Invisible Zinc

invisiblezincjuniorAll those scorching Australian summers that I spent oiling myself with ‘Hawaiian Tropic’ –- how it makes me cringe! If only this product was around when I was in my late teens… okay, who am I kidding, I still would have ignored the facts, all for a deep bronze tan that didn’t ever last. The fact is that the sun ages your skin prematurely and causes cancer. Whilst I did come to my senses long ago,  I am sure that I still wear the damage of those early reckless years. These days, I don’t leave home without having applied Invisible Zinc to each and every member of my family (husband excluded here, he is not partial to me assaulting him with ‘goo’ every morning — not for want of trying, mind you).

The concept behind Invisible Zinc is technology that provides a physical (not chemical) barrier between you and the sun’s UVA and UVB rays. They use a world patented form of Zinc Oxide that has been milled down so that it is no longer visible to the naked eye …fortunately you can banish all images of the white zinc-nosed, speedo-clad Aussie lifeguard, not quite the look I favor either when I head for the beach!  Zinc Oxide is a natural sunscreen agent that sits on the skin reflecting dangerous UVA and UVB rays without unnecessary chemical sun-filters (incidentally, most chemical sunscreens offer little or no protection against UVA rays).

So Courtney, take note!  This Aussie product is a must-have for you and your family over the coming months… and for those of you shivering in the Northern Hemisphere, as strange as it may seem, summer is just around the corner! (-:



Comments (6)

January 12, 2010

I just had a flashback to my SPF# 4 Coppertone days. I would practically lay out on a piece of tin foil in my teens. terrible. wish I had known better. This stuff looks great!

January 12, 2010

OMG, I would cover myself in carrot cream and would stretch myself in the full sun, bright orange, all intending to become super tanned as fast as possible.
Sigh, the eighties…

January 13, 2010

I love this sunscreen. They have a fantastic moisturizer.
I have to use this on my son as he is allergic to the ingredients in all the other brands of sunscreen on the market.

January 14, 2010

I love the roll-on feature. That would definitely help speed up the whole process of lathering up the kids every morning! Will definitely check this out…

January 17, 2010

Glad to see this review! I just moved to Cape Town from Tucson, Arizona and am starting to run out of our favorite sunscreen. Very hard to find products here in Cape Town without lots of preservatives and additives, but I have seen this Invisible Zinc in the pharmacies. I’m going to check it out.

January 22, 2010

and me also I love this suncreen! my favorite suncreen for me,woman! You check it with a color skin!

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