A superior facial sunscreen to protect and soothe sensitive and dry skin
Eucerin Sun Creme Sensitive Protect SPF 50+ is an everyday facial sunscreen that protects and soothes sensitive and dry skin. The Advanced Spectral Technology combines broadband and photostable UVA/UVB filters for high UV protection with Licochalcone A to neutralize free radicals caused by UV and HEVIS light. The sunscreen for dry skin also includes Glycyrrhetinic Acid which supports skin’s own DNA repair mechanism. Unperfumed − and with a light, creamy texture − Eucerin Sun Creme Sensitive Protect SPF 50+ is clinically and dermatologically proven to be suitable for sensitive, even atopic skin.
UV light is the main cause of sun-induced skin damage, but high-energy visible (HEVIS) light can also induce free radicals that cause further stress to skin.
How to Use
* Apply in the morning after, or instead of, your regular day care product
* Your skin is instantly protected from the sun – no waiting time required.
* Follow with make-up if appropriate
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Step 1: Cleanser
The most important step of any skin care routine is cleansing your skin.
Step 2: Toner
Once your skin is clean and free from any makeup, and dirt, we suggests you follow with a toner
Step 3: Serum
A serum may be able to help give your skin care routine a boost of hydration.
Step 4: Eye treatment
Like moisturizers you use on your face, eye creams and serums include skin-restoring and replenishing benefit ingredients to help hydrate, reduce the appearance of puffiness and dark circles and defend against UV rays and other environmental aggressors.
Step 5: Moisturize
Moisturizers improves skin hydration and increases stratum corneum water content by directly providing water to the skin from their water phase and increasing occlusion to reduce trans-epidermal water loss, it also covers small skin fissures, provides a soothing protective film and protects skin from friction.
Step 5: Sun Protection
Any time of year, UV radiation can affect the skin and permanently damage it. Sunburn and hyperpigmentation can result from excessive exposure to the sun’s UV rays since they deeply enter skin cells and interfere with the delicate process of skin cell renewal. Premature aging and skin elasticity loss are other effects of sun exposure.