Sunscreens

Protect your skin from sunburn with our high-grade sunscreens.

Our Sunscreen Categories

A unique body care product applied directly over large areas of the body especially to areas that are more prone to sunlight. The most essential for a sunscreen should be its ingredients should not cause irritation or skin allergies and should be able to withstand UV rays without losing their effectiveness. We care for you which is why our sunscreen ingredients are extracted from the natural sources buried deep down the earth crust. Our quality assurance team make sure you get the most exceptional quality product on your plate which is why each product of ours passes through various quality test before reaching out in the market — delivering the right quality product to save your skin from tanning.

Octyl Methoxycinnamate

An inorganic ester is a sun blocking agent that absorbs UV rays turns out to be an essential ingredient for cosmetic and personal care industries.

Petrolatum

A semi-solid mixture of hydrocarbons is used for many reasons like ailments and cosmetic purposes but promoted initially for its healing properties.

Zinc Oxide

A white powder occurring naturally as zincite is insoluble in water and widely used as an additive in numerous material and product including foods, rubber, glass, cement and more.

Titanium Dioxide

A white, odorless, opaque, absorbent and naturally occurring mineral existing in crystalline form is widely used as a pigment for whiteness and opacity.

Scientific Description

Sunscreens are the only tropical treatments that are proven to prevent skin ageing and one of the essential materials for those undergoing a cosmetic procedure. These are an integral part of photoprotection, and its efficiency in reducing photocarcinogenesis and photoaging is widely noted. They generally block erythemal wavelength and result in clear skin. The thicker the sunscreen layer applied on the skin the fewer UV rays will reach the surface. However, if not applied thickly enough, some ultraviolet rays will enter the skin and cause tanning. It is highly advisable to apply sunscreen when your skin is prone to the sun. Those who use sunscreen have lower 25(OH)D concentration than those who do not, assuming similar sun exposure.

Sunscreens product list

  • Benzophenones
  • Cinoxate
  • Digalloyl trioleate
  • Dixoybenzone
  • Ethyl Dihydroxy Propyl PABA
  • Ethylhexyl p-methoxycinnamate
  • Ethylhexyl Salicylate
  • Glyceryl PABA
  • Homosalate
  • Menthyl Anthranilate
  • Octocrylene
  • Octyl Methoxycinnamate
  • Octyl Salicylate
  • Oxybenzone
  • P-aminobenzoic Acid [PABA]
  • Octyl Dimethyl PABA
  • Petrolatum
  • Titanium Dioxide
  • Zinc Oxide