Add critical UV defense to your moisturizer or foundation with this Broad Spectrum sunscreen for all skin conditions. Sophisticated, non-chalky formula forms an invisible shield against skin damaging environmental assault with Green Tea and Grape Seed extracts. Antioxidant vitamins C and E improve skin smoothness and softness while providing added defense against skin-aging free radicals. Apply directly to face and neck for full SPF50 coverage, or mix equal parts with your moisturizer or foundation to add critical defense against skin-aging UV light.
- Boost the UV defense of prescribed Dermalogica Moisturizers by mixing equal parts together. May also be used alone for maximum SPF50 coverage.
- Sophisticated, non-chalky formula forms an invisible shield against skin damaging environmental assault.
- Antioxidants help improve skin smoothness and softness while providing added defense against skin-aging free radicals.
Mix equal parts of Solar Defense Booster SPF50 into your favorite moisturizer or foundation for a Broad Spectrum boost!
Directions for use: Apply liberally to face and neck to get the benefit of the full SPF50 protection. It is best to apply 30 minutes before going out in the sun and reapply regularly, particularly after exercise and swimming. It can be mixed with a moisturiser or foundation to provide them with sun protection.
Dermalogica Solar defense booster spf50 1.7 oz / 50 ml
Active ingredients: Avobenzone, Octinoxate. UV Smart Booster Technology: an encapsulated complex of antioxidant vitamins C and E; scavenges UV-induced free radicals while enhancing photoprotection. Oleosome Technology: a Safflower-derived, sunscreen-filled capsule that provides enhanced moisturization while boosting SPF. Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed and Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea): soothing botanical extracts that provide anti-enzyme and antioxidant protection. Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (Vitamin C) and Tocopherol (Vitamin E): antioxidants that improve skin smoothness and softness, and help control damage caused by free radicals.