What is the Daily UV Defence SPF50?
It’s the number one piece of beauty advice: wear SPF protection everyday, whatever the weather.
The Daily UV Defence SPF50 is a light, non-greasy facial defence cream designed to protect your skin against UVA and UVB rays which cause premature ageing and sunburn. With added skin health ingredients, it also helps to smooth the skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve skin’s radiance. You’ll be ready for whatever the day holds!
Why choose the Daily UV Defence SPF50?
As well as needing to provide great defence against UV rays, we also want our sun protection products to look good on our skin, meaning no greasiness, heaviness or white residue.
Unlike other sun protection products on the market, this cream provides high factor UVA and UVB (which cause premature ageing and sunburn) defence with a smooth, non-greasy finish on the skin and also provides extra skin health benefits via vitamin B3 and a rich source of
Vitamin B3 helps reduce the signs of age spots whilst, multi-tasking Superox-C™, the world’s richest source of vitamin C, is a skincare hero, helping to combat free radical damage, smooth the skin and improve radiance. It also helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles by stimulating collagen and hyaluronic acid production in the skin.
Who is it for?
The Daily UV Defence SPF50 is suitable for all skin types whatever the weather - UVA rays are present rain or shine, whatever the season. With added ingredients for skin health, this product is great for mature skin.
Apply generously and evenly 15 minutes before going out in the sun and re-apply frequently, especially after swimming or exercise. Suitable for everyday use.
Pre-launch user trial results:
The Daily UV Defence SPF50 was tested on 110 women over 2 weeks, this is a summary of the results:
- 96% said their skin felt more protected from the sun
- 90% said their skin was more hydrated
- 80% said their skin looked brighter
- 75% said their skin looked more luminous
- 72% said their skin looked plumper
Made in the UK.