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There is no need for compromise on the beach with this certified natural high performance sunscreen. Our patent-pending stem cells from Northern Dragonhead deliver a hyper dose of potent antioxidants to fight the No. 1 enemy of youthful skin – free radicals.
Raspberry seed oil and vitamin E team up for SPF-boosting and restoring power, while the silky glide-on texture, translucent finish, and zesty fragrance make skin protection an enjoyable experience. Don’t let the dark side of the sun take over!
Ensures broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection and prevents ageing. Perfect for the beach and all kinds of outdoor activities.
Apply liberally before sun exposure. Re-apply after swimming/washing and towel drying. PRO TIP for urban dwellers: use daily on sun exposed body areas (shoulders, legs, hands) before hitting the streets.
What does broad spectrum protection mean?
Skin care products that ensure broad spectrum sun protection are able to protect not only against UVB (cause suntan and sunburn, contribute to cancer risk), but also UVA (prevalent even on cloudy days, generate free radicals, cause deep wrinkles and ageing, and also contribute to cancer risk) rays.
What’s the difference between chemical and natural sunscreens?
If chemical sun protection products penetrate the skin and absorb sun rays, natural sunscreens use mineral-based filters (MÁDARA uses zinc oxide that provides the highest levels of UV blocking due to the optimum particle size) that physically reflect the harmful UV rays.
Why should I prefer a natural sun protection filter?
As studies detect certain health risk, associated with chemical filters (accumulation in the body, possible irritation and even hormonal alterations), mineral-based (also known as physical or natural) filters are considered as safer and even more effective – creating a physical barrier, natural sunscreens work from the moment of application and, as their action has nothing to do with chemical reactions, they work as long as they stay on your skin (means you might even need less applications throughout the day, comparing to chemical sunscreens).
Should I apply a sunscreen only in the summer?
Your skin is affected by UV rays 365 days a year. Moreover, the harmful UVA rays are also prevalent on cloudy days and can affect your skin through the window, contributing to cancer risk and causing premature ageing. So, the short answer is – take care of broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection all year round.