Avene Very High Protection Cream SPF 50+ For Dry Sensitive Skin

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Avene Very High Protection Cream SPF 50+ For Dry Sensitive Skin

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Product code: 982

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Product Information


The Very High Protection Cream SPF50+ is specially formulated for hypersensitive skin, light and very fair skin, skin prone to sunburn and skin exposed to intense sunlight.

The Very High Protection Cream SPF 50+ covers a very broad spectrum UV protection using a combination of exclusive active ingredients:

SunSitive protection from Pierre Fabre Research.

Its photoprotective complex is optimised, stable and effective for extended periods.

It offers the best protection against UVB and also short and long UVA rays; Pre-tocopheryl, a vitamin E precursor (powerful anti-oxidant) protects the skin cells from free radicals; Rich in Avène Thermal Spring Water, skin benefits from its soothing and anti-irritating properties.

Very water resistant, its rich and creamy texture protects and moisturises dry sensitive skin.

Paraben free.

Active Ingredients

Avene Thermal Spring Water. Octocrylene. C12-15 AlkylBenzoate. Butylene Glycol. Dimethicone. Disopropyl Adipate. Methylene.Bis-Benzotriazolyl. Tetra Methybutylphenol. Cyclomethicone. Water (Aqua).Titanium Dioxide. Butyl Methoxy-Dibenzoyymethane. Bis-Ethylhexyloxphenol. MethoxyphenylTriazine. Glyceryl Stearate. Peg-100 Stearate. Potassium Cetyl Phosphate.Pvp/Elcosene. Copolymer. Caprylic/Capric. Triglyceride. Caprylic Glycol.  Decyl Glucoside. Dimethiconol. Disodium Edta.Fragrance (Parfum). Glyceryl Behenate. Glyceryl Dibehenate. YdroxyethylAcrylate/Sodium Acryloydimethyl Taurate Copolymer.Isohexadecane. Polysorbate60. Propylene Glycol. Silica. Sorbic Acid. Sorbitanisostearate. Stearyl AlcoholTocopheryl Glucoside. Tribehenin. Xanthan Gum.  

Direction for Use

Before exposure to the sun, apply the product evenly ontothe skin.Re-apply sunscreen frequently, especially after swimming or prolongedperiods of exposure.Avoid exposure between noon and 4pm.

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