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Kids + Zinc Sunscreen SPF50+

Kids + Zinc Sunscreen SPF50+

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Mineral based lotion. Dermatologically tested, paraben & fragrance-free. Suitable for sensitive skin and 4 hours water resistant. 

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  • Product Description
  • How To Apply
  • Product Care
  • Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Sunscreen is only one component of sun protection. Reapply every two hours and avoid prolonged sun exposure. Use five methods of sun protection: protective clothing, eyewear/sunglasses, a broad-brim hat and shade.

    • SPF50+ broad spectrum protection
    • Contains 20% Zinc Oxide
    • Fragrance and paraben free
    • Suitable for all skin types
    • Contains aloe vera and vitamin E
    • Tested for 4 hours water resistance. Cancer Council recommends reapplying every 2 hours.
    • Made in Australia
  • Apply to dry, clean skin and rub in 20 minutes before heading outside. Use 5 methods of sun protection: PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, EYEWEAR/SUNGLASSES, a BROAD-BRIM HAT and SHADE. Apply sunscreen to remaining exposed areas of skin. Avoid prolonged sun exposure and never rely on sunscreen alone, nor to extend your family's time in the sun.

  • Not suitable for babies under 6 months old. Avoid contact with eyes and broken or damaged skin. If irritation occurs, rinse thoroughly with water, discontinue use immediately and seek medical advice if required.

    Sunscreen and babies

    Cancer Council does not recommend widespread use of sunscreen on babies under 6 months old. Physical protection such as shade, clothing and broad-brimmed hats are the best sun protection measures. If babies are kept out of the sun or well protected from UV radiation by clothing, hats and shade, then sunscreen only needs be used occasionally on very small areas.

  • Product Description

    Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Sunscreen is only one component of sun protection. Reapply every two hours and avoid prolonged sun exposure. Use five methods of sun protection: protective clothing, eyewear/sunglasses, a broad-brim hat and shade.

    • SPF50+ broad spectrum protection
    • Contains 20% Zinc Oxide
    • Fragrance and paraben free
    • Suitable for all skin types
    • Contains aloe vera and vitamin E
    • Tested for 4 hours water resistance. Cancer Council recommends reapplying every 2 hours.
    • Made in Australia
  • How To Apply

    Apply to dry, clean skin and rub in 20 minutes before heading outside. Use 5 methods of sun protection: PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, EYEWEAR/SUNGLASSES, a BROAD-BRIM HAT and SHADE. Apply sunscreen to remaining exposed areas of skin. Avoid prolonged sun exposure and never rely on sunscreen alone, nor to extend your family's time in the sun.

  • Product Care

    Not suitable for babies under 6 months old. Avoid contact with eyes and broken or damaged skin. If irritation occurs, rinse thoroughly with water, discontinue use immediately and seek medical advice if required.

    Sunscreen and babies

    Cancer Council does not recommend widespread use of sunscreen on babies under 6 months old. Physical protection such as shade, clothing and broad-brimmed hats are the best sun protection measures. If babies are kept out of the sun or well protected from UV radiation by clothing, hats and shade, then sunscreen only needs be used occasionally on very small areas.

Every purchase goes towards cancer research and services

Every purchase goes towards cancer research and services.

Every purchase goes towards cancer research and services.

Applying sunscreen

Many Australians apply too little sunscreen and forget to reapply.

1tsp

1tsp

Be generous

Use a generous amount of sunscreen. When applying sunscreen, you need at least one teaspoon for face. Don’t forget your neck and ears

20min

20min

Be prepared

Sunscreen needs to be applied 20 minutes before going outdoors.

2hrs

2hrs

Reapply every 2 hours

Sunscreen should be reapplied every two hours if you are spending time outdoors. As sunscreen can be easily wiped off, you should also reapply after swimming, sweating or towel drying.