Friday, April 17, 2009

Irish skin prevails as La Roche-Posay launches high tolerance sun care spray

It should come as no surprise to the millions of Irish skinned across the country that Ireland has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in Europe. With 66% of all Irish people at risk of developing this deadly disease because of their skin type alone, a mere five minutes in the sun is, literally, like playing with fire. So, as we head into May's Melanoma Awareness Month and with new reports showing that holiday 'binge tanning' is on the increase across the UK, La Roche-Posay has launched their new high tolerance sun products Anthelios XL 50+ Spray. Designed with an ultra fluid texture that allows for easy application and quick absorption, this non-sticky and non-greasy formula offers long lasting hydration that keeps you protected for up for four hours.

The La Roche-Posay sun protection range Anthelios XL provides unparalleled effectiveness and dermalogical tolerance to protect against cellular damage caused by UV rays and is clinically proven to be the most effective sun protection on the market thanks to the combination of patented filters Mexoryl SX and Mexoryl XL, which ensures efficient protection against the entire spectrum of UVB and UVA rays, whatever their intensity.

Get it now exclusively from select pharmacies nationwide.

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