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Rayito De Sol Is Now Stateside

May 30, 2013

Sun care brand arrives from Latin America.

Rayito De Sol (www.rayitodesolus.com), a top-selling sun care brand in Latin America, is now available in the US, just in time for summer at all Ulta Beauty Stores and online.
 
Rolling out globally, Rayito De Sol is currently sold in 15 countries including Argentina, Mexico, Venezuela, Ecuador and Paraguay, with more to come. Based in Argentina, this family owned business has been operating for more than 90 years.  The Rayito De Sol product line provides the finest in sunless tanning and creates the beautiful and iconic Latin glow instantly.
 
Rayito De Sol line is the first to provide immediate color plus SPF protection, contends the company. The lotions, gels and spray allow individuals to create a customized level of glow and work with skin’s natural skin color to perfect the skin’s tone and level of desired tan. 
 
More info: www.rayitodesolus.com

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