We are thrilled to announce the launch of our first SPF moisturiser, now available to purchase on the website and via selected spa partners. The new product aims to complement our customer's skincare routine, helping to protect their skin from harmful UVA + UVB rays.
SPF 50+ Daily is designed for daily application to the face and neck, to protect against sunburn and harmful rays, along with premature ageing. The SPF moisturiser is formulated with Vitamin E and B5, which both naturally hydrate the skin and help protect the skin cells from damage
The SPF is also terminologically tested, suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin, as well as being vegan. The formula is also ‘broad spectrum’ which means it will shield the skin against both UVA and UVB rays, offering a higher level of protection
We all know protecting our skin is important, but see all the key benefits below:
- Reduce your risk of skin cancer: SPF protects your skin and reduces your risk of developing skin cancer and skin pre-cancers.
- Protects against sunburn: Sunburn occurs when the skin absorbs ultraviolet radiation from sunlight and damages the generic material in skin cells. Sunscreen defends the skin against UV rays by absorbing, reflecting or scattering sunlight.
- Prevents the early onset of wrinkles & fine lines: Using an SPF can help prevent premature aging, when it comes to developing wrinkles, fine lines and crow’s feet, by protecting from harmful rays.
- Prevents blotchy skin & hyper-pigmentation: SPF can also help protect against dark spots and hyper pigmentation, remember to wear SPF everyday come rain or shine, not just in summer.
Include SPF 50+ Daily into your skincare routine:
For the perfect summer skincare routine, we recommend double-cleansing & toning, with our ‘Naturally’ range product, followed by massaging in a face serum or facial moisturiser.
This base of nourishing ingredients will allow your SPF to go on smoothly, protecting the skin. Apply a generous layer of our SPF 50 + Daily over your face and neck, applying onto high points of the face first – forehead, nose, cheeks, before covering the rest with SPF.