Light Day Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF-37 – 8 oz
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Our environment requires daily protection with new levels of performance. Award winning photo stabilizer Solastay® S1 reduces sensitivity issues often associated with UV absorbers. New age antioxidants Lipochroman-6 (TM) and Preventhelia (TM) prevent damage to DNA proteins caused by UV exposure. This light lotion contains grape stem cell culture extract to enhance photo protection and delay cell senescence. Fast absorbing with an elegant feel, this is designed for daily use.
All skin types
Targeted ingredients that offer proven broad spectrum protection
Intended for daily use
Safe for use after peels, microdermabrasion, waxing and laser procedures
Apply liberally (about 2 g or 1/3 teaspoon) to face, neck and ears 15 minutes before sun exposure. Warning: reducing this quantity will lower the level of protection significantly. Keep out of eyes. Keep out of reach of children.
- Octinoxate (Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate)
Octinoxate (Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate)
7.5% - Sunscreen
2.8% - Sunscreen
- Avobenzone (Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane)
Avobenzone (Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane)
3.0% - Sunscreen
- SolaStay (Ethylhexyl Methoxycrylene)
SolaStay (Ethylhexyl Methoxycrylene)
Award winning photostabalizer specifically designed as a singlet state quencher for Avobenzone and Octinoxate.
- PhytoCellTech Solar Vitis (grape stem cell extract)
PhytoCellTech Solar Vitis (grape stem cell extract)
Protects against oxidative and UV damage
- Lipochroman 6 (Dimethylmethoxy chromanol)
Lipochroman 6 (Dimethylmethoxy chromanol)
Scavenger of reactive oxygen and reactive nitrogen species that protects cells from damage, premature aging and protects cellular machinery from degradation
- Preventhilia (Diaminopropionoyl Tripeptide-33)
Preventhilia (Diaminopropionoyl Tripeptide-33)
Tetrapeptide that prevents the damage caused directly or indirectly by UV radiation to DNA and proteins, thus preventing photoaging