Sunscreen Company Releases Lip Protection with Unrivaled 15% Zinc Oxide

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Setting a new standard in lip protection, Screen, Inc. has introduced a lip sunscreen with an unprecedented 15% zinc oxide. In addition to the unmatched zinc oxide content, Lip Screen has earned the Seal of Recommendation by the Skin Cancer Foundation.

Lip Screen 15% Zinc Oxide, SPF 30

I've tried over 20 lip protection chap sticks, and this one works best for me

Setting a new standard in lip protection, Screen, Inc Screen, Inc. has introduced a lip sunscreen with an unprecedented 15% zinc oxide. In addition to the unmatched zinc oxide content, Lip Screen has earned the Seal of Recommendation by the Skin Cancer Foundation Skin Cancer Foundation.

"I've tried over 20 lip protection chap sticks, and this one works best for me," said Molly Bannister, of Eugene, OR, who has recovered from pre-cancerous cells on her lips. "I need the high percentage of zinc for the best protection."

Specially formulated for extended sun exposure, Lip Screen is the company's first product in their "Extreme" collection. It is an SPF 30 with broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection and is available in cool mint or vanilla almond flavors.

"Lip Screen is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts," said Screen, Inc. founder Lori Nauman, who herself enjoys tennis, skiing and kayaking. "And it's particularly effective for people with cold sores or those that need to pay extra attention to sensitive lips."

In addition to lips, customers have been creative with their Lip Screen. With the high zinc oxide content, it's also effective in protecting the nose and forehead.

Launched on May 1st, 2008 Screen, Inc. is a facial sunscreen company owned by two mothers. Headquartered in Reno, Nevada, they specialize in facial sunscreen and are passionate about sun safety education. Screen, Inc.'s formulas are non-greasy and non-irritating and provide UVA/UVB broad-spectrum protection. Their entire collection earned the coveted Seal of Recommendation from the Skin Cancer Foundation as effective UV sunscreens.

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