Sonnencreme Gesicht LSF 10

Sonnencreme Gesicht LSF 10

Light protection and gentle care

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Quantity: 40 ml
( € 78,75 / 100 ml)
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The healing plants calendula, coconut oil, kidney vetch, apricot and prickly pear preserve moisture in your skin. Your face is protected from sun exposure and light-induced skin ageing. The sun cream can be wonderfully combined with a day care and is absorbed very well due to its light texture, thus forming the basis for an even make-up.

Water, neutral oil, alcohol, zinc oxide (nano), vegetable glycerin, coconut oil, titanium dioxide (nano), prickly pear, calendula and kidney vetch extracts, sugar fatty acid esters, vegetable triglycerides, aluminium stearate, horse chestnut bark extract, wheat germ oil, hectorite, sugar fatty acid esters, polyhydroxystearic acid, apricot pulp, apricot kernel oil, rose hip extract, essential oils, peanut oil, rice bran extract, wheat bran extract, polyglycerol fatty acid esters, glycerol fatty acid esters, xanthan gum, sunflower oil, propolis, magnesium sulphate, aluminium oxide, citric acid, bentonite. *From natural essential oils
For sufficient and long-lasting protection, apply the sun cream generously to the face, neck and décolleté after the day care. Reapply regularly - especially after being in the water.
Avoid staying too long in the sun and intense midday sun, protect babies and small children from direct sunlight.

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