Nimue Tinted Sun C SPF40 Sunscreen Protection
Feel the difference from the start, see the difference with visible results.
Nimue Tinted Sun C SPF40 is a fusion of the SPF40 Sunscreen with the added benefit of light coverage.
Developed in three skin-perfecting shades – light, medium and dark, providing a smooth, even application, giving a healthy colouring and glowing radiant complexion.
A multifunctional tinted sunscreen for facial use, that provides a total protective system for the skin – moisturising factors, advanced anti-oxidant complex and colour pigments to complement the Nimue Skin Technology Health Programme.
Skin Benefits nimue sun c tinted spf 40:
- Broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection with light coverage.
- Moisturisation and wrinkle smoothing effects are also achieved alongside the anti-oxidant complex which assists to reduce free radicals.
- Coated pigments are suspended in the Nimue SPF 40 Sunscreen offering the same sun protection with the addition of coverage which prevents streaking and ensures an even and natural application to the skin.
- Light-reflecting particles diffuse light to reduce the appearance of dark circles, fine lines and shadows while leaving the skin with a healthy colouring and a dewy radiant complexion.
The Nimue Sun C tinted SPF40 Sunscreen protection blends into all Fitzpatrick skin tones and is formulated for all skin classifications
To create a radiant finish after you have applied your Nimue SUN-C, SPF 40 Tinted spray the Nimue Vitamin C Moisture Mist https://esseandco.com/product/vitamin-c-moisture-mist/. An invigorating mist fro the face that leaves the skin rejuvenated and moisturised with an instant glow.
What are UVA and UVB ?
The sunlight that reaches us is made up of two types of harmful rays: long wave ultraviolet A (UVA) and short wave ultraviolet B (UVB). UVA rays penetrate deep into the dermis, the skin’s thickest layer. … UVB rays will usually burn the superficial layers of your skin
And it is important to remember that ;
Both UVA and UVB, penetrate the atmosphere and play an important role in conditions such as premature skin ageing. They also create eye damage (including cataracts), and skin cancers. They also suppress the immune system, reducing your ability to fight off these and other maladies