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DeVita Solar Body Moisturizer SPF 30+ 7oz

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Back and Better than Ever! Raise Shields to Full Intensity... You are now protected by one of the most effective body moisturizer and natural sunscreen all in one! 100% natural, absorbs quickly and is never oily or greasy. Offers broad spectrum UVA/UVB sun protection with a USFDA Monograph Sun Protection Factor Determination test level of 32. This is a gentle, soothing physical sun block that is skin-friendly and suitable for sensitive skin. Contains our signature Sun Damage Repair System. This strengthening formula helps diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and helps prevent signs of premature aging with skin-defending vitamins. Penetrates deep into your skin giving it back the look and feel of it's elasticity after just a few applications. Revitalizes, softens and moisturizes skin leaving it with a satin sheen. Titanium Dioxide Free. NO NANO TECHNOLOGY! (average particle size is 240 nm).

Winner! Best Anti Aging Product 2009 by Beauty with a Conscience Award

DeVita skin care products are 100 percent Vegan and Paraben Free. They are considered Gluten Sensitive Safe and never contain GMO's. DeVita products are never tested on animals (only humans!).

Apply liberally on the face and neck prior to sun exposure. Some doctors recommend applying sun screen the night before and again in the morning to build up a reservoir of sun protection in the skin. Reapply every 90 minutes, or after swimming, excessive perspiring or anytime after towel drying. SUN ALERT: Limiting sun exposure, wearing protective clothing, and using sunscreens as directed may reduce the risks of skin aging, skin cancer, and other harmful effects of the sun. Safe for adults and children.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Zinc oxide 19%.

INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Aloe barbadensis (certified organic aloe vera gel), Water (purified), Camellia sinensis (Japanese green tea) leaf extract, Capric/caprylic triglycerides (derived from coconut oil), Glycerin (vegetable), Butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), Olea europaea (olive) oil, Lecithin phospholipid, Hyaluronic acid (vegan source), Simmondsia chinensis* (jojoba) seed oil, Squalane (olive), Panthenol (vitamin B5), Tocopherol (vitamin E), NaPCA, Rosa moschata (rose hips) oil, Centella asiatica (goto kola), Copper gluconate, Magnesium ascorbyl phosphate, Fucus vesiculosis (seaweed) extract, Allantoin, Sodium riboflavin phosphate, Chondrus crispus (Irish moss), Lavandula officinalis* (lavender) essential oil, Anthemis nobilis (chamomile) flower essential oil, Vitis vinifera* (grape) seed extract. Ingredient labeling adheres to international INCI standards.

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Just discovered this product and I'm already impressed with it. Sun protection and moisturizing chemical free, non-greasy feeling, and doesn't leave your skin white from the zinc. Excellent value. I highly recommend this product to others and will be purchasing more myself!

7/12/2014 2:26 PM

Best Natural Sunscreen
I have tried a lot of different sunscreens. My skin is fair plus I've got a condition that makes some of my skin lose its pigment. I have to be extremely careful in the sun and use a great sunscreen. Since switching to natural products, this has really been a challenge. I use sunscreen everyday and I can't stand feeling greasy or smelling like I'm going to the beach while I'm sitting at work. This is the best feeling stuff I've tried so far. It doesn't feel greasy, my skin even feels better after putting it on. I did get a small patch of sunburn the other day, but I think it was my fault for not applying evenly to begin with and then not reapplying later. I was worried about the low SPF (I had been using 100 in the chemical sunscreen), but so far I think it's okay. I haven't used it for a long, sunny day outside yet, but it works well for everyday use. My only complaint is that my hands feel sticky and have a lot of buildup on them after applying the suncreen on the rest of my body.

8/15/2013 12:17 PM
Seattle, WA

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