MISSHA Safe Block Waterproof Family Sun Lotion SPF50+PA+++ - 200 g
The mild, waterproof sunscreen for the whole family in an XL pack reliably protects with SPF50 + PA +++ from UVA and UVB radiation and provides the skin with a lot of moisture without sticking or leaving a white film. Thanks to the water, sebum and sweat-resistant formula , the sun lotion is ideal for sporty outdoor activities and can be used for the face as well as for the whole body. The light texture adheres pleasantly airy to the skin and refreshes it with moisturizing ingredients.
TIPS: The right amount: a fingertip full of sun cream for face. The right time: Apply sun protection at least 30 minutes before sun exposure. The right duration: After three hours, you should re apply the sunscreen.
Answers to the 3 most common questions about sun protection: How much sun cream should be used? Use a fingertip amount for the face and half a palm for the body. How often do I have to apply sunscreen? To ensure perfect sun protection, you should reapply the light sunscreen every three hours. When should i apply my sunscreen? The sun protection takes 30 minutes to have its full effect. Apply it particularly carefully to areas that are most exposed to the sun, such as forehead, cheeks, under the eyes and on the bridge of the nose.
Organic versus chemical sun protection: Organic sun protection: Forms a thin protective layer and reflects UV radiation. It is hypoallergenic and has an extra strong adhesive force. Chemical sun protection: absorbs and neutralizes UV radiation. It has a fresh, light texture, does not stick and does not leave a white finish. SPF and PA index: SPF protects against UVB radiation (sunburn): UVB radiation does not penetrate the deep layers of the skin, but causes painful sunburn and irritation. PA protects against UVA radiation: UVA radiation penetrates the skin and causes wrinkles, pigmentations and skin cancer. The PA value of a sun block indicates protection against UVA radiation, the "+" indicates the PPD value of the sun block (persistent pigment darkening, that is by how much slower the skin darkens compared to unprotected skin). PA +++ means that it takes 8-16 times longer for the skin to react to UVA rays. Accordingly, PA ++ is shorter, PA ++++ at least 16 times longer, usually even higher.