A broad spectrum, oil free sunscreen for face and body that provides high UV protection while moisturizing skin in a weightless lotion.
SKIN TYPES: Dry, Normal, Oily, Combination
SKIN CONCERN: Dehydrated, Discoloration, Aging
Light Moisture UV Defense SPF 50 is a weightless, non comedogenic sunscreen featuring an optimized concentration of UVA/UVB filters to provide advanced broad spectrum protection against damaging UV rays. Formulated for the face and body, this oil free sunscreen thoroughly moisturizes as it protects, leaving skin feeling comfortable and soothed. Fast absorbing, quick-dry technology blends invisibly into skin and does not transfer to clothing. Dermatologist-tested for safety.
Sheer, weightless formula that easily blends into skin
Moisturizes in a weightless lotion without clogging pores
Absorbs quickly on face and body with a clean skin finish
Fast absorbing, non-transfer, non-whitening formula
Paraben- and fragrance-free; non comedogenic
HOW TO USE:
Apply a generous amount of this oil free sunscreen to the face, neck, and overall body 15 minutes prior to sun exposure. Apply before makeup. Reapply after 80 minutes of sweating, swimming, immediately after towel drying, and at least every two hours. For children under six months of age, consult a physician before use.
This oil-soluble, organic compound is commonly used in sunscreen formulations to absorb skin-aging UVA rays.
Also known as homomenthyl salicylate, this organic compound is primarily used as a UV filter in sunscreen formulations to absorb burning UVB rays. It is considered a non-sensitizing sunscreen agent.
Also known as octyl salicylate, this oil-soluble, organic sunscreen ingredient protects skin from the full spectrum of burning UVB rays.
An organic compound widely used as an ingredient in sunscreen formulations to absorb burning UVB rays. It possesses emollient properties and can be used as an additive to preserve the nature of photosensitive ingredients.
Derived from vegetables, this powerful humectant possesses water-binding properties that help deliver intense hydration.
SCIENCE & PROOF:
Sun Protection Measures: 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 and other sun protection measures including:
-Limit time in the sun, from 10 am – 2 pm
-Wear long-sleeved shirts, pants, hats, and sunglasses
-For children under six months of age, consult a physician before use