Cancer Council Sunscreen Ultra SPF 50+ Tube 110ml

Advanced formula for extra UV protection, suitable for all skin types.
$ 13 .39
$ 2 .11 off RRP
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Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. When using sunscreen always wear a hat, protective clothing and sunglasses. Avoid prolonged high-risk sun exposure. Reapply sunscreen frequently or use in accordance with directions.
Suitable for: Those wishing to prevent premature skin ageing; Those wanting Ultra protection to suit their outdoor lifestyle. Features: Advanced formula with extra UVA protection.
Preservatives: Benzyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Hydroxybenzoates. Active Ingredients: Homosalate 80mg/g, Octyl Triazone 30mg/g, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane 40mg/g, Octocrylene 40mg/g.
IMPORTANT: Sunscreen is regulated in Australia by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.
As a therapeutic product, sunscreen must be used as directed to ensure effective protection from the sun's harmful UV rays.

ARE YOU USING YOUR SUNSCREEN CORRECTLY?
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.
Apply before heading outdoors: Apply to dry, clean skin and rub in 20 minutes before heading outside.

Apply liberally: For adults, apply at least one teaspoon (5mL) of sunscreen to each arm, leg, front of the body, back of the body and face (including the neck and ears). One full body application should be the equivalent of seven teaspoons (35mL).

Re-apply regularly: Every TWO HOURS and immediately after swimming, sweating or towel drying.

Know your UV: Use sun protection when UV levels are 3 or above.

Patch test: When using a sunscreen for the first time, test on a small section of skin first. If Irritation occurs, discontinue use.
Caution: Avoid contact with eyes (rinse thoroughly with water if contact occurs). For sensitive skin, test product for any skin irritation on a small area of skin. If skin irritation or rash develops discontinue use and seek medical advice.