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Keep your skin safe in the sun
by Carly Frost
May 31, 2013

What a lovely change it was to enjoy a bank holiday weekend on the golf course in the sunshine. But while enjoying your game was a priority, did you take into account sun protection?  

P20, the iconic once a day sun protection brand, has launched an new range of sun protection products, making it even easier for golfers to stay protected no matter what the green holds. 

There are three products in the range with SPFs (Sun Protection Factors) 15, 30 and 50+ joining the already popular SPF20, providing long-lasting protection for golfers with all skin types.

Active 15 minutes after application, P20 contains both UVA and UVB filters, providing broad spectrum sun protection for up to 10 hours and uses a unique, alcohol-based formula that sets it apart from traditional cream-type sun products - just apply before setting off on the course and you'll be protected for the duration of your game.

P20 is the ideal sun protection brand choice for golfers as it has been formulated with a new lighter weight consistency and a spray format for ease of application. Apply it once in the morning and it lasts all day.
Consultant Dermatologist, Dr Jonathan Bowling FRCP, specialist in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment , says "As a skin cancer specialist, I always recommend my patients get some sun as long as they are well protected. P20 is an excellent product which offers reliable once a day sun protection!"

P20 allows golfers to do what they do best, getting out there and enjoying the green without the risk of sunburn. The new range will be available in both 200ml and a travel friendly 100ml size from all major grocery and pharmacy retailers. The RRP (recommended retail price) of P20 is 100ml £13.29 and 200ml £24.49.










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