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SunBuddy Lotion Applicator

SunBuddy® - Back Lotion Applicator

Introducing SunBuddy®, the only
back lotion applicator you'll ever need.

$19.95

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SunBuddy - Back Lotion Applicator
SunBuddy - Back Lotion Applicator
SunBuddy - Back Lotion Applicator
SunBuddy - Back Lotion Applicator
SunBuddy - Back Lotion Applicator
SunBuddy - Back Lotion Applicator

    Multi-Purpose - not just for sunscreen.

    SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator - Multi-Purpose

    Use the SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator to apply virtually any lotion onto your back. Its hypo-allergenic soft pad is washable, absorbent resistant, and gentle on your skin.
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    Ergonomic - easy to use.

    SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator - Ergonomic

    Have a hard to reach spot on your body? The SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator's non-slip rubber grips, extendable handle, and 135 degree opening makes any job easy.
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    Stylish - sleek and neat.

    SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator - Stylish

    Go ahead. Admire it. Show it off. The SunBuddy Back Lotion Applicator is designed to look real good and not like that generic one found at your local thrift store.
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    Blog Articles

    Tips for Healthier Skin and Hair This Winter - Part 1

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014
    It’s wintertime and the livin’ ain’t easy—for our hair, skin, and nails, that is. Whipping winds, dry air, and chilly temperatures can really do a number on soft skin and…
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    Prevention is the Only Reliable Defense Against Skin Cancer

    Tuesday, October 21, 2014
    Early Detection Not an Iron-Clad Guarantee Researchers in Queensland, which has the highest melanoma rate in the world, have found that melanomas less than 1mm thick cause more fatalities than…
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    Skin Cancer Risk Is Twice as High For Flight Attendants and Pilots

    Tuesday, September 23, 2014
    Flying increases exposure to UV rays that could cause melanoma Airline pilots and cabin crew are twice as likely to suffer from skin cancer because of regular exposure to harmful ultraviolet rays…
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