Sun Protection Lotion

Active filters


In addition to the summer months, it is advisable to apply sun protection at any time of the year when our skin is exposed to the prolonged action of the sun's rays. Sunscreens prevent the appearance of uncomfortable, potentially carcinogenic burns, and you can take a sun bath with peace of mind.

Whether your skin is light or dark,we have a range of products ranging from sunscreens -with physical filters or chemical protection -, to a sunscreen specifically for facial skin, self-tanners,lip sticks for the lip and perilabial area; without forgetting the essential aftersun,indicated for hydration and repair of the skin after exposure to the sun.

Sun protection at your fingertips

The best sunscreen is the one you can buy is in pharmacy,as it is a guarantee of safety for your skin and your health. These are products that can act in various ways and with different sunscreens. Reflecting sunlight -physical filters- and absorbing radiation -chemical filters. In this way they mitigate the action of ultraviolet (UV) rays that are invisible radiations that penetrate the skin, and if they exceed the body's protective capacity (melanin), they can damage the cells, causing everything from burns to melanomas.

You can have sunscreen,for oily skin, for babies, with color, anti-stains, bronzer or whatever you need. And you also have sunscreen for your hair. Even every day many athletes use them. In specific cases they complement the use of sun creams with sun tablets that enhance the protection of skin remedies.

Doctors and dermatologists recommend the application of body sun protection because of the importance of protecting the skin from the sun. It is proven that the skin has memory and sunburn may go through in the future. Take care of your family and the people you love, especially the little ones in the house with the best children's sun protectionproducts.

The sun protection factor

Sunscreen grades are determined by the protection factor or SPF, a protective efficiency scale. SPF is the amount of UV radiation needed to cause burns with the protection applied in relation to the radiation needed to produce them without protection. That is, if we have a protection of SPF 30 the amount of ultraviolet radiation has to be 30 times greater to cause damage to the skin than if we do not have the protection applied.

The degrees that exist commercially range from SPF 10 to SPF 100, providing more protection the larger the number. It should be borne in mind that the same protection will not be as effective for everyone, since each person has a skin type and, the lighter the skin, the greater the protection factor will need.

Sunscreen tips

  • Reduce sun exposure from noon to 17 hours,which is when your rays are most harmful because they affect more perpendicularly.

  • Wear adequate protection depending on your skin, with the minimum recommended protection being 15 SPF.

  • Wear appropriate,light-colored clothing and wear caps or derivatives for head protection.

  • Wear sunglasses.

  • If you sunbathe often, check your skin regularly to rule out sunspots, which may be a sign of skin cancer.