Sun SPF 30 & UVA 50
Sun SPF 30 & UVA 50
Anti-aging, moisturizing, soothing, high UVA protection
Discover Elegance UVA50, our Nooānce city sunscreen. With very high UVA protection of 50 (and UVB of 30) it is the ideal sunscreen in winter or in bad weather. UVA rays, responsible for premature skin aging, wrinkles and age spots, are effectively blocked to preserve the beauty of your skin in the long term. UVB protection of 30 protects your skin against sunburn and also reduces the risk of skin cancer caused by UVB rays. Thanks to our advanced formula, your skin stays young, radiant and protected from sun damage. This light-textured treatment quickly penetrates the skin with no greasy or sticky effect. The skin is hydrated, soothed and protected thanks to its formula enriched with hyaluronic acid, polyglutamic acid, allantoin, bisabolol and antioxidants.
Its matte, invisible finish and the absence of avobenzone and octocrylene in its formula will seduce the most demanding skin types.
SOLAR FILTERS (Tinosorb S & M Uvinul A plus)
- Protects against UVA and UVB rays emitted by the sun
- Reduce the appearance of dark spots by inhibiting the production of melanin in the skin.
- Protect the skin against free radicals and prevent signs of premature aging
- Improve radiance and even skin tone, while soothing irritated skin
SOOTHING COMPLEX (Allantoin & Bisabolol)
- Soothes the skin
MOISTURIZING COMPLEX (Polyglutamic Acid & Phytosterol & Panthenol Derivative)
- Hydrates and plumps the skin
- Strengthens the skin barrier
- Reduction of redness
The first brand to transparently indicate UVA protection.
UVA 50 anti-aging city sunscreen
Our moisturizing sunscreen offers high UVA sun protection of 50 (57 exactly but not mentionable) and UVB protection of 30, thanks to the combination of antioxidants and 4 stable organic sun filters:
- DIETHYLAMINO HYDROXYBENZOYL HEXYL BENZOATE (UVA filter)
- METHYLENE BIS-BENZOTRIAZOLYL TETRAMETHYLBUTYLPHENOL (UVA and UVB filter)
- BIS-ETHYLHEXYLOXYPHENOL METHOXYPEHNYL TRIAZINE (UVA and UVB filter)
Antioxidants: astaxanthin and polyphenols, help protect against damage caused by infrared, visible light and pollution to reduce the appearance of signs of aging.
We have chosen not to incorporate octocrylene, homosalate and avobenzone in the formula to suit as many skin types as possible (eye contours are often sensitive to these filters)
Hydrates and plumps
Thanks to the combination of polyglutamic acid, an ingredient similar to hyaluronic acid, with phytosterols, cholesterol-like molecules found in plant foods, our cream also offers moisturizing and plumping properties.
Repairs and soothes
Our sunscreen contains allantoin and a pre/postbiotic to strengthen the integrity of the epidermal barrier, preserve the skin microbiome and reduce feelings of discomfort.
Texture and Finish
Our cream with a semi-thick texture offers an optical blurring finish to diminish the appearance of pores and irregularities.
It has a non-greasy finish, without a sticky effect and does not leave white marks on the skin.
It is suitable for all skin types: does not leave white marks and gives a smooth and uniform appearance thanks to its optical blurring finish (blur).
It moisturizes, soothes and is particularly suitable as a make-up base.
Why choose an SPF with clearly claimed UVA protection?
(Which implies in Europe many in vivo and in vitro tests):
Ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays are both types of ultraviolet (UV) radiation emitted by the sun. The main differences between UVA and UVB are:
UVA has a longer wavelength than UVB, which means it penetrates deeper into the skin. UVA can reach the deeper layers of the skin, while UVB is mostly blocked by the surface of the skin.
Effects on the skin:
UVA is mainly responsible for premature skin aging and age spots, while UVB is mainly responsible for sunburn and burns. UVA can also cause skin cancer, but is generally less linked to skin cancer than UVB.
Exhibition time and season:
UVA rays are present throughout the day, throughout the year, in the Sahara as well as at the North Pole, and even when the sun's rays are less intense. UVB rays are strongest between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., and vary when the sun is highest in the sky, depending on the season, and depending on the place of exposure (very little UVB at the North Pole, extreme UVB in the Sahara).
Sunscreens generally protect against UVA and UVB rays, but it is important to
check that the sunscreen has a high UVA protection factor. But it is difficult to find sunglasses that clearly display their level of UVA protection...
Apply generously and evenly all over the face before sun exposure (as the last step in your skincare routine and before makeup). Reapply frequently to maintain protection, especially after sweating, swimming or toweling off. Avoid the eye area. External use.
Reducing the amount applied decreases the level of protection. Do not expose babies and young children to direct sunlight. The use of this product should not encourage long exposure to the sun. Sun exposure is dangerous even when using a sunscreen product.