Riemann P20 sun care sprays and lotions offer you up to 10 hours of sun protection with every application.
Available in a wide range of SPF protection, including factor 15, 20, 30, and 50+, P20 sun creams also offer 4- and 5-star UVA protection.
These waterproof sunscreens are perfect for the whole family, offering you superior protection from harmful UV rays so you can relax and have fun in the sun.
If you’re searching for sun care that’s kind to sensitive skin, free from added colours and fragrances, and long-lasting, Riemann P20 could be perfect for you.
We recommend that everyone wears sun protection, but the level of SPF protection you need can differ depending on your skin type.
Of course, you should use whichever SPF feels right for your own skin and make sure that you use the highest SPF protection available for any children who are out in the sun, but this is a good rule of thumb:
You should apply your Riemann P20 sunscreen liberally around 15 minutes before you’re planning to go out into the sun.
Massage the lotion or spray into your skin, making sure that vulnerable areas like your shoulders and feet are covered properly.
To protect your face, spray or pour a small amount of P20 into your hands and rub it onto your face, making sure it’s well covered, don’t spray this product directly onto your face.
Reapply after you’ve been swimming, after towel drying your skin, or if you’ve been sweating a lot.
The Skin Protection Factor is a measurement of the protection from UVB rays.
UVB rays, a type of ultraviolet ray that comes from the sun and is a form of radiation, is thought to be the cause of numerous types of skin cancer.
There are three types of UV ray:
UVC doesn’t come through the Earth’s ozone layer and isn’t much of a threat.
UVA is linked to cell ageing and long-term damage but is said to not be as damaging as UVB.
SPF rating focuses on UVB, and the rating determines the amount of protection offered in terms of time it would take for a sunburn to take effect.
You can take Riemann P20 products with you in your hand luggage if you’re going on a plane.
However, you can only take the 100ml lotions or sprays and these must be packed into a clear plastic bag that can be presented during security checks at the airport.
As well as wearing a good quality sunscreen, we recommend wearing light clothing that can help to protect vulnerable areas from the fun.
For example, you should wear a hat to protect the sensitive skin on your scalp, which can be very difficult to protect with sun creams or sprays, and a pair of sunglasses can help to protect the delicate skin around your eyes.
The sun is always at its strongest between 11 am and 3 pm, so if you can find some shade during those hours, your skin will thank you for it.