Octinoxate,Avobenzone,Oxybenzone,Titanium Dioxide & Vitamin E

While sun rays are the source of vitamin D needed by the body, over-exposure without sunscreen lotions can put you at a health risk. If you use sunscreen lotion, you can block the damage done by the harmful UV rays that may also trigger skin disorders. SPF 50 contans Octinoxate-Avobenzone-Oxybenzone-Vitamin E and Titanium Dioxide is used to protect the skin from the harmful effects of the sun. They help to prevent sunburn and premature aging (such as wrinkles, leathery skin). Using Sunwar SPF sunscreen on your face helps to keep your complexion even. Sun damage is one of the many causes of uneven skin tones and daily sun cream helps to prevent those effects. One of the most obvious and notable benefits of sunscreen is that it protects your skin against the sun's broad spectrum of harmful UV rays.

WHAT IS SPF?:

A sunscreen's SPF number refers mainly to the amount of UVB protection it provides. UVA rays cause skin damage that leads to tanning as well as skin aging and wrinkles

SPF 50:

Ideal for all skin types including those prone to breakouts. Not only does this staple prevent your skin from damage caused by UVA and UVB rays but also triggers a repair that helps prevent signs of aging
    It is indicated to provide protection from UVB Rays & deep penetrating UVA Rays to prevent tanning, sunburn and premature aging of the skin.
  • Sunburn
  • Photosensitivity
  • Skin Tanning.
  • Photo aging

Oxybenzone:

often found in broad-spectrum sunscreens, helps filter both UVB and UVA rays (specifically short UVA). It works as a sunscreen by absorbing UV radiation. This ingredient penetrates the skin and is also used to help other chemicals penetrate the skin.

Avobenzone:

Avobenzone by itself, is relatively safe in terms of toxicity, but it breaks down quickly in the sun. Once exposed to the sun, avobenzone alone only offers about 30 minutes of protection.

Octinoxate:

It is an organic UV filter. It is readily absorbed into the skin and continues to be absorbed after the sunscreen has been applied

Titanium Dioxide

works as a UV filtering ingredient in sunscreen it helps protect a person's skin by blocking the absorption of the sun's ultraviolet light that can cause sunburn.

Vitamin E

a natural antioxidant and moisturizer soothes the skin and promotes healing.

USAGE:

It provides complete broad-spectrum sun protection for sensitive skin and suitable for all skin types.
  • Step 1: Correct amount for the face and neck is half a teaspoon (simply measure and dispense three finger lengths of the product)
  • Step 2: Apply the sunscreen on all parts of the face
  • Step 3: Gently rub into the skin in sweeping or circular motions until it is absorbed
Note: Don't forget to apply some extra on your decolletage and ears if they are exposed to the sun
Put sunscreen on first, then your moisturizer. Best to get it right on your clean, dry skin.
Use sunscreen daily. The majority of sun exposure is casual and incidental, meaning you get it walking to the subway or to get lunch or through your office window, say dermatologists.
Apply sunscreen before you go into the sun. Chemical sunscreens need time to be absorbed into the skin to work. So they require a head start of about 20 minutes.
  • Read the label carefully before use
  • Keep away from children
  • For external use only
  • Avoid contact with eyes
  • Discontinue use if rash, irritation, burning sensation or sensitivity develops/occurs
  • Store in a cool, dry, and dark place