Free with Orders over $150
You will receive a Foundations Cream Free with Orders over $150 valued at $44 (expiry date March 2021). (Expiry dates are recommendation only)
This is a sun protection cream SPF 50+ however with the short date, we are selling it as a foundation. If you keep in a cool the SPF50+ factor, the SPF level could be fine up to the date, however, it’s not guaranteed. This product is the same as the product described below. Hence you may like to add some clear in with your Medium.
* LImited Stock only.
How to order: In the notes section at checkout indicate which shade either Light or Medium. (One per $150 order)
(*Clear and soft medium aren’t in this deal)
Fleur De Mer SPF50+ Sunblock Light or Medium Only.
Fleur De Mer SPF50+ Sunblock Medium is water-resistant. A broad spectrum SPF50, that filter ultraviolet A and B rays. Aids in the prevention of premature skin ageing, brown pigmentations and wrinkles. SPF50+ Sunblock helping to reduce the risk of some skin cancers.
Fleur De Mer SPF50+ is a smooth spreading water-resistant cream, it gives up to 4 hours protection from the sun. Two products in 1 provide very affordable and beautiful foundation cream with excellent coverage. It contains a perfect matt finish giving an oil-free texture. It has a built-in SPF50 protection sunscreen.
some info from the Skin Cancer Foundation
Ultraviolet light is invisible to humans because it has shorter wavelengths than the light we can see. Within the UV spectrum, there are two types of rays that can damage the DNA in your skin cells and lead to skin cancer. It’s important to protect your skin from both types:
- UVB rays cause sunburn and play a key role in developing skin cancer. A sunscreen’s SPF number refers mainly to the amount of UVB protection it provides.
- UVA rays cause skin damage that leads to tanning as well as skin ageing and wrinkles. The shortest wavelengths of UVA rays also contribute to sunburn. It’s important to look for the words “broad spectrum” on the label, which means the product has ingredients that can protect you from UVA as well as UVB rays.
The SPF number tells you how long the sun’s UV radiation would take to redden your skin when using the product exactly as directed versus the amount of time without any sunscreen. So ideally, with SPF 30 it would take you 30 times longer to burn than if you weren’t wearing sunscreen.