Sun Protector SPF50+
Info - Do you know why we have formulated this product?
With this sun cream we want to protect your skin.
Although the sun has beneficial properties for the synthesis of Vitamin D, we all have to be very careful when exposing ourselves to radiation, especially people during their treatment.
Some chemotherapy drugs are photosensitive and can cause blemishes if the skin is exposed to the sun.
We recommend using high protection, we consider it essential, because your skin is more sensitive to solar radiation during cancer treatment.
|How to use||
It should be applied before sun exposure and spread generously (2 mg / cm2) and evenly over the face and neck for adequate protection. To maintain protection, repeat the application of the product frequently, especially after perspiring, bathing or drying off.
Applying less amounts leads to a significant reduction in protection. Do not stay in the sun for a long time even if you use a sunscreen product. Keep babies and young children out of direct sunlight. Excessive sun exposure is a major health hazard.
Chemical Filters: they capture solar energy and transform it, making it harmless to the skin. They favor the comprehensive treatment of the damage caused by solar radiation on our skin, since it protects us against UVA and UVB radiation. UVA rays penetrate the skin more deeply than UVB rays, play an important role in skin aging and wrinkles (photoaging), and damage skin cells called keratinocytes found in the basal layer of the epidermis. UVB rays are the main cause of skin redness and sunburn, it tends to damage the most superficial layers of the skin's epidermis.
EFFECTS OF CHEMOTHERAPY