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From the manufacturer

1 BENEFITS 2 INGREDIENTS 3 PRODUCT SAFETY 4 DERMATOLOGIST INSIGHT 5 CELL OX SHIELD

FIND THE RIGHT SUNSCREEN

Chemical

MINERAL/CHEMICAL

Chemical

TINTED

SPF 100

SPF PROTECTION

SPF 60

Chemical

MINERAL/CHEMICAL

Mineral

TINTED

SPF 100

SPF PROTECTION

SPF 50

Chemical

MINERAL/CHEMICAL

Chemical

TINTED

SPF 100

SPF PROTECTION

SPF 70

FIND YOUR ROUTINE

WHEN TO USE
Step 1: Cleanser Step 2: Soothe Step 3: Moisturize Step 4: Protect
SKIN TYPE
Normal to dry skin All skin types All skin types All skin types
BENEFIT
Gently cleanses dirt & makeup Soothing, antioxidant 48-hour hydration SPF 100 UVA/UVB protection
TEXTURE
Non-foaming cream Facial mist Lightweight cream Fast absorbing SPF lotion
FRAGRANCE/PARABEN FREE
1 Best Sunscreen 2 Extremely Fair Skin 3 Derm Recommended

What should I look for in a sunscreen for sensitive skin?

For sensitive skin, dermatologists often recommended looking for mineral sunscreens that contain either zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide. All Anthelios sunscreens are tested on sensitive skin. All formulated and tested for optimal skin tolerance.

What’s the difference between a chemical (organic) and mineral (physical) sunscreen?

Mineral sunscreens contain mineral ingredients like zinc oxide & titanium dioxide sit on the top layer of skin & reflect and scatter UV rays. Chemical sunscreens contain organic compounds like octocrylene & avobenzone absorb UV rays on the skin.

What are the advantages and disadvantages to chemical vs mineral sunscreens?

Mineral sunscreens work as soon as you apply onto skin, but because they sit directly on the skin may rub or sweat off more easily than chemical sunscreens that take at least 15min to properly absorb, meaning skin may not be immediately protected.

La Roche-Posay Anthelios Melt-In Milk Body & Face Sunscreen Lotion Broad Spectru

SKU: d6f27137-49af-4217-bb7c-2e41b722741f
$31.65Price
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