You Can Now Smell 'Finger Lickin' Good' While Sunbathing with KFC's New Sunscreen
Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), one of the largest fast food chain in the world, has once again released a product out of their usual niche to delight die-hard fans of their "finger-licking good" fried chicken.
The product, a sunscreen with SPF 30, would not only protect your skin from the harmful effects of the sun while on the beach, it will also make you smell delicious. Imagine yourself sunbathing, onlookers and bystanders will not only adore your body, but will also be attracted by you alluring aroma of healthy fried chicken.
"Our chicken is hand breaded and freshly prepared in our kitchens all day every day, which makes the smell in our restaurants unparalleled. The Extra Crispy Sunscreen is a fun way to leverage that with our fans," a spokeperson from KFC told Fortune.
With only 3,000 bottles available, the new KFC's Extra CrispyTM Sunscreen was quickly sold out. No plans of producing more of the "in-demand" sunscreen have been announced. Time Magazine reported that delivery of the KFC sunscreen will take about eight weeks, so there is no user testimonial available yet.
The company warns consumers never eat their sunscreen, no matter how much you crave to have a taste of the chicken-flavored aroma.
"KFC® Extra CrispyTM Sunscreen is an actual product. KFC® Extra CrispyTM Sunscreen is not a food product. NOT a food product. Do not eat this product. Even though this product smells delicious, it is not delicious. The only skin that should be extra crispy this summer is on your fried chicken," KFC wrote on their website.
However, if you really want to taste their best-selling chicken while on the road, you should consider buying their KFC-scented nail polish. Unlike the sunscreen, the nail polish is edible and those who have tried tasting it said it really does taste like chicken.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noted that applying sunscreen while outside or even on the shade is the best way to protect your skin against the harmful effects of the sun's ultraviolet rays. CDC recommends the use of sunscreen with at least SPF 15.