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Will Ferrell's Sexy Sunscreen To Benefit Cancer Charity

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Will Ferrell continues to win our adoration.

The funnyman has teamed up with the charity Cancer For College to sell a new line of amusing sunscreens just in time for summer. Ferrell’s name and photo are splashed on three different lotions titled Sexy Hot Tan, Sunstroke and Forbidden Fruit. All of the money raised will go towards the charity, which gives scholarships to cancer patients.

“The bottle says it all. I’ve always dreamed of owning a lotion company,” Ferrell said. “Honestly, I’m proud to be associated with such a great charity. I’ve watched Craig and Cancer For College help hundreds of cancer survivors realize their dream of a college education. The stories are so inspirational. I’m just happy to help any way I can.”

Ferrell will also be hosting the Cancer for College Golf Classic on September 18th in Rancho Bernardo, California. For tickets or event info please visit CancerforCollege.org. To pick up your own sexy Will Ferrell sunscreen, jump here.

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