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Sunsect – A great combination to keep you safe.

Sunsect Outdoor Lotion
Sunsect Outdoor Lotion
Robert J. Wiebel & Sunsect

Melbourne, FL – July 31, 2014 – I have always been a great proponent of being safe in the great outdoors especially when it comes to being out in the hot sun. I always wear sunscreen. Being an angler, I am extremely sensitive to the type of sunscreen I use. It has to be a Broad Spectrum that block both UVA and UVB rays, water resistant, at least a SPF of 15 and does not harm aquatic life.

At ICAST, I met the team from Sunsect. They have a product that is based on their U.S. Military formula that has been packaged for outdoor adventurers like you and me.

According to their technical data, “Sunsect is a patented sunscreen/insect repellent combination lotion that provides lasting protection against biting insects and damaging sun rays. Trusted by the US military for 15 years, Sunsect will protect you from mosquitoes, ticks, no-see-ums, black flies, sand gnats, chiggers, gnats, chitras and other disease-carrying, biting insects. It is safe for children, unscented, non-greasy, water-resistant, dries clear and lasts for hours. The U.S. military has used Sunsect for more than 15 years both at home and abroad in war zones such as Kosovo, Korea, Afghanistan and Iraq.” It is formulated and blended in USA.

Did you know if you apply insect repellent on and then put sunscreen over it that it neutralizes the effects of both products by up to 50%? Well, what makes this product so amazing is that Sunsect has been able overcome this problem with mixing sunscreen and insect repellent together. What is also amazing is the fact that it will not kill you bait or leave a scent on your hands that will get on your lures. This is a big deal when fishing.

So if you like to go to those nooks and crannies where few people trod, and the bugs are likely to feast on you, then protect yourself from the sun and these pesky insects and protect yourself today and try Sunsect.

Until next time, be safe in the sun and have a great day in the great outdoors and do not forget your Sunsect.

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