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As Summer Heats Up, Glacier Creme Debuts the Ultimate in Natural Sunscreen: 'Naked Protection' with Zinc Oxide
Date:6/30/2010

Glacier Creme’s active ingredient is a superior 20% concentration of naturally-derived zinc oxide. In fact, Glacier Creme Naked Protection 30+ SPF Mineral Sunscreen achieves four star and high critical wavelength UVA protection—standards proposed by the FDA.

Glacier Creme’s natural sunscreen is available for purchase online at www.glaciercreme.com. Glacier Creme Naked Protection 30+ SPF is available in a jet-set ready 2.7 ounce airless pump for $25.00.

Glacier Creme Naked Protection 30+ SPF’s is very water resistant, safe for adults and children, and unlike zinc oxide sunscreens of the past, becomes transparent when applied to the skin. Glacier Creme Naked Protection 30+ SPF is recommended for both face and body, and is so light upon application to the skin; it feels “barely there.”

About Glacier Creme:

Glacier Creme, its name dating to the origin of sunscreen in 1938, aspires to lead innovation in skin protection from the sun with inspiration from ingredients and techniques from the past. Our inquisitive following covets our line’s most effective, natural products which use the highest quality ingredients from around the world. For more information on its newly launched natural sunscreen, visit the website.

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