According to Vaseline “Over time, incidental sun exposure causes your skin to become dry and damaged which contributes to symptoms of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles. Every minute in the sun without SPF protection causes damage to your skin e.g. catching the bus, going for coffee, walking to lunch.
Australian women need to protect themselves from incidental exposure to UVA and UVB rays.
UVA rays penetrate deep into the skin and are responsible for aging the skin. UVA damage is one of the major causes of dry skin for Australian women and are present all year round regardless of the weather.
UVB rays affect the top layer of your skin and are responsible for burning and peeling. UVB rays are stronger during Summer months.
Everyone knows they should protect the skin on their face but what about your body? Your body will age just as your face will if you don’t protect yourself from the sun by using an SPF body lotion.
Australians have one of the highest incidents of skin cancer death in the world due to our constant exposure to the sun. Protecting from incidental sun exposure is a must for skin health.
Vaseline Aloe Fresh Lotion with SPF 15 is a light quick absorbing body lotion enriched with moisturising Aloe Vera, that blocks more than 93% of UVA & UVB yet leaving skin silky smooth and hydrated.
Its non-greasy formula is quickly absorbed into skin unlike sunscreen that leaves your skin greasy and sticky perfect for everyday use”
Some lucky Mamamia readers have been trialling Vaseline Aloe Fresh Lotion and are going to be telling us what they thought of it. You can join in too, even if you’re not part of the trial but have tried the product
Did you find the Vaseline Aloe Fresh Lotion with SPF 15 to be a quick absorbing body lotion?
Did Vaseline Aloe Fresh Lotion leave your skin feeling silky smooth and hydrated after use?
Did Vaseline Aloe Fresh Lotion refresh and leave your skin feeling soft and fresh?
What was your overall opinion of the Vaseline Aloe Fresh Lotion with SPF? Do you think you would use it again?