Deb Stokoderm Sun Protect 50 PURE Sunscreen 1L – Box of 6

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Product Overview

Manufacturer: Deb Stokoderm

  • Deb Stokoderm Sun Protect 50 PURE Sunscreen 1L SPF 50 UV skin protection lotion for professional use.

    Broad spectrum, perfume-free and water resistant SPF50 sunscreen for professional use to protect the skin against harmful UVA, UVB and UVC rays.

    UVB 50 High protection – Sun Protection Factor of 50 prolongs the skin’s natural protection time against the sun’s UVB rays by a factor of 50.

    UVA protection – Conforms to the European recommendation for providing protection against harmful UVA rays.

    UVC protection – Provides additional protection against UVC rays as created artificially during certain industrial processes, such as arc welding. Does not replace personal protective equipment.

    Water resistant formula – Tested to retain SPF50 protection after 80 minutes in water.

    Non-greasy after feeling – Non greasy after feeling to encourage regular use and help limit the effect on dexterity with handheld tools.

    Contains Glycerin – A skin moisturiser to help prevent drying and leave the skin feeling smooth after use.

    Perfume Free and Dye Free – Designed for people who are sensitive to perfumes and dyes and who prefer products which do not have these added.

    Silicone-free – The product will have no adverse effect if in contact with surfaces prior to the application of paint or surface coatings.

    Compatible with rubber production processes – Independently tested at the German Institute of Rubber Technology (DIK) and proven to have no negative effect on the vulcanisation process.