• Sun Care Extra Care Non-Greasy Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Full size
  • Sun Care Extra Care Non-Greasy Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Full size
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Écran Solaire SPF 50

  • Crème solaire non grasse. Protection UV à large spectre et fini mat.

  • Type de peau : Tous types de peaux
  • Préoccupation : Anti-âge , Taches brunes
  • Ingrédients : Avobenzone , Homosalate , Vitamin E Voir tout
24,00 €

Variations

Standard 148 ml
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  • Que fait ce produit?

    Une protection solaire polyvalente et légère.

    Cet écran solaire à large spectre et riche en antioxydants a une texture douce et non grasse qui ne se sent pas sur la peau. Sa formule résistante à l'eau a été conçue pour le visage et le corps et convient parfaitement aux activités d'extérieur.

  • Caractéristiques principales

    Protège des méfaits du soleil

    Crème légère, facile à appliquer

    Pour le visage et le corps

  • Conseils d'utilisation

    Appliquer généreusement avant l'exposition au soleil et si nécessaire après la baignade et/ou la transpiration. Peut être utilisé après tous les produits de soin de la peau Paula's Choice. Ne restez pas trop longtemps au soleil, même si vous utilisez un produit de protection solaire. N’exposez pas les bébés et les jeunes enfants directement au soleil. L'abus de soleil est nuisible à la santé.

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  • Ingrédients

    Quels sont les ingrédients principaux

    Avobenzone
    Filtre solaire synthétique, il fournit une protection solaire à large spectre. L'un des filtres UVA les plus utilisés dans le monde.

    Homosalate
    Filtre solaire synthétique qui protège principalement contre les rayons UVB. Il est non irritant et est souvent utilisé dans les produits avec un SPF 30 ou plus.

    Vitamine E
    C'est un excellent antioxydant qui contribue à protéger la peau contre les dégâts causés par les rayons UV.

    Contient : Benzophenone-3 (Oxybenzone)

    Ingrédients :
    Aqua, Homosalate (10%, sunscreen),Butylene Glycol (hydration/texture-enhancing), Benzophenone-3 (Oxybenzone, 6%, sunscreen), PEG-8 (texture-enhancing), Ethylhexyl Salicylate (Octisalate, 5%, thickener), Polyethylene (texture-enhancing), Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane (Avobenzone, 3%, sunscreen), Octocrylene (2%, sunscreen), Silica (absorbent), Dimethicone (hydration), Picea Excelsa (Spruce) Wood Extract (skin-soothing), Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate (vitamin C/antioxidant), Retinyl Palmitate (vitamin A/ antioxidant/skin replenishing), Tocopherol (vitamin E/antioxidant), Tocopheryl Acetate (vitamin E/antioxidant), Titanium Dioxide (Nano, texture-enhancing), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (hydration/skin-soothing), Bentonite (absorbent), Methyl Glucose Sesquistearate (texture-enhancing), Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer (texture-enhancing), Sodium Polyacrylate (texture-enhancing), Kaolin (absorbent), Ethylhexylglycerin (preservative), Disodium EDTA (stabilizer), Sodium Hydroxide (pH adjuster), Phenoxyethanol (preservative), Chlorphenesin (preservative).

  • Faq

    Frequently asked questions

    Is Extra Care Non-Greasy Sunscreen SPF 50 suitable for blemish-prone skin?

    Although it is impossible to state with certainty that someone will not break out from a sunscreen, the texture and finish of Extra Care Non-Greasy Sunscreen SPF 50 is very unlikely to cause such problems. Oftentimes what causes breakouts from sunscreens are either the active ingredients or the ingredients used create the product's texture. Extra Care Non-Greasy Sunscreen SPF50 contains lightweight ingredients and its active ingredients are less likely to trigger or exacerbate blemishes.

    I thought Paula said sunscreens rated above SPF 30 weren't needed—SPF 30 is enough, right?

    For the most part, SPF 30 is sufficient. But there are two reasons why you may want to consider a higher SPF. Many dermatologists feel that a higher SPF is necessary because most people don't apply sunscreen liberally, and when there is a higher concentration of sunscreen active ingredients (as would be the case in a sunscreen with a higher SPF number) you would be getting better protection even if you didn't apply it liberally. The other reason to consider a higher SPF is if you want to stay in the sun for even longer periods of time and have very fair to light skin color. Although Paula has spoken out against the fact that other companies offer sunscreens with oftentimes ridiculously high SPF ratings (such as SPF 70 or 100), the issue has always been that such products tend to give consumers a false sense of security. They erroneously believe that a higher SPF only needs to be applied once as they spend the day in the sun. That is not the case for any sunscreen number. A sunscreen rated SPF 30 or above provides longer but not better protection. That means you can stay in the sun longer before your skin shows signs of turning color, but does not negate the need to reapply every two hours after periods of swimming, perspiring, or toweling off. We suggest our Extra Care Non-Greasy Sunscreen SPF 50 for those who will be spending several hours outdoors and/or engaging in water-based activities. Liberal application and routine re-application is necessary in order to maintain the high level of sun protection.

  • Conseil expert

Recherche

Biochimie, Sep-Oct 2016, volumes 128-129, pages 163-173 Clinical Cosmetic Investigative Dermatology, September 2015, issue 8, pages 471-477 The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, January 2013, issue 1, pages 16-26 Indian Journal of Dermatology, 2008, volume 53, issue 4, pages 163-166 Journal of Clinical Interventions in Aging, December 2006, issue 4, pages 327-348 Indian Dermatology Online Journal, April-June 2013, issue 2, pages 143-146 Dermatologic Therapy, September-October 2007, issue 5, pages 314-21