e’clat superior UV HYDRA LITE Sunscreen
₹990.00 MRP (INCLUSIVE OF ALL TAX)
Weight: 60 gm
- Physical Sunscreen
- UVA/UVB Protection
- Pollution Protection
Physical Sunscreen, UVA/UVB Protection, Pollution Protection with Zinc Oxide, Hyaluronic acid, Antioxidants and Essential oils
E’clat sunscreen gel broad spectrum is designed to protect the skin from UVA and UVB rays. Formulated with Hyaluronic acid, Antioxidants & essential oils to boost skin moisture and reduce appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It defends skin against oxidative stress. Improves skin complexion, texture, and tone. This UV Hydra Lite sunscreen is Lightweight, non-greasy texture & ideal for daily use on all skin types.
Zinc Oxide, Triethoxycaprylylsilane, Titanium Dioxide, Silica, Dimethicone, Vitamin C, Niacinamide, Hyaluronic acid, Biosaccharide Gum-4, C12-15 alkyl benzoate, Caprylic/capric triglyceride, cyclopentasiloxane and Dimethicone cross polymer, Olive oil, Shea butter, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Gluconate, Benzophenone-4, Black seed oil, Silicone Base.
Direction for use
Apply liberally & evenly on the face, Neck and exposed area of the skin 15 minutes before sun exposure. Re-apply every 2 hours if continuous Sun exposure, swimming or excessive perspiration. Not to be used in children below 3years.
Sun Care or Daily Day Proactive skin care ?
The science of sun protection perfectly intersects the worlds of health and beauty.
Sun care is only part of skin care. To be complete, skin care requires a daily day proactive total skin care regimen.
Research documents that sun exposure and air pollution especially, but also tobacco smoke and cosmetic products, initiate damage that drives premature skin aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, loss in elasticity, dryness, pruritus and age spots.
Lack of Hydration and increased ROS is also responsible for premature ageing and systemic health.
More than 50% of ROS (Responsible for pre mature ageing ) formation stems from radiation outside the UV spectral region and therefore cannot be prevented by sunscreens.
e’clat superior UV Hydralite is a complete daily day proactive skin care can affect not only skin’s own appearance and health, but possibly overall systemic health as humans progress into older age.
It’s unique formulation 50++ Physical SPF [high-performance formula using zinc (at 20%) and Titenium Di Oxide as its only filter]. pollushield, antioxidants and hydrating agents makes it complete daily day proactive skin care regimen.
Some interesting facts for sunscreen
I will always stand by the fact that good quality, full-spectrum sunscreen is a non-negotiable aspect of skincare.
Not only does it protect the skin from aging, but also from the potential development of skin cancer.
The term ‘full-spectrum’ means that your sunscreen protects you from both UVA and UVB rays, which have different effects on the skin.
UVB rays attack the superficial layers of the skin, causing enough damage to tan as well as causing sunburn.
UVA rays penetrate deeper into the skin, producing free radicals, damaging collagen and are the reason that skin cancer develops.They penetrate glass and clouds, so even being inside on an overcast day can’t protect you from the sun.
Therefore, wearing sunscreen daily, no matter the weather, is an important habit for your skin’s health.
As previously mentioned, ensure that your sunscreen has a high sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30. Used as directed, this will provide very good protection from the sun.
Make sure you reapply your sunscreen in every 2-3 hours.
In order to get an adequate amount of protection, you should apply 2 mg/square cm5, which essentially means a lot.
Considering the area of your face, you should need about 1.5 grams of cream. In other terms, let’s say that a 50 ml bottle of cream should suffice for only 30 applications.
When we say that sunscreen should also be reapplied regularly, that means every 2-3 hours, especially when in direct sunlight.
Investing in a spray or powder sunscreen that can be easily reapplied throughout the day will help you maintain protection (without messing up your makeup).
Once you’ve applied sunscreen to your face, always rub the excess on the back of your hands rather than washing it off. The skin on the back of our hands is often exposed to the sun without us thinking about it. The skin in this area is also thinner and one of the first areas of our body to begin to age.
Investing in a hand cream with an additional SPF is also a great option to protect your hands throughout the year.