revitalising day cream SPF 40 50 ml
protective tinted gel SPF 6 200 ml
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Anti-Wrinkle Face Cream SPF 30 50 ml
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Enjoy sunny days without having to worry! The sun’s warming rays stimulate the body’s production of vitamin D and have a positive impact on our mood, but excessive sun exposure can take a toll on the health and beauty of our skin. Find out what your skin needs in the sun and discover the best sunscreen on Notino!
Did you know that your skin remembers every instance of sunburn for a long time? Repeated exposure to ultraviolet radiation, along with every instance of sunburn and sun-induced irritation, can affect the condition of our skin, even decades later. Although our immune system tries to repair or destroy damaged cells, its ability to do so is limited and becomes depleted over the years, which can increase the risk of skin cancer.
TIP: Protect your skin against the sun – not just in summer but all year round, even when it’s cloudy or you’re in the shade. Harmful radiation penetrates clouds and glass and even reflects off snow.
The sun produces ultraviolet rays that are harmful to our skin, eyes and hair. There are two types of harmful UV rays that reach the Earth’s surface and therefore our skin.
The sun protection factor, or SPF number, determines how long a sunscreen will protect your skin against UVB rays. The higher the SPF number, the longer the skin is protected against redness and sunburn. For example, if your skin burns easily after 10 minutes in the sun, an SPF 30 sunscreen can increase that time by up to 30 times, i.e. up to 300 minutes. However, the resulting time also depends on your phototype, the latitude and correct application of the sunscreen.
Are you undecided about which sunscreen to use at the beach, in the countryside or in the mountains? Sunscreens vary according to their SPF, their ability to protect against both types of UV rays, consistency, formula and way of application. But before you start choosing the best sunscreen, first you need to determine your phototype – in other words, how your skin reacts to the sun.
TIP: Even if you have a higher phototype and don’t burn, always choose a higher SPF to minimise the risk of skin damage.
Choose the appropriate SPF level for your phototype and depending on where you will be using the sunscreen.
Explore a wide selection of sunscreen lotions, creams, tanning oils and more:
TIP: On sunny days, special hair sunscreen products with UV filters deliver protection against the sun for your hair and protect the beauty and colour of your locks, giving them the hydration and nourishment they need.
To protect the delicate skin on your face, it’s better to choose a special sunscreen for the face. When choosing, focus on your skin type or any problem you have with your skin (there are also sunscreens for pigment spots, wrinkles or acne). On colder days, a face cream with SPF will also protect you, and for summer, choose a sunscreen with a high SPF.
TIP: Get a tanning mist for your face and carry it with you at all times during the summer. You can spray it on at any time during the day, even over makeup!
Broad-spectrum creams protect the skin against UVB and UVA rays at the same time. You can tell by the PA index (Protection Grade of UVA) given on the product packaging.
TIP: If your skin is very sensitive, dry to atopic, you can try a sunscreen for atopic skin, which is gentle on the skin and moisturises it gently.
Simply put, protective filters are either chemical or mineral filters; some sunscreens combine these filters to achieve the best possible protection against harmful rays. What is the difference between a chemical filter and a mineral filter?
The delicate skin of children is highly susceptible to irritation and sunburn, so always protect children in the sun with a high SPF. Choose a children’s sunscreen with SPF 30 to 50+, a gentle formula and a lightweight consistency that’s easy to apply and absorbs quickly. As a rule, children’s sunscreen leaves fine white traces after being applied, which serves as a visual check for thorough application of the product. A sunscreen with a mineral filter is suitable for children with very sensitive skin as it is very gentle and works immediately upon application.
Choose a baby sunscreen with SPF 50+ and the gentlest formula. Remember that children under 3 years old should keep exposure to direct sunlight to a minimum, as children’s skin is incredibly delicate at this age. In this situation more than anywhere else, you should apply sunscreen to your baby even when in the shade.
TIP: In addition to a good-quality children’s sunscreen, give your little one a cap or a lightweight children’s hat for sunny days – and don’t forget sunglasses with UV filters for children.
Sunscreen is only effective if applied correctly, regularly and in the recommended amount. How do I go about it?
TIP: After being out in the sun, give your skin the hydration, soothing care and nourishment it needs with high-quality after-sun creams.
TIP: If you want to enjoy golden skin all year round, try a quality self-tanning products.
A sun allergy is an extreme response to the sun on the part of the immune system. This can often occur on holiday, when we leave a temperate climate and head for the tropics. Strong UV rays on exposed parts of the body can cause hives, or itchy, red blisters that ooze. If you are suffering from a sun rash, we recommend using a special sunscreen for sun allergies, sunbathing carefully and regularly and strengthening your immunity, which affects the skin’s response to the sun’s rays.
Do you love sunbathing but are afraid of sunburn? The best sunscreen for face and body, sun creams with mineral filters, nourishing dry tanning oils and tanning accelerators are waiting for you at notino.co.uk.