UV Doux is a silicone based sunscreen with high protection SPF 50 with PA . It provides broad-spectrum sun protection and skin-friendly sunscreen suits all skin types including sensitive skin. It protects against both UVA/UVB radiations and blocks 98% of UVB rays and offers high sun protection. This gel does not leave greasy feeling on skin.
This sunscreen is suitable for normal skin and especially oily-acne prone skin. It does not leave greasy feeling on the skin and it is water resistant. It has been dermatologically tested and is suitable for all skin types. Use 20–30 minutes prior to sun exposure or as directed by the healthcare professional.
Key Composition of Uv Doux Silicone Sunscreen gel:
Therapeutic uses of Uv Doux Silicone Sunscreen gel:
Side effects of Uv Doux Silicone Sunscreen gel:
UV Doux Sunscreen gel generally won’t cause any side effects. If you experience any application site reactions such as skin reddening, skin rash or any other allergic reactions, check with your healthcare professional.
What does SPF mean?
The sun protection factor, or SPF, indicates the factor to which the skin’s protection time against UVB rays is extended by using a particular sunscreen.
What is the point of reapplying sunscreen?
It has been proven that reapplying sunscreen twice, for example, does not offer double the SPF protection. To maintain a level of protection, sunscreen should be reapplied after significant sweating, prolonged contact with water, and if the skin is extremely sensitive to the sun.
When and where should sunscreen be used?
Sunscreen should be generously applied to dry skin with plenty of time (approximately 20 minutes) prior to sunbathing in order to achieve effective protection. Make sure that extra-sensitive body parts such as the lips, nose, eye areas, and ears are adequately protected.
What is Photostability?
To protect the skin, sunscreens use UV filters that absorb radiation from the sun. When a sunscreen is exposed to this radiation, it can alter the chemical structure of the UV filters, thus degrading their protective capabilities. A “photostable” sunscreen is able to withstand the effects of UV exposure better, so it keeps its level of protection.
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