The Ultra SPF 50+ range has been reformulated with a new ingredient, mineral silica. The formula is promoted as leaving a clean, dry-touch feeling on the skin while offering broad-spectrum, extra-UBA/UVB protection and four hours’ water resistance.
Consumers will be able to show their support for beating women’s cancers through buying the new Cancer Council Pink Active Sunscreen SPF50+, with sales helping to fund the Council’s work in breast and gynaecological cancers. The product is packaged in the pink hue synonymous with women’s cancer.
Cancer Council Australia has also introduced its bestselling formula in the dry-touch Active Traveller SPF 30+. According to the Cancer Council, the product is optimal for all trips and great for carry-bags.
Cancer Council was voted Most Trusted Sunscreen Brand in the Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands Survey 2016. Sales from all the Council’s sunscreens help fund cancer support, education and research.
The sunscreen range includes 110ml Tube (RRP $13.95), 250ml Tube (RRP $19.95), 75ml Roll-on (RRP $11.95), 200ml Finger Spray (RRP $19.45), 220ml Bottle (RRP $19.45) and 500ml Pump (RRP $29.95).