Award-winning Sheer Hydration Broad Spectrum SPF 40 is a sheer physical sunscreen that provides powerful broad-spectrum protection against harmful UVA and UVB rays. It uses a combination of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide while moisturising with vitamin E. This formula is also packed with free-radical-quenching antioxidants, including a stable vitamin C, resveratrol, grape seed extract, and glutathione.
Apply generously and evenly to face, neck, and chest 15 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply as needed or after swimming, washing, towel drying or heavy perspiring.
Caution: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes, eyelids and mucous membranes. Keep out of reach of children. Prior to use on children under 6 months of age, consult a physician.
Micronized Zinc Oxide: A safe, micro-fine mineral that offers broad-spectrum protection from both UVA (ageing) and UVB (sunburn-causing) rays without leaving residual chalkiness on skin. Zinc oxide is known as a physical sunscreen agent, largely reflecting and scattering UV rays.
Titanium Dioxide: A safe naturally occurring mineral coated for sun stability, titanium dioxide offers broad-spectrum protection from both UVA (ageing) and UVB (sunburn-causing) rays. Like zinc oxide, titanium dioxide is known as a physical sunscreen agent, largely reflecting and scattering UV rays.
Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate: A stable form of the powerful antioxidant vitamin C. It brightens the skin and evens out skin tone.
Tocopherol Acetate: An effective form of vitamin E for the skin, this highly moisturising and fat-soluble vitamin acts as an antioxidant, which strengthens the effect of vitamin C.
Resveratrol: Derived either from grape seeds or the Japanese knotweed plant, this antioxidant neutralizes free radical damage.
Grape Seed Extract: Derived from grape seeds, this antioxidant enhances the effect of sunscreen by protecting skin against UV-induced free radicals.
Glutathione: An antioxidant peptide produced naturally in our bodies, glutathione helps recycle other antioxidants. Glutathione levels decrease with age.