Superior sun care and long-lasting water resistance

Kids Swim & Play Sun Lotion SPF50+

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NIVEA SUN Kids Swim & Play Sun Lotion is especially formulated for children’s delicate skin. Its highly effective UVA/UVB protection immediately protects against sun exposure and long term UV-induced skin damage. Its long-lasting water resistance allows a longer and safer stay in the water.

  • Children’s Skin
  • 50+
Size: 150 ML SPF:  50+ 

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Item number: 85833 (858330450016)

NIVEA SUN Kids Swim & Play Sun Lotion is especially formulated for children’s delicate skin. Its highly effective UVA/UVB protection immediately protects against sun exposure and long term UV-induced skin damage. The formula with Dexpanthenol protects the skin barrier and helps reduce the risk of sun allergies. Its long-lasting water resistance allows a longer and safer stay in the water.

Warning:
IMPORTANT USAGE INSTRUCTIONS Apply generously before sun exposure enough to give a visible layer before rubbing in, let it dry then reapply to ensure adequate coverage and no missed areas. • Reapply frequently especially after swimming, perspiring and toweling. • Applying insufficient product will lower the level of protection. • Avoid intensive midday sun (11-3pm). • Allow to absorb completely and avoid contact with textiles and hard surfaces to prevent staining. • Keep babies and young children out of direct sunlight. • Wear protective clothing (hat, t-shirt, sunglasses) and use sufficient sunscreen for unprotected areas. • Even when protected avoid over-exposure to the sun as it is a serious health threat. • Skin compatibility dermatologically approved.

Dexpanthenol

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