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Diva Stuff Pre-Swim Aqua Therapy Chlorine Neutralizing Body Loti

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Diva Stuff Pre-Swim Aqua Therapy Chlorine Neutralizing Body Loti

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Product description

Scent:Unscented with Sunscreen 3pack

Our new pre swim body cream protects skin from salt and chlorine. Apply before and after swimming in a pool or the ocean. Vitamin c neutralizes chlorine and beeswax forms a protective layer on the skin. Other ingredients provide extreme nourishment for dry skin , such as jamaican black castor oil, cocoa butter, shea and more. Replenish and protect your skin while swimming anywhere at anytime. Our latest formula contains titanium dioxide and om-cinnimate for sun protection of about a 4. Reviews for this product without sunscreen have been great so if you need some sunscreen this is the one for you. . Save when buying 3 jars at a time.

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