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ALTRUIST. Dermatologist Sunscreen SPF 50 – Superior 5-star UVA protection by Dr Andrew Birnie, suitable for sensitive skin - 2 x 100 ml

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Product Features

DERMATOLOGIST RECOMMENDED SUN PROTECTION. Use the same sunscreen as dermatologists! Fast absorption, non-sticky - feels like a moisturiser. CREATED BY UK DERMATOLOGIST DR ANDREW BIRNIE. Formulated in Germany. For sensitive skin; fragrance free with a low risk of allergy. Suitable for daily use on face, body and children. Water resistant. HIGH QUALITY BROAD SPECTRUM PROTECTION with 5 star Ultra UVA rating. Altruist suncreams have a broad range of photos table UV filters, including the world’s most advanced filter: Tinosorb A2B. PREMIUM PRODUCT, LOW PRICE. For the price listed you receive two tubes. Our mission is to reduce the incidence of skin cancer ALTRUIST SUPPORTS PEOPLE WITH ALBINISM IN AFRICA - 10p from every Altruist product sold is donated to charities supporting people with albinism. In 2019 Altruist donated £65,000 worth of sunscreen to people with albinism in Africa.

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