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THE SUN PROTECTION FACTOR
indefinitely, but it has a limit.
It only indicates the level of
protection against UVB
A good sunscreen must also
protect against UVA rays,
which represent 95% of UV rays.
are present all year long. Even on a cloudy day. Even in the shade. They even pass through glass!
when the sun's rays
80% of UV rays
pass through clouds.
Even in the shade,
to the sun’s rays
can reach 50%.
On average, 85%
of UVA rays pass
and 70% through
Your skin remembers all its sun damage,
which accumulates over time.
Protect your children well.
80% of skin damage occurs
before the age of 18.
This matifying formula is perfect for everyday use.
Suitable for combination and oily skin. Paraben-free.
Ideal for sports. This formula is great for sensitive
areas like lips, ears and around the eyes.
It’s also great for the city and touch ups.
A convenient and economical size for the whole family.
Its ultra-light texture will convince even the sunscreen-resistant types!
Fresh, rapidly absorbed textures that leave no white film.
Water-resistant and paraben-free.
This weightless texture quickly penetrates, leaving skin looking matte.
Tinted for a natural glow and uniform looking complexion.
Suitable for daily use on the face. Water-resistant and paraben-free.
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A poorly applied sunscreen
can see its SPF decrease
20 minutes before sun
exposure, apply the equivalent
of a golf ball for your body and
of a teaspoon for your face.
always comes with
UV-induced skin damage
(altered DNA, elasticity loss,
wrinkles and skin cancer).
THE #1 DERMATOLOGISTrecommended brand in Canada.
SPFIt only indicates the protection level
against UVB rays, and therefore the capacity
to protect against sunburn.
It does not indicate the protection
against UVA rays, which have
long-term effects on the skin.
NEW FOR 2014!
The UVA logo indicates that the UVA protection
is in line with Canadian sunscreen requirements,
containing at least 1:3 UVA protection to UVB protection.
MexorylThe Mexoryl technology is the most
recommended filtering system
by Canadian dermatologists.
21 clinical studiesProtective performance demonstrated
in 21 clinical studies carried out by