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Hawaiian Tropic Touts Lotion/Sunscreen Combo SKU

June 4, 2012


This hybrid product moisturizes and protects users from the sun.
• Because great style starts with great skin, Hawaiian Tropic Sun Care is taking its newest product–Hawaiian Tropic Silk Hydration lotion sunscreen–to the runway this summer as the official sun care sponsor of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2013 Collections in Miami. Energizer is promoting the product as the first and only sunscreen with hydrating silk ribbons for continuous in-sun moisture. The ribbons are infused with silk protein and rich shea butter to pamper and protect skin when in the sun, providing 12-hour moisturization, according to the company.It is available in SPF 12, 30 and 50.

More info:
www.hawaiiantropic.com
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