‘Safe sun filters and extra antioxidants. Especially for your face’
Frequently asked questions
Why should you apply sun cream?
Sun cream should no longer be excluded from anyone’s daily skincare routine. Not in summer, but not in winter either. Did you know that UVA rays penetrate through clouds and glass? The sun is responsible for at least ninety percent of the signs of ageing. So that means not only wrinkles, but also pigmentation spots. Sun cream is really the only anti-wrinkle cream and, furthermore, a very important product for healthy skin.
The active ingredients in Suncare
The sun filters in Suncare are among the safest filters that there are. They protect the skin against UVB and UVA rays. Suncare has been specially created for the face. Alongside good filters, therefore, both of these products also contain high concentrations of active ingredients, such as Niacinamide (Vitamin B3), Vitamin E and caffeine. These substances have an antioxidant effect, protect the skin against the effects of infra-red rays and also strengthen the barrier function.
How do you use the Suncare?
Apply the Suncare as the last step after your Moisturizer (step 4). First let the Moisturizer absorb in. In this way, all of the important active ingredients, including the antioxidants which provide extra protection for the skin, are able to work effectively. Apply a sufficient amount of sun cream; half a teaspoon of cream is necessary for your face. Finally do not forget to cleanse your face thoroughly in the evening (step 1) with the Cleanser.
When you should use Suncare
Suncare is available in SPF15 and SPF30. It is advisable for everyone to apply a factor 30 between the months of April and September, particularly children. If you suffer from pigmentation spots or have skin which burns very easily, you are best applying SPF30 all year round. In other cases, SPF15 is sufficient. On sunny days re-apply every two hours, and apply even more if you have perspired a lot or have been swimming.