Deb Stokoderm Sun Protect Cream Spf50 1ltr
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Deb Stokoderm Sun Protect Cream is a highly effective SPF50 sunscreen, designed to protect against the harmful effects of UVA, UVB and UVC rays. This sun cream is ideal for use in: nurseries; primary schools; care homes; and also essential for outdoor workers. Use with the Deb Sun 1000 Protect Dispenser for a user-friendly, convenient and economical dispensing system. Provides a fun and easy-to-use way for children to apply sunscreen.
- Suitable for ages 6 months+
- UVA 5* rated protection
- Water resistant and sweat resistant
- Non greasy after-feel
- Ultra sensitive formula - suitable for those with allergies, sensitive skin and atopic eczema
- Hydrates the skin and protects the skin's natural moisture system
- Highly economical - use with Deb Sun 1000 Protect Dispenser, for measured doses
- Volume: 1 litre
Instructions for use:
- Apply liberally to clean, dry skin 15 minutes before UV exposure. REMEMBER - applying an insufficient amount of sunscreen will reduce its protective performance
- Re-apply every 2-3 hours, or more frequently if sweating or washing
- Remember - UV rays can damage the skin even on cloudy days, so sunscreen should always be applied whenever spending time outdoors.
Specially formulated by Deb, a world leader in occupational skin care and hand hygiene.
*Sun Protection Factor 50 (SPF50) prolongs the skin's natural protection time against the sun's UVB rays by a factor of 50.
- UV rays can damage the skin even on cloudy days, so sunscreen should always be applied when the UV index reaches 3.
- Skin cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in the UK, with rates increasing more than any other type of cancer: therefore, protection from a suitable sunscreen is essential
- Sunscreen with a high SPF does not provide full protection against UV rays, and therefore does not substitute the need for appropriate clothing for children e.g. wearing a sun hat, and covering exposed skin appropriately