Cleanance Solaire SPF 50+ offers ultra-broad spectrum sun protection. This sun cream is ideal for protecting oily skin with imperfections on a daily basis. With Monolaurin, a sebo-reducing active ingredient, it visibly reduces blemishes and helps prevent the appearance of marks due to sun exposure. Its natural shade allows it to be adapted to most skin tones and to even out the complexion on a daily basis, making it an excellent base for make-up. The formula is also water resistant.
This new sun care product incorporates TriAsorB ™, a new ultra-broad spectrum sun filter that protects against UV rays and beyond with protection from skin-ageing HEV blue light, up to 450nm.
A highly secure filtering system, it also helps to ensure greater respect for marine biodiversity. Numerous tests under experimental conditions have proven, among other things, that it is non-toxic to three key species of marine biodiversity: coral, phytoplankton, and zooplankton***.
Its new eco-designed bottle is lighter in plastic, recyclable and contains 64% recycled plastic (excluding the cap), and is therefore fully in line with Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmetics' reasoned and ethical approach.
*In vitro test on reconstructed skin exposed to blue light
**Tests carried out on representative species by the Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls-sur-Mer
• PHOTOPROTECTIVE: Photostable UVB-UVA and blue light filters that combat the harmful effects of sun rays. -89% cell damage induced by solar radiation*
• ANTIOXIDANT: Helps to protect cells against free radicals**.
• EVENS OUT THE COMPLEXION: Evens skin tone and brightens, providing radiance.
• SEBOREGULATOR: Helps to reduce imperfections in acne-prone skin.
• FORMULATED to limit its impact on marine ecosystems***.
*In-vitro test on reconstructed epidermis exposed to blue light - Quantification of DNA oxidation.
***Non-eco-toxic filters, with no impact on 3 representative species of marine biodiversity (one species of coral, one species of phytoplankton and one of zooplankton) according to tests carried out by the Oceanological Observatory of Banyuls-sur-Mer, partner of the European Marine Biological Resource Center, at concentrations representative of those found in the environment for sunscreens; and formulas optimized to promote their biodegradability according to the OECD 301b test.