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MD Solar Science Branches Out



Published May 21, 2012
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The new Natural Mineral Sunscreen KidStick SPF 41 from MDSolarScience was designed with the particular needs of the under-12 set in mind. According to the company, this sunscreen solid offers a hypoallergenic formulation that provides effective broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection with naturally derived non-irritatingmineral sunscreens – zinc and titanium dioxide – ideal for children’s delicate skin.

Like all MDSolarSciences sunscreens,the formulas meet FDA and European COLIPA standards for broad-spectrum protection and meet The Skin Cancer Foundation Seal of Recommendation Requirements.The KidStick is free from PABA, parabens, vitamin A, chemical blockers and fragrance. The very water
resistant formulas go on quickly and will not run into children’s eyes too.
More info:http://mdsolarsciences.com/


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