Once upon a time, women had to choose between tanning and protecting their skin. They could bask in the sun and risk sun damage, or shun the sun and sacrifice a glow. Back in 2005, Jergens came to the rescue with the launch of Natural Glow their innovative self tanning lotion. Now the company has debuted Natural Glow & Protect Daily Moisturizer, a new formula with SPF 20 that empowers women to achieve a natural-looking color and protect their skin from sun exposure at the same time.
“At this point, every woman knows she needs to wear SPF when she’s outside, no excuses,” says Dr. Sapna Westley, Consulting Dermatologist for Kao Brands Company. “Jergens Natural Glow & Protect is the product so many women have been waiting for – they can give their skin the protection it needs and get a glow the healthy safe way at the same time.”
To celebrate the new launch, Jergens has partnered with one of Hollywood’s most in-demand actresses, Anna Faris. Anna is giving her fans a glimpse of where her busy Life takes her, sharing everywhere she “glows” through a digital photo book exclusively on Jergens.com. You can log onto Facebook to view Anna’s digital photo book and follow her from home to the red carpet. And best of all, you can upload your very own digital photo book and for each photo book submitted, Jergens Skincare will make a $2 donation to The Skin Cancer Foundation. “Staying safe in the sun is really important to me – now I can do it while I get a healthy glow.” Anna states, “I encourage everyone to show how they glow and stay protected to benefit The Skin Cancer Foundation. It’s a smart way to join the fight against skin cancer, one person at a time.”
Jergens Natural Glow & Protect builds healthy-looking color in 5-7 days while providing broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection with SPF 20. Awarded The Skin Cancer Foundation “Daily Use” Seal, the new formula goes on just like your normal lotion and contains Vitamin E for extra hydrating and conditioning benefits. It is available in two shades: fair to medium and medium to tan.