Prolonged exposure of our skin to the sun’s rays, despite being protected by specific creams, results in water loss and therefore tends to become very dry, also undergoing great oxidative stress.
This process triggers the production of free radicals that affect the structure of our skin causing the onset of wrinkles and spots.
What is its function?
Mainly that of rehydrating the skin. Even if we use sun creams all day long, once we return home, our body (both face and body) needs a plus of hydration, but also to be lenitised in case of redness. The repairing and regenerating action of the hydrolipidic film, i.e. the outermost layer of the skin, is also essential because frequent bathing tends to thin it, making it more prone to irritation.
Prolong your tan!
In addition to moisturizing and soothing the skin, it integrates protective anti-oxidant active ingredients that accelerate and enhance the tan. This happens thanks to the stimulation of the natural mediators of the process of melanin production and, more generally, the entire process of pigmentation.
A synergy of sugar inositol, tyrosine, spirulina and bifurcaria algae, selenium, lutein and many other ingredients. They allow you, simply and safely, to achieve great results that last over time.
And let’s not forget the anti-aging action!
The presence of anti-radical and anti-aging actives that help our skin stay young. Vitamin C, Vitamin E and the greatest ally against wrinkles: Hyaluronic Acid.
The benefits are endless but let’s be clear…once the disaster in the sun is done, after-sun can’t be considered as the Red Cross! 🙂