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Anthelios Sunscreen (UV Protection)

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Drug:Anthelios Sunscreen Ultra Fluid Lotion
ManufacturerLa Roche Posay
Country:Canada
Dosage:60 SPF/150 ml
Qty:1
Price:$37.99

Anthelios Sunscreens come in a variety of SPF levels and delivery types to protect the skin from the damaging effects of the sun’s rays. You can get these sunscreens in a lotion, face stick, and kid’s formulas.

Manufacturer Information

The brand Anthelios Sunscreen is manufactured by La Roche-Posay and comes from Canada. It’s available in a 30 SPF / 100ml (lotion), 50 SPF / 150ml (kids lotion), 60 SPF / 50 ml (ultra fluid lotion), 60 SPF / 9gm (face stick), and 60 SPF / 150ml (ultra fluid lotion). Mexoryl is a chemical in the sunscreen which protects the skin from wrinkle-causing UVA rays.

Anthelios Sunscreen Features

Anthelios offers dermatologist tested face and body sunscreens that work so well, even those with sensitive skin can use them. They also contain their special Cell-Ox Shield® technology, which is a broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection with antioxidants to limit the damage caused by free radicals. Anthelios has won multiple awards, including the 2017 InStyle Best Beauty Buy and 2016 ELLE “Genius Award.”

There are no common side effects. In rare instances, an allergic reaction can happen when using Anthelios Sunscreens, as with any other skincare product. Contact your dermatologist if you see signs of a skin rash.

Anthelios Sunscreens are available in many different SPF levels and each have their own benefits. Many are exceptional for people with an oily complexion, as they do not contribute to this condition. There are specific formulas for sensitive skin, oily skin, and kids use. They also come in lotions or face sticks to make application easier. To use, apply Anthelios Sunscreens 15 minutes prior to sun exposure and reapply every 2 hours when out in the sun, or every 80 minutes if swimming or sweating. Anthelios Sunscreens protect the skin from free radicals caused by UV rays. The majority of these sunscreens provide broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection.

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