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NEW! ISDIN Clear Eryfotona Actinica Sunscreen SPF50+
NEW! ISDIN Clear Eryfotona Actinica Sunscreen SPF50+
NEW! ISDIN Clear Eryfotona Actinica Sunscreen SPF50+
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NEW! ISDIN Clear Eryfotona Actinica Sunscreen SPF50+

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Eryfotona Actinica is a fast-absorbing, ultralight emulsion providing all-mineral broad spectrum sun protection. Its innovative formula contains DNA Repairsomes®, naturally occurring enzymes which are clinically proven to repair existing sun damage. Eryfotona Actinica is the perfect lightweight sunscreen for all day use, every day.

INGREDIENTS:

Zinc oxideA 100% mineral sunscreen which effectively blocks the sun’s harmful UVA and UVB rays.

DNA Repairsomes®Photolyase is a repair enzyme, derived from plankton, which has been shown to help repair damage caused by the sun.

Vitamin EAn antioxidant which helps to boost skin’s natural defenses, protect against environmental damage and fight the early signs of skin aging.

 

HOW TO USE:

 Shake well before use. Apply the equivalent of 2 finger-lengths on your face and neck, or more if needed, 15 minutes before sun exposure. During sun exposure, reapply after 40 minutes of swimming or sweating, immediately after towel drying and at least every 2 hours.

 

FAQS

Is Eryfotona Actinica a tinted sunscreen?

No, Eryfotona Actinica is a non-tinted mineral sunscreen with SPF 50+. Our expert sun care range does include a tinted sunscreen. Use the search bar to find 'Eryfotona Ageless' or browse our complete sun care range.

What is actinic damage?

Actinic damage, also referred to as sun damage, represents changes in the skin as a result of excessive sun exposure. Ultraviolet light can interfere with the skin’s normal reparative mechanisms, and when these are overwhelmed by too much sun exposure, negative results may include skin thickening, wrinkles, changes in skin tone, and a potential progression to pre-cancerous (actinic keratosis) or cancerous lesions.