Welcome to a new standard in sun protection with our Sun Protection Oil Free Face SPF 50+. Developed especially for combination to oily skin types, this lightweight, water-based sunscreen delivers broad-spectrum SPF 50+ protection without any oily residue. Its unique blend of active ingredients not only protects your skin from harmful rays but also promotes a healthier, younger-looking appearance.

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Key Ingredients & Their Benefits:
    1% Vitamin C (AMP-C): A potent antioxidant, it shields the skin from free radical damage and encourages collagen production, promoting a brighter, healthier-looking complexion.
    1% Panthenol: Also known as Pro-Vitamin B5, Panthenol soothes and moisturizes the skin, improving its texture and elasticity.
    Hyaluronic Acid: This hydration powerhouse helps retain skin’s moisture, leading to a plumper, smoother complexion.
    Rose Hips Leaf Extract: Known for its high Vitamin C content, this extract helps reduce hyperpigmentation, fights free radicals, and boosts collagen production, leading to youthful, glowing skin.
Sun Protection Oil Free Face SPF 50+
    Start with clean, dry skin: Complete your regular skincare routine up to your moisturizer. Let your skin fully absorb the products before moving on.
    Apply Sun Protection Oil Free Face SPF 50+: Take a generous amount (about a nickel-sized dollop) onto your fingertips.
    Distribute evenly: Dot the sunscreen onto your face and neck, making sure to cover all areas that will be exposed to sunlight.
    Blend the sunscreen: Gently smooth the sunscreen into your skin using circular motions. Make sure it’s fully absorbed and avoid contact with the eyes.
    Wait before applying makeup: Give the sunscreen a few minutes to dry if you plan on applying makeup over it.
    Reapply as needed: For the best protection, reapply at least every two hours and immediately after sweating or swimming.
Remember, a little diligence in your sunscreen routine can go a long way in protecting your skin from the harmful effects of the sun’s rays.