ALL GOOD THINGS FOR YOUR SKIN
Aloe Vera helps maintain the skin's ph balance and hydrates it naturally. It has a soothing effect on the skin as it acts as a cooling agent. The anti-inflammatory properties of aloe Vera help fight acne and blemishes. It works as an astringent that reduces the size of pores by flushing out dirt from them.
The lactic acid in milk help relieve sun tan and pigmentation. It has skin-lightening properties that aid in getting rid of dead cells and unwanted tan. It creates a thin protein film that protects skin from UV rays and helps reveal soft skin underneath. milk enzymeshydrate the skin and help reflect its natural glow.
Orange Extracts are extremely useful for treating sunburns, reduce the suntan and work on the pigmentation & dark spots caused by the harmful UV rays. This ingredient is full of ant-oxidants that work on reducing sun-induced damage in the long run.
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A: Yes, Aloe vera sunscreen is suitable for all skin types because it is 98 percent water. Vitamins A, C, and E, all strong antioxidants, are abundant in it. This makes it non-comedogenic for oily skin and extremely moisturising, making it suitable for dry skin as well.
A: No, the Safesun MatteGel vitamin C sunscreen does not form a greasy layer on top of the skin, the sunscreen is made with a special gel based formula which easily gets absorbed into the skin and shields the skin from harmful UVA/UVB rays of the sun.
A: Yes, the Safesun MatteGel vitamin C sunscreen provides protection from 98 percent of damaging UVA and UVB rays in a revolutionary mineral-based composition. Natural Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide form a protective layer over your skin, shielding it from the sun's rays.
A: Yes, Mineral sunscreens, are often known as physical sunscreens, they create a physical barrier between your skin and the sun's rays. Consider these minerals to be millions of tiny mirrors laying on your skin's surface, reflecting damaging UV radiation.
A: Yes, sunscreen should be applied more than once a day, infact it is recommended to reapply the sunscreen after every two hours, more frequently if you've been swimming or exercising.
A: To remove sunscreen from the skin it is recommended to cleanse your face by using a good cleanser such as the WhiteGlow 3 in 1 Deep Cleansing Facial Foam and massage it in circular motions for at least one minute to give your pores a deep and thorough cleanse.