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A Little Goes a Long Way


A Little Goes a Long Way

Let’s be honest here – looks do matter! That’s why Skinnies is launching a brand new Beauty Gel that has a little something extra to keep you looking beautiful (as well as all that sun-protection jazz to keep your skin looking amazing for years to come).

After breaking new ground in the sunscreen world the last couple of summers, Skinnies has taken it one step further, and is launching a brand new Skinnies LOOKS SPF30 Beauty Gel.

The newest member of the Skinnies family combines world-class sun protection with skin beautifying vitamins, powerful collagen-stimulating antioxidants, and a shimmering tint (because no one wants to look like a purple-tinged ghost on the beach).

Skinnies LOOKS has all the good things Skinnies Sungel has, which blows the world’s highest sunscreen standards out of the water. It also has some extra skin-loving treats: vitamins C and E to moisturise your skin and fade sun spots; CoQ10 to repair skin cells; and a warm tint and shimmer to keep your face looking good as gold.

Skinnies LOOKS joins the recently updated range of Skinnies 100ml Sungel and 35ml Sungel tubes, all of which are broad spectrum SPF30, quick drying, long lasting, preservative and paraben free, not white and not greasy. Skinnies isn’t diluted with water either, so a little goes a very long way!

It’s a premium brand made to protect from our harsh sun, and the highest UV conditions in the world – and now it keeps you looking gorgeous, too.

The new Skinnies LOOKS Beauty Gel and Sungel range is available in November, ready for another scorching Kiwi summer.
Skinnies LOOKS – RRP $44.30
Skinnies Sungel 35ml – RRP $18.40
Skinnies Sungel 100ml – RRP $34.95

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