July 17, 2015

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Australian Gold keeps you protected this summer #ad



Australian Gold Face Guard SPF 50 Plus($4.50; Drugstores nationwide/AustralianGold.com) is an oil-free, handy stick that helps protect the face, lips and nose from sunburn.  This handy little stick will shield your face from UVA/UVB rays while natural Shea Butter and Pomegranate seed oil nourishes your skin, helping to heal dry facial areas and lips.
  • SPF 50
  • UVA & UVB protection
  • Won’t sting eyes
  • Water-resistant 
  • Oil-free 
  • Use on areas including scars, tattoos, nails and ears for extra protection
Apply evenly and liberally to the face 15 minutes before sun exposure; reapply as needed or after towel drying, swimming, perspiring or vigorous activity.  The face guard stick is an incredible product that does stand up to water and sweat.  It doesn't have a greasy texture or feel heavy after applied.  A perfect accessory for any beach bag!


Also new from Australian Gold is  SPF Lotion with Kona Coffee Bronzers.  They give you the color you crave with the protection you need!  Protect yourself from UVA/UVB rays while your skin is enriched with an instant bronzer infused with Kona Coffee to deliver a radiant, sun-kissed color.
  • Delivers an immediate, natual-looking glow with Kona-coffee-infused bronzers
  • Broad Spectrum UVA/UVB Protection
  • Kakadu Plum Extract provides highest level of Vitamin C
  • Water Resistant 80 minutes
  • Australian Gold signature fragrance
It is available in SPF 15, SPF30 and SPF 50.  Apply evenly and liberally to the face 15 minutes before sun exposure; reapply as needed or after towel drying, swimming, perspiring or vigorous activity.  The smell is wonderful and the lotion spreads so easily. This is the best tan I have ever had and it has never faded.
 
Make sure you are protected with summer with  Australian Gold!
 

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