A zinc-oxide only sunscreen safe for the whole family. With 20% non-nano zinc oxide for maximum protection, you can kiss the sun's damaging effects good-bye. Wear it everyday, from morning to night.
Everyday Coverage has a non-greasy featherlight texture that sets to a natural demi-matte finish and has been designed as a light layer to wear over your face oil. It provides sheer to light coverage and diffuses redness.
Comes in 3 tints. Recommended for all skin types, including sensitive and compromised skins.
Extra light: Porcelain & very light skin with golden or neutral undertones
Light: Light skin with pink or rosy undertones
Medium: Medium or beige skin with neutral undertones
For best results, apply over a face oil. Warm it in your palm and smooth on to the skin in a thin layer. Skin should still be slightly damp from oil and no need to wait for layers to dry. Should you be between tints, different tints may be mixed in your hand before applying.
Shake well, and keep in a cool place. Apply liberally and evenly 15 minutes before sun exposure. Reapply at least every 2 hours and use a water-resistant sunscreen if swimming or sweating. For children under 6 months of age ask a doctor.
Key Ingredients: Non-Nano Zinc Oxide: Very photostable and provides broad spectrum sun protection, reflecting UV rays rather than absorbing them. Red Raspberry Seed Oil: Helps prevent sun damage naturally and has the potential to act as a broad-spectrum UV shield due to its high anthocyanin content. Superior anti-inflammatory properties help prevent rashes, eczema and other skin lesions. • Green Tea Infusion: Imparts extra sun protection and rejuvenating benefits, thanks to high levels of polyphenols and catechins. • Sea Buckthorn Oil: A carotenoid rich oil that contains more Vitamin C than an orange, more Vitamin A than a carrot, and powerful anti-oxidant super oxide dismutase, which provides protection against free radical damage at the cellular level. • Rosehip Seed Oil: Very emollient oil high in Vitamins A, E and natural C and EFAs.