Sunology products highly effective skin care products that are inspired by nature. They don’t believe in chemical sunscreens and they create natural sunscreen products while educating consumers on the facts of sun safety while providing the highest SPF products recommended by the FDA (SPF 50) that are made entirely from natural ingredients.
SFP50 Sunscreen for your face lacks chemical ingredients and reflects the sun from the skin, rather than absorbing into it. The active ingredients are Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide derived from natural sources. It does not contain the chemicals Oxybenzone, Avobezone, Octisalate, Homosalate or any other chemicals. It is made with VitaOleféra™ to moisturize the skin, uses UV MicroReflexion™ reflects the sun’s harmful UVA/UVB rays and FSG Complex™ to aid skin health. It is also water resistant up to 80 minutes which is also the maximum allowed under the FDA.
One of the places on my body as well as my kids that seems to suffer the most from sun exposure is our face. We do a great job covering the rest of our bodies but have not done nearly as well with our face. The only reason is my daughter and I suffer from so many skin sensitivities that it always makes me nervous putting anything on our face. Her’s is so severe that we tried using face paint once to give her whiskers for her costume and the “whiskers” ate through her skin like acid. The poor baby had “whisker” scabs for quite a while. Ever since then we are very careful. Of course I tried Sunology’s product on me first and when it didn’t bother my skin or my allergies, I did try a small spot on my daughter’s face. That was pretty uneventful so now we use it often. I am thankful for this awesome product because now I have peace of mind that my children will not suffer from their exposure to the sun.
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