Dri Screen SPF50 Sunscreen


Dri Screen SPF50 Sunscreen, None, hi-res



Dri Screen SPF50 Sunscreen

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What is Macpac Adventure Hub

A Macpac Adventure Hub combines the Macpac range of technical outdoor gear, with a carefully curated selection of apparel, equipment and accessories from some of the world’s best outdoor brands.


The result? An extended range to cater to your all your hiking, camping, travelling and paddling needs. If you would like to see this product in person, visit your nearest Macpac Adventure Hub.

Why we made this
Protective sunscreen that doesn't repel fish — perfect for the anglers in the family.
  • Product Description
    Every good angler knows that sunscreen is a deterrent to fish. After applying sunscreen, your hands will transfer it onto your bait or soft plastics. Fortunately, the Dri Screen Sunscreen (SPF50) does not repel fish, so you won't have to spend time rinsing sunscreen off your hands. This high-SPF 50 sunscreen will protect your skin from ultraviolet radiation to prevent your skin aging prematurely, and to reduce your risk of skin cancer. Coming in a convenient 75 ml tube, this product can easily fit into your pack or attach to your belt loops with the carabiner clip — great for on-the-go reapplication of sunscreen. It's water resistant for four hours, so it's perfect for trips to the beach or swimming at home in the pool. Active Ingredients: Octocrylene 100mg/g, 4-Methylbenzylidene Camphor 40mg/g, Butylmethoxydibenzoyl Methane 40mg/g, Phenylbenzimidazole Sulfonic Acid 40mg/g Preservatives: Contains Phenoxyethanol
  • Design features
    SPF 50 for sun protection
    Water resistant for four hours
    Does not repel fish
    Volume: 75 ml

  • Product Specifications
    Weight (g)106
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