Skinceuticals - Sheer Physical UV Defense
FOR OILY SKINS
Sheer Physical UV Defense SPF 50 is an ultra-sheer and transparent sunscreen fluid that offers broad spectrum protection for all skin types, including sensitive. One of the best sunscreens for the face, it is formulated with broad spectrum 100% physical filters Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide and enhanced with artemia salina, a plankton extract to help boost skin's natural defenses to UV- and heat-induced stress. This silky sheer fluid spreads easily and dries quickly, leaving no residue. *Z-COTE HP-1 is a Registered Trademark of BASF **based on in-vitro testing
- Leaves a sheer, weightless matte finish
- 100% physical broad spectrum sunscreen protection, no chemical filters
- Helps boost skin's natural defenses to environmental stress
- Paraben-free and non-comedogenic
- Ideal for all skin types including sensitive
How to use: Shake well before use. Apply sunscreen liberally to the face, neck, and chest 15 minutes before sun exposure and before applying makeup. Reapply sunscreen after 40 minutes of swimming, sweating, immediately after towel drying, and least every two hours. Spending time in the sun increases your risk of skin cancer and early skin aging. To decrease this risk, regularly use a sunscreen with a Broad-Spectrum SPF value of 15 or higher paired with a SkinCeuticals Vitamin C Serum.
- 5% Zinc oxide (Z-Cote A®): This microfine zinc oxide is a non-chemical filter providing broad spectrum protection against burning UVB as well as aging UVA rays. The particle size and distribution characteristics spread evenly and provide a non-whitening effect
- 6% Titanium dioxide: Microfine titanium dioxide is a non-chemical SPF contributor that forms a barrier on skin to protect against UVA and UVB rays
- Artemia salina: This plankton extract helps boost skin's natural defenses and resistance to UV- and heat-induced stress. (based on in-vitro testing)
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