Garnier Ambre Solaire Clear Protect Spray Spf 50 different to traditional sunscreens in that they offer high protection in a transparent formulation and they are non-greasy and non-sticky, leaving absolutely no white marks. It is practical to use and is ultra fresh to apply, quickly absorbed and designed to allow you to spray all over the body. The products contains Mexoryl XL, an advanced patented UV filter, protecting against the harmful and premature ageing effects of UVA and UVB rays. The spray is easy, fresh and pleasant to use.
Why use Garnier Ambre Solaire Clear Protect Spray:
- Advanced Photostable UVA & UVB filters
- Transparent formulation
- No white marks
- Ultra fresh
- Non-greasy, non-sticky, clear protection
How to Choose Sun Cream
Summer is just around the corner and it is likely that you will be spending a lot more time under the sun. With that comes risk. Risks from overexposure to the sun can include sunburn but also skin cancer. To reduce the risk, you will need protection from a sun cream, also known as sunscreen. With so many options out there, it can be daunting making sure that you have the right sun cream to protect you.
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