drying and look great.  The third, SPF50+ Kids Pure 400mL is another addition to an already popular range but in a convenient family sized pack just in time for summer!

While the SPF number is higher it’s not a suit of armour, it needs to be applied just as generously at least 20 minutes before going outside and re-applied every two hours after excessive sweating, swimming or being rubbed off.  Use sunscreen in conjunction with other sunsmart messaging such as protective clothing, a broad-brimmed hat, sunglasses and shade.

SOME SUNSCREEN THINGS TO THINK ABOUT


What you really need to know about sunscreen

From the ‘In the Know’ segment from Fair Go - to view click on the following link:
http://tvnz.co.nz/fair-go/you-really-need-know-sunscreen-video-5858499


How the sun sees you


 

AWARDS

We have won again!

2014 OHbaby! Awards
GOLD WINNER – BEST CHILDREN'S SUNSCREEN
SPF50+ Kids Pure

The New Zealand Woman’s Weekly
Reader’s Choice Beauty Awards 2013
BEST SUNSCREEN

Consumer NZ
TOP PROTECTION SUNSCREEN 2013
SPF50+ Active

This is an amazing achievement for our brand and thank you to all who voted and continues to support the Cancer Society of New Zealand Inc., – Your support is invaluable.

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CONTACT

CONTACT

Daffodil Enterprises Limited

(The commercial arm of the Cancer Society of New Zealand Inc.)
Level 2, Red Cross House
69 Molesworth Street
Thorndon
P O Box 12700
Wellington 6144

For comments, orders or enquiries about any of our products please contact Daffodil Enterprises Ltd by either:
New Zealand Only
Free Phone 0508 477 330 or (04) 494-7279
Or email: fem@cancer.org.nz or products@cancer.org.nz


Distributor

API Consumer Brands

14 – 16 Norman Spencer Drive
P O Box 76 401
Manukau City
AUCKLAND 2241

Free Phone 0508 776 746
Or Free Fax 0508 776 329

Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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TECHNICAL

TECHNICAL

If you need more information about a specific formula, please contact us on 0508 477 330.

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FAQs 2014

FAQs 2014

Sunscreen - Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I use sunscreen?

New Zealand has the highest rate of melanoma (the most dangerous type of skin cancer) in the world. Other types of skin cancers are also very common in New Zealand. You can reduce your risk of skin cancer by using sunscreen the right way. It will provide a screen or filter from the sun's rays.

Using sunscreen is one of five steps you can take to be SunSmart.

How can I be SunSmart?

You can be SunSmart by following these five simple steps from September to April, especially between 10am to 4pm:
  1.  Slip – on sun-protective clothing
  2.  Slop – on Broad Spectrum Sun Protection Factor (SPF) at least 30+ or higher sunscreen
  3.  Slap – on a broad-brimmed hat that protects your face, head, neck and ears
  4.  Wrap – on sun glasses
  5.  Stay – in the shade wherever possible

Being outside and unprotected when Ultra Violet radiation levels are 3 or above increase the risk of skin cancer.   Reapply sunscreen every two hours. Check the label on the back of your bottle of sunscreen for more information.

What type of sunscreen should I buy?

Use sunscreen that protects you from both UVA and UVB radiation. Choose a UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum sunscreen SPF30+ or higher.  We recommend sunscreens labelled AS/NZS 2604.

What does SPF stand for?

SPF means ‘Sun Protection Factor’.  It is a measure of how well it protects the skin from sunburn. You need to use lots of sunscreen to be protected in the way your sunscreen says it will on its label.

What does Broad Spectrum mean?

Broad spectrum means your sunscreen filters both UVA and UVB radiation.

What is the difference between SPF30 and SPF50+ sunscreen?

When you follow the instructions on the label, SPF30 filters 96.7% of UV radiation.  SPF50+ filters 98% of UV radiation.  Both SPF30 and SPF50+ provide excellent protection as long as they are applied properly.

Should I use old sunscreen?

There is no need to throw away your SPF30+ or SPF30 sunscreen providing they are Broad Spectrum, water resistant and have not passed their expiry date.

When should I use sunscreen?

Use sunscreen on uncovered skin when you’re outside, between September and April when the UV Index is 3 or above.

You can find out what the day’s UV level is by looking at the UV Index on the NIWA website –
http://www.niwa.co.nz/our-services/online-services/uv-and-ozone/todays-uv-index
www.niwa.co.nz/our-services/online-services/uv-and-ozone/forecasts

You need to use sunscreen when you are in the mountains during winter. If you are skiing, tramping or mountain climbing you need sun protection. Snow and ice reflect UV radiation and can damage your skin and eyes.

How can I ensure I am protected from the sun’s UV rays?

Check the UV Index on the NIWA website every day and protect your skin between 10am and 4pm (when UV levels are 3 or above) between September and April, even when you are in the sun for short periods.

Slip, Slop, Slap, Wrap and Stay in the shade during the sun protection times. If the UV forecast is below 3, aim for at least 20 minutes outside in the midday winter sun. Uncover your skin  by wearing short sleeves or rolling up your sleeves – the more skin you have exposed to the sun, the more vitamin D you’ll make!

Why should I apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before I go outside?

For best protection, apply your sunscreen at least 20 minutes before you go outside. This gives the sunscreen time to form a physical barrier (a cover) on the skin.

Does a tan naturally protect you from the sun?

A tan does not protect against DNA and skin damage or premature ageing. It is a sign that your skin cells are trying to protect themselves from UV damage.  It is not a sign of good healthy skin.

Is it possible to get sunburn on cloudy or cool days?

Yes. You can get sunburnt on cloudy days because UV radiation can go through some clouds, and may be even stronger because it is reflected from the bottom of the clouds Sunburn is caused by UV radiation, not temperature, therefore, even on a cooler day in summer, the UV level can be intense.  .

I’m sunburnt, what should I do?

Sunburn at any age, whether serious or mild, can cause permanent and irreversible skin damage that can cause skin cancer later in life. Your lifetime of ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure, together with the number of severe sunburns, increases your risk of cancer.

There is no cure for sunburn except time and patience. Treatment aims to help manage the symptoms while the body heals.  We suggest you
  •  drink plenty of water to recover from dehydration as well as the sunburn
  •  gently apply cool or cold compresses. Alternatively, bathe the affected area in cool water
  •  avoid using spa because this may irritate the affected skin.
  •  do not apply butter to sunburnt skin.
  •  talk to your local pharmacist about products that help soothe sunburn.
  •  don’t pop blisters and resist the temptation to pick at the skin.  Cover itchy blisters with a wound
  •  dressing to reduce the risk of infection.
  •  moisturise the skin – this will help boost the moisture content of the skin beneath but won’t stop
      the skin from peeling off.
  •  take over-the-counter painkillers, if necessary.
  •  keep out of the sun until every last sign of sunburn has gone.
  •  apply antiseptic cream to new skin to reduce the risk of infection.
  •  you should see your doctor or seek treatment from your nearest hospital emergency department if you
      experience symptoms including;
      o  severe sunburn with blistering over large areas of the body and pain
      o  sunburn over a large area
      o   headache
      o  nausea and vomiting
      o  fever
      o  dizziness

Sunburn prevention is best. Use a combination of ways to protect yourself from the sun.

Can children apply their own sunscreen?

It depends on your child’s age and how responsible they are. The Cancer Society suggests you supervise young children while they apply the sunscreen.

Is it safe to apply sunscreen to babies?

Be careful about using sunscreen on babies under 1 year of age. Keep babies out of the sun where possible.  For further information please read Sun Protection for Babies and Toddlers - ..\..\Info Sheets\IS_babies  toddlers_15Aug2012.pdf

How much sunscreen should I use?

Use a generous amount of sunscreen.  The average-sized adult should apply, at least, ½ teaspoon to each arm and ½ teaspoon for your face, ears and neck and, at least, a teaspoon on each leg. If your body is exposed use a teaspoon on your front and back. That is, approximately, 35mL for one full body application.

Should I put more sunscreen on during the day?

You should reapply your sunscreen, at least, every 2 hours or more often when swimming or sweating from September to April.

From September to April stay in the shade as much as you can. If you can’t do this – follow the SunSmart steps (slip, slop, slap, wrap)

Will sunscreen damage my skin?

Before using a sunscreen, try a patch test. Put a small amount behind your knee or on your wrist (or your child’s) at least 24 hours before you plan to use it. Stop using the sunscreen if your skin changes colour or becomes sore.

Can I burn if I use sunscreen?

Sunscreen is one part of being SunSmart. The reasons for sun burn could be:
  •  you haven’t used  the SunSmart steps (slip, slop, slap, wrap)
  •  you haven’t put on enough sunscreen
  •  you’ve exercised or swum and your sun screen has rubbed off
  •  you’ve been out in the sun for too long
  •  your sunscreen has passed its expiry date (it’s too old)
  •  your sunscreen has not been stored correctly.

How should I store sunscreen?

Keep sunscreen in a cool place – Store below 30°C.  Do not store sunscreen near direct or in-direct heat, for example in a golf bag or car glove box. For more information check the label on your sunscreen.

Help! I have sunscreen stains on my clothes – what can I use to remove them?

Recipe – Take x1 heaped teaspoon of citric acid and mix it with 4 litres of water and then leave the clothes to soak in it   Use a soap for cleaning clothes to help shift the stains.

How long should I keep sunscreen?

The Cancer Society’s sunscreens have a shelf life of three years.

Who can I talk to about being SunSmart?

You can get free advice from the Cancer Society. Phone the Cancer Information Helpline on 0800 CANCER (226 237); email info@cancersoc.org.nz; or contact your local Cancer Society.

Good websites about sun protection to visit:

http://www.cancernz.org.nz/reducing-your-cancer-risk/sunsmart

http://sunsmart.org.nz

http://www.cancer.org.au/Healthprofessionals/patientfactsheets/Lifestyle/Be_sunsmart.htm

http://wwwaad.org/media-resouces/stats-and-facts/prevention-and-care/sunscreens

http://www.consumer.org.nz/reports/sunscreens/requently-asked-questions

http://www.consumer.org./reports/sunscreens/what-to-look-for-on-the-label

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PROMOTIONAL

PROMOTIONAL

Cancer Society’s promotional sunscreens are perfect for activities and staff/clients gift packs this summer. Sachets will be available this season.

PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Daffodil Day 50g Tube

This tube printed with 'Daffodil Day' has always been a great seller and can also be used throughout the year for any promotion, corporate gift or gift box. 

 

These product offers are not available in retail stores.
Sunscreen can aid in the protection of premature skin cancer. Apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before going outside. Re-apply sunscreen every two hours especially after swimming or perspiration. Cancer Society voluntarily complies with the AS/NZS Sunscreen Standard. 

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INDUSTRIAL

INDUSTRIAL

Ideally sized sunscreen products for outdoor work places, road workers and industrial plants where
sun safety is part of your daily routine. Remember, sunscreen is only one form of protection against
the sun – shade, hats, sunglasses and tightly-woven clothing all help with keeping you and your
work mates sun safe.

SPF30+ RANGE 

1 Litre Pump Pack

UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum very high protection with enriching Aloe Vera and Vitamin E. Easily applied, non-slip and light to wear. Two hours water resistance.

SFP30+ ULTRA OUTDOOR DRY TOUCH

1 Litre Pump Pack
2.5 Litre Pump Pack

UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum very high protection.  A dry touch formulation enriched with moisturising Aloe Vera and Vitamin E. Two hours water resistance. SFP30+ Ultra Outdoor Sunscreen versus SPF30+ Standard Sunscreen = Dry touch and non-slip formulation – ideal for sports and work out doors.

SPF50+ EVERYDAY

1 Litre Pump Pack
2.5 Litre Pump Pack

UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum. Dermatologically approved with natural plant and mineral extracts. A dry touch formulation that is paraben free with enriching Aloe Vera and Vitamin E. Four hours water resistance.

 

Products available in industrial stores nationwide.
Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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SCHOOLS & DAYCARE

SCHOOLS & DAYCARE

Ideal for both classrooms and outdoor school events i.e. sports days, swimming sports and pet days. Great for the daycare centre where sun protection for pre-schoolers is important. Remember, sunscreen is only one form of protection against the sun – shade, hats, sunglasses and tightly-woven clothing all help with keeping young skin protected.

Great Offer for the SPF30+ 1 Litre Pump Bottle

The SPF30+ Sunscreen is UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum Very High Protection. A  formulation enriched with moisturising Aloe Vera and Vitamin E.  Two hours water resistance. The 1 Litre has proved popular and the price remains the same for this product.  Make it a Cancer Society summer at your school and early childcare centre.

Fundraising

A great option to fundraise with instead of chocolate and biscuits.

SPF30+ 50g Tube
Buy Price: $3.50 incl GST
Sell for $5.00 or more – clear profit direct to the school/early childhood centre.

NB: No Sale, No Return.

NB: Product must be ordered in carton lots - 84 units per carton - to achieve the fundraiser price.

Product Offer for Schools and Early Chilcare Centres


SPF30+ 50g Tottle with Caribena Clip
 – Code 40010
Dry touch formulation – ideal for out door work or sports – two hours water resistance.

SPF30+ 100mL Insect Repellent Tube – Code 40008
UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum very high protection – two hour warer resistance.

SPF30+ 200mL Kids Lotion Bottle – Code 40006
UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum very high protection – two hour water resistance. Fragrance Free.

SPF30+ 200mL Kids Spray Bottle – Code 40007
UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum very high protection – two hour water resistance.  Fragrance Free. Easy spray application.

Prices Excl.GST. Freight is additional for all orders.
NB: This special product offer only applies when the school or day care send their order form direct to API Consumer Brands for processing. For an order form email fem@cancer.org.nz or freephone 0508 477 330.

 

Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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SUNGLASS COLLECTION

SUNGLASS COLLECTION

Sunglasse catergories in the CSNZ range for this season:
• Men's  • Ladies  • Coverspecs  • Premium Coverspec's
• All Polarised lenses - meet AS/NZS 1067 Sunglass Standard
• Category 3 Protection
Available in Farmers stores nationwide, selected pharmacies and CSNZ outlets where stocked. 

Women's fashion

Feminine Fashion pieces designed specifically for womens faces. Embellishments, detailed finishes and a large range of styles provide all women with choice in selecting their ideal frame. Download the women’s fashion range here.

Men's

Fashion pieces that provide the ultimate in comfort and protection for every New Zealand man. Polycarbonate and metal frames incorporating smoke, brown, copper and green lenses provide men with everything they need to find their ideal frame. Download the men’s range here.

Coverspecs

Cancer Society Coverspecs simply wrap over your prescription eyewear for ultimate confort and UV protection. Download the Coverspecs range here.

Sunglasses are available in all Farmers stores and some selected pharmacies nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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SUN HATS

SUN HATS

 

The Cancer Society hat range is great for families, schools, day cares and outdoor workers.  Made of high quality UPF rated material that will help protect you from our harsh New Zealand sun.

The Reflector Hat

Designed for outdoor activities, such as school walking school bus, crossing patrol, or for work such as road surveying where sun protection needs to be combined with safety and high visibility.

  • UPF50+ rated fabric
  • Reflective safety band
  • Wide brim to help shade the face, nose, neck and ears
  • Sizes: S/M, L/XL
  • Colour: hi-viz orange

The Deflector Hat

  • Polycotton with UPF50+ rating
  • Knitted elastic sweatband for comfortable fit and secure wear
  • 45 degree brim to help shade the face, nose, neck and ears
  • Lightweight and packable
  • Sizes: XS, S, M, L
  • Colours: black, red, royal, bottle and navy. 

The Legionnaire Hat

  • Classic style, perfect for smaller children
  • UPF50+ rated fabric
  • Cotton sweatband for comfortable fit and secure wear
  • Lightweight and packable
  • Size: Adjustable Velcro fastener, One size fits all – kids (primary school age)
  • Colours: navy, bottle, red and royal

The Domain Perfect Hat

  • Classic style outdoor work and recreational hat
  • Cotton canvas with Ultraviolet Protection Factor 50+ (UPF50+) rating
  • Knitted elastic sweatband for a comfortable fit and secure wear.
  • Chin tie with slide toggle (can be tucked away)
  • Wide brim to help shade the face, nose, neck and ears
  • Vented crown
  • Sizes: S/M (58-61cm), L/XL (61cm)
  • Colours: olive/grey and navy

The Sunmaster Hat

  • UPF rating 50+ ‘Excellent Protection’
  • 100 percent cotton twill
  • Sun protection fold away neck flap with concealed pouch
  • Vented crown
  • Chin tie toggle for secure wear
  • Sizes: XS, S/M, L/XL
  • Colours: grey and navy
  • Order quantities: 1-49, 50-99, 100-499 and above priced accordingly

The Vortech Waterproof Bucket Hat

  • UPF rating 50+ 'Excellent Protection'
  • Waterproof and wind resistant
  • Knitted elastic sweatband for a comfortable fit and secure wear
  • 45 degree tilted hat brim to help shade the face, nose, neck and ears
  • Teflon treated jacquard
  • Microporous membrane
  • Incredible breathability
  • Colourfast
  • Sizes: S/M, L/XL
  • Colours: black and navy

The Surf Hat

  • Floppy, wide brim style — available in five sizes and five colours so there’s something to suit everyone
  • Brushed cotton with UPF50+ rated fabric
  • Classic style for sun protection
  • Padded cotton sweatband for a comfortable fit and secure wear
  • Chin tie with slide toggle (can be tucked away)
  • Wide brim to help shade the face, nose, neck and ears
  • Sizes: 55cm, 57cm, 59cm and 61cm
  • Colours: black, bottle, natural and navy

 

Hats unavailable in retail stores.
Hats can aid in the protection of premature skin cancer. Apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before going outside.
Re-apply sunscreen every two hours especially after swimming or perspiration. Cancer Society voluntarily complies
with the AS/NZS Sunscreen Standard. 

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SKIN CARE

SKIN CARE

You protect your skin from the sun so what better way to keep it looking great than with an After Sun Gel to keep your skin glowing and moisturised.

AFTER SUN GEL 150mL TUBE

Cooling, calming and rehydrating. Even well protected from harmful UV radiation, the skin still requires nourishment and rehydration after long periods of exposure to the elements. After sun moisturising gel with Aloe Vera will help bring back the skin’s moisture balance after exposure to the elements. The gel absorbs quickly, leaving your skin cool and re-nourished – no greasy feeling. 

TIP: Store in the fridge for an even greater cooling effect.

Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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SPF30+ REPEL

SPF30+ REPEL

Sun lotion with Insect Repellent. UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum. A dual use sunscreen with natural plant and mineral extracts with enriching Aloe Vera and Vitamin E.

This sunscreen is recommended to be used only when in the bush, at dusk or where biting insects are prevalent.

100mL TUBE

Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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SPF50+ KIDS PURE

SPF50+ KIDS PURE

Low irritant for active Kiwi Kids. UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum. Dermatologically approved with
natural plant and mineral extracts.  A dry touch formulation that is colour, fragrance and
paraben free with enriching Aloe Vera and Vitamin E.

400mL PUMP BOTTLE

65mL ROLL ON

200mL LOTION

200mL SPRAY

Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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SPF30+ FACE

SPF30+ FACE

A moisturising light feeling formulation that is ideal to wear alone or under makeup. UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum. Dermatologically approved. A dry touch formulation that is paraben free with natural plant and mineral extracts with enriching Aloe Vera and Vitamin E

75mL TUBE

Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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SPF50+ ACTIVE

SPF50+ ACTIVE

Sport and beach sun lotion. UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum. Dermatologically approved with
mineral zinc oxide. A dry touch formulation that is fragrance and paraben free with enriching
Aloe Vera and Vitamin E.

200mL LOTION

Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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SPF30+ EVERYDAY

SPF30+ EVERYDAY

The SPF30+ sunscreen is UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum very high protection with enriching Aloe Vera and Vitamin E. Easily applied, non-slip and light to wear.

100mL TUBE

375mL PUMP BOTTLE

500mL BOTTLE

 

100mL TUBE

200mL KIDS LOTION

375mL PUMP BOTTLE

400mL BOTTLE

Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers,
selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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SPF50+ EVERYDAY

SPF50+ EVERYDAY

Suitable for the whole family. UVA/UVB Broad Spectrum. Dermatologically approved with natural plant and mineral extracts. A dry touch formulation that is paraben free with enriching Aloe Vera and Vitamin E. Four hours water resistance.

200mL INVISIBLE PROTECT

175g AEROSOL SUN SPRAY

50mL TOTTLE with CARIBENA CLIP

65mL ROLL ON

100mL TUBE

200mL LOTION

200mL SPRAY

400mL LOTION

Sunscreen products available in all Foodstuffs, Progressive and The Warehouse stores nationwide.
A selected range of sunscreen products are available through NZ Safety, Farmlands, Farmers, selected pharmacies and DOC centres nationwide.

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