Summer in the Sun

Before you eagerly put on that favorite set of bikini you’ve been dying to wear for your much anticipated beach trip and hit the waves, don’t forget that while getting a head-turning beach babe tan may be important, protecting your skin from the sun’s ultraviolet rays should be a top priority. Not only you can get sunburned if you are not careful, exposure to UV rays is the number one cause of premature wrinkling and aging of your skin. Among a huge selection of different sunscreen products on the market, I was inclined to try out some new multitasking SPFs that go beyond broad spectrum protection.

Clarins Day Screen High Protection

This little bottle of sunscreen contains UV PLUS HP and an Anti-Pollution Complex for a comprehensive triple layer protection. UV PLUS HP uses a 100% mineral screen and is suitable for sensitive skin. The Clarins Anti-Pollution uses cantaloupe melon extract as a main ingredient to protect skin from harmful free radicals and pollution in the environment.

These cantaloupe melon extract are obtained from organic farming and thus contain an exceptional rich concentration of superoxide dismutase, an enzyme with antioxidant benefit. There are two patents pending on Clarins Anti-Pollution Complex.

Product Review

The texture of this sunscreen is slightly runny, looks like a light weight lotion and very moisturizing. Immediately after applying to the face, you can feel a faint cooling sensation. The finish is smooth to touch and makes your face very soft. The liquid is white colored but the shade disappears as soon as the product is absorbed into the skin. Because of its sheer texture, the product is absorbed very quickly. The scent is light and refreshing. Clarins Day Screen High Protection is oil free so anyone from sensitive to oily skin will be able to enjoy the product.

Product Highlights

– SPF 40

– Anti-Pollution

– Oil Free

– 100% Mineral

– $30 from

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Categories: Skincare


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