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Invisible Zinc Sunscreen Moisturiser

INV. ZINC Facial Moist. SPF30 50ml

  • $3699


INVISIBLE
ZINC®
FACIAL MOISTURISER
SPF 30 UVA – UVB

A daily facial moisturiser with SPF30 and zinc oxide protection. Facial Moisturiser is a remarkable high performance sunscreen + daily moisturiser containing an anti-pollution film to assist in neutralising environmental pollutants, chemicals and smoke.

TIPS

Use as a daily moisturiser for all skin types including sensitive skin

FEATURES

  • 3-in-1 (zinc sunscreen, daily facial moisturiser, anti-pollution film)
  • Light, non-greasy
  • Easily absorbed
  • Micronised zinc oxide

BENEFITS

  • Feels like a moisturiser
  • Light, silky and comfortable
  • May assist in diminishing the look of fine lines
  • High UVA & UVB protection

THE BENEFITS

  • A physical barrier between you and the sun. Invisible Zinc® protects against surface UVB and deeper penetrating UVA.
  • Invisible Zinc® uses one key active ingredient – Zinc Oxide – a mineral reflector found in nature to create a physical, reflective veil on the surface of your skin.
  • Invisible Zinc® uses micronised Zinc Oxide which although invisible to the naked eye still provides outstanding broad spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays. Broad spectrum offers consistent broad spectrum protection against UVB and UVA rays.
  • Invisible Zinc® means the sun protection of Zinc Oxide without the thick zinc cream look. Zinc Oxide has a long history of use in skin care products and is currently a key ingredient in many baby creams, calamine lotions and skin salves.
  • Wear Invisible Zinc® protection every day, not just at the beach.

WHAT MAKES ZINC OXIDE SO SPECIAL?
Zinc Oxide is a NATURAL, PHYSICAL sunscreening agent that sits on your skin reflecting both UVA and UVB rays. UVA rays (also known as the silent wrinkler) can do deeper level damage at the cell level and can be responsible for skin ageing and wrinkling. UVB rays penetrate into the epidermis (top layer of the skin) causing damage to the cells. UVB is responsible for sunburn – a significant risk factor for skin cancer, especially melanoma.

 


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