SIMPURE Weightless Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF50
UVA/B Protection PA+++, Transparent Formula + Reef Safe
Shield your skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays. This broad spectrum non-comedogenic, anti-inflammatory facial formula is fragrance-free and includes sodium hyaluronate to moisturize skin. Ten added plant extracts calm skin and naturally boost UV protection.
GREAT on ALL skin types, especially sensitive.
- Lightweight, Clean, Unscented Non-Comedogenic Formula.
- Added Sodium Hyaluronate for added moisturizing properties.
- Reef Safe (Oxybenzone-Free)
- PA+++ rated (Very high UVA protection)
- Affordable protection when compared to other brands.
- More product per bottle, cleaner ingredients, Easy decision.
SIZE: 150mL (5.1 fl. oz.) Airless pump
This oil-free, weightless transparent facial sunscreen will become your go-to facial sunscreen after the first use. The carefully selected clean ingredients help prevent breakouts associated to acne and rosacea. It contains Aloe + 10 plant extracts that promote the appearance of healthy-looking moisturized skin. Very smooth and silky, it may be worn with makeup or alone.
When it comes to UV rays, there are two primary types that you need to worry about: UVA, which penetrate the deep layers of your skin to cause aging and wrinkles; UVB rays hit the top layer of the skin and lead to sunburns and, over time exposure to both could lead to skin cancer. So in order to ensure you're completely protected, you want to use a product that will work against both.
While mineral filters are able to work double duty to keep you safe from both types of rays (lookin' at you, zinc oxide and titanium dioxide!), when it comes to chemical sunscreens you'll NEED to opt for something that has a thoughtful combination of UVA and UVB protectants, which is why you'll frequently see a few active ingredients in chemical sunscreens like this formula.
What is the difference between a "Physical" and "Chemical" Sunscreen?
There are two different types of sunscreen ingredients on the market—"physical" and "chemical"—both of which protect your skin from the sun's rays, but in different ways. Physical sunscreens create a literal physical barrier between your sun and the skin to form a protective barrier, while chemical sunscreens sink into your skin to absorb the UV rays.