Antioxidant boosted suncare, reduces spots and wrinkles.
- Offers a very high UVA/UVB protection
- Prevents and helps reduce the visible signs of photo-ageing (marks, wrinkles and loss of firmness)
- Moisturises the skin lastingly
- Prevents dermal alterations and regenerates the skin
Light, dry touch gel-cream texture - Excellent make-up base
Very good skin and eye tolerance - Non-comedogenic - Water resistant - Resistant to high heat and humidity - SPF retention 8 hours - Post-superficial laser
BIODERMA Photoderm SPOT-AGE SPF 50+ combines the power of three active ingredients recognised by dermatologists [Vitamin C* - Vitamin E** - Centella asiatica] and solar filters for broad spectrum protection (UV - Visible Light - Infrared) and creates sun care that prevents and promotes the reduction of visible signs of photoageing (spots, wrinkles, loss of firmness).
Cellular Bioprotection™ patent (1), real internal biological protection, preserves and stimulates the skin's natural defences against the sun's harmful effects.
Vitamin E (2) and Vitamin C (3) selected in Photoderm SPOT-AGE SPF 50+ are highly stable. They provide complementary antioxidant protection against the effects of the broad spectrum (free radicals).
They also help to prevent the appearance of new spots.
The Vitamin C added to the product is three times more stable than the biological active form of vitamin C called L-ascorbic acid.
Vitamin E is introduced under its most natural and active form, the . It blocks radical reactions allowing to protect cell membranes and limit photo-ageing effects on the skin.
Directions for use
Daily use to minimise the risks of marks and photo-ageing
- STEP 1Apply alone or after your day cream.
STEP 2Apply evenly and generously before exposure (reducing the amount of product reduces the
level of protection).
- STEP 3Reapply frequently, before and after swimming, friction or sport.
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