The SPF 50+ Fluid offers ultra-broad spectrum daily sun protection. It’s ideal for normal sensitive to combination skin on the face. Its light texture allows absorption in 3 seconds* and leaves an invisible finish on the skin. The SPF 50+ Fluid leaves an imperceptible, non-shiny finish on the skin when applied and is an excellent base for everyday 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.
*Sensory profile, 15 trained subjects, single application
***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. -95% cell damage induced by solar radiation*.
• ANTIOXIDANT: Helps to protect cells against free radicals**.
• WATER-RESISTANT: Protects the skin from the harmful effects of the sun even when swimming.
• DRY TOUCH: Leaves an invisible, non-sticky finish on the skin and penetrates in 3 seconds***.
• IMPERCEPTIBLE: For a natural complexion and invisible protection every day. Use as a day cream.
• FORMULATED to limit its impact on marine ecosystems****.
*In-vitro test on reconstructed epidermis exposed to blue light - Quantification of DNA oxidation
***Descriptive sensory analysis by 15 panellists trained in sensory analysis of topical products
****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.