Sunmate SPF 30 Gel Cream contains both UVA and UBV Filters thus providing from spectrum of protection from sun damage. It helps to reduce UV induced sunburn cells and immune suppression. It helps to retard the process of photo ageing, protects the skin cells and natural antioxidants from oxidative damage.
Octocrylene protects the skin from harmful effects of the sun and premature skin aging. It helps to prevent the risk of skin cancer. This filter mainly absorbs UVB rays and shorter UVA rays which are responsible for aging but also for skin cancer. It remains stable and therefore effective during exposure to the sun. It stabilises avobenzone. It is particularly effective filter against long UVA rays. It enables sunscreen products to be water resistant.
Octyl methoxycinnamate is a UV filter. It can be absorbed rapidly through skin. Dimethicone forms a barrier on the skin that helps to minimizes water loss. It helps to improve the skin’s smoothness and flexibility.
Key composition of Sunmate SPF 30 Gel Cream:
Therapeutic uses of Sunmate SPF 30 Gel Cream:
Side effects of Sunmate SPF 30 Gel Cream:
Sunmate SPF 30 Gel Cream generally won’t cause any side effects. If you experience any application site reactions such as skin reddening or skin burning or skin itching or skin rash or any other allergic reactions, check with your healthcare professional.
Is Sunmate SPF 30 Gel Cream suitable for Children?
It should not recommend for children below six months of age.
How do you use Sunmate SPF 30 Gel Cream?
It can apply generously, at least 30 minutes before sun exposure. It is recommended to repeat the application every 2 hours after continuous sun exposure and 80 minutes after swimming and excessive perspiration.
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