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    Default Sun Putty SPF30 Therapeutic Sunscreen

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    Sun Putty SPF 30 for face and body is not water, petroleum, or alcohol-based. Water or alcohol-based products evaporate quickly and are drying agents. Sun Putty goes on clear, helps your skin retain moisture and provides lasting protection against sun, wind, water and the often harsh temperatures of outdoor activities.

    Sun Putty's natural, skin nurturing ingredients, including micronized zinc oxide, bind together, creating a thin, protective film that does not break down quickly under outdoor use and exhibits enhanced penetration of skin compared to water, petroleum or alcohol-based products. This prevents, reduces or aids dry, irritated skin, fine lines, chapped lips, minor skin scrapes, abrasions, and blemishes, and provides natural broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection, antiinflammatory skin cell renewal and photoaging prevention.

    Amazing therapeutic sunscreen and skincare all-in-one! Check it out!

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