Banana Boat Soothing Aloe After Sun Gel– Whether you're an occasional beachgoer or a committed outdoorsperson, Banana Boat Soothing Aloe After Sun Gel offers the relief you need after a day spent under intense, sweltering rays.
Richly imbued with aloe vera, this gel is formulated to alleviate the irritation and redness of mild burns.
The After Sun Approach
Banana Boat Soothing Aloe After Sun Gel, which--as the name suggests--employs aloe vera extract as a prime ingredient to tackle the discomfort, dryness and peeling associated with minor sunburns and other symptoms of sun-overexposure.
Sunburn can make for an unpleasant conclusion to an otherwise fun-filled and invigorating day outside, whether you're kayaking, sunbathing, or jogging.
Banana Boat Soothing Aloe After Sun Gel can be a great companion to a high-quality sunscreen applied ahead of your outdoor activity. If you forgot to apply sunscreen to a particular area, or if the sun's rays manage to still provoke an adverse reaction, just reach for Banana Boat Soothing Aloe After Sun Gel. It can provide the calming and moisture-replenishing action your skin craves after a heavy dose of sunshine.
Cooling and refreshing to apply and deeply moisturizing in action, Banana Boat Soothing Aloe After Sun Gel promises quick relief when you're suffering from peeling skin, rough patches, angry-red burns, and other side effects of a sun-intense outing.
A Leader in Sun Care
Banana Boat Soothing Aloe After Sun Gel is but one of many products in the Banana Boat line. The brand turns out a wide array of sun-protective products, including sunscreens specially geared toward athletes, children, and suntan-seekers as well as plenty of offerings for general use.
If you spend a lot of time outside--or at least enjoy the occasional outing to the beach or the sports field--consider the recuperative and nourishing effect of Banana Boat Soothing Aloe After Sun Gel.
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