What does SPF mean? The SPF (Sun Protectant Factor) number tells you how long you can stay in the sun before getting burned. If you normally start to burn after 10 minutes of sun exposure, an SPF 50 product will allow you to stay in the sun for approximately 50 times longer (8 hours 20 minutes). The SPF number indicates sun protection from UVB rays only. However this protection varies depending on the persons skin type and the intensity of the sun. 2mg of sun cream should be applied to 1cm squared of skin to achieve this optimum protection.
SPF50 Maximal Sense €45
- UVA + UVB skin protection
- Fights free radical sun damage
Maximal sun protection is a gentle non-whitening formula for sensitive skins which are prone to burning. Vitamins and botanical ingredients deliver antioxidant and regenerative protection which leave the skin hydrated and soothed. Maximal Sense fights burning, irritation and damage to the skin. Akademikliniken’s resident Dermatologists advise the use of a high SPF product as the best defence against sun ageing.
Key active ingredients:
- Jasmine Extract
- Pro-Vitamin E
- Broad spectrum anti UVA + UVB filters
Directions of use:
Generously apply over the face and body. Always apply 30 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply every 1-2 hours and always after perspiring, swimming or towelling.
- For external use only
- Avoid direct contact with eyes