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Sun Care Routine

Solar Power:
Your Skin + The Sun

With the right sun care products, you can catch rays and even
stay bronzed, all while protecting and nourishing your skin.

PICK YOUR SUNCARE
  • Sun Protection

  • After Sun Care

  • Self Tanning

Sun Protection
for Face and Body

Which Sun Care Is Right:

  • Cream
  • QUICKLY-APPLIED SPRAYS
  • FOR SENSITIVE SKIN,
    DELICATE SKIN, AND CHILDREN

    There's a reason our Sun Wrinkle
    Control Cream is ideal for all skin
    types, and all ages: with UVA /
    UVB 50+, it's gentle on your skin
    but fierce against sun damage.

    Kiwi

    Sun Wrinkle Control
    Cream in UVA/UVB 50

    HK$250.00

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  • FOR FAIR SKIN OR
    MODERATE EXPOSURE

    Protect your complexion
    all day with best-selling
    Sun Wrinkle Control Cream
    in UVA / UVB 30.

    Olive Tree

    Sun Wrinkle Control
    Cream in UVA/UVB 30

    HK$0.00

    QUICKSHOP

    FOR THOSE OF US WITH LESS PATIENCE…

  • Yes, we make spray-on sun protection,
    too. For fair or delicate skin, try
    our Sun Care Milk Lotion
    Spray UVA / UVB 50.

    Sun Care
    Milk-Lotion Spray UVA/UVB 50

    HK$250.00

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  • FOR SENSITIVE SKIN, INTENSE SUN
    EXPOSURE, AND CHILDREN

    Try Sun Care Milk in UVA /
    UVB 50+ for strong, long-lasting
    protection outside.

    Sunscreen Care Milk
    For children UVA/UVB 50

    HK$250.00

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After Sun Care
for Face and Body

Which After Sun Care Is Right:

  • AFTER SUN-CARE FOR OVERHEATED SKIN

    After Sun Ultra-Soothing Gel cools skin
    on contact, and its sunflower extracts help
    enhance your tan. Pro Tip: keep it in your
    fridge for an extra "ahhh!"

    After Sun Gel
    Ultra-Soothing

    HK$250.00

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  • Aloe Vera

Self Tanning
for Face and Body

Go Bronze While Saving Your Skin. Here's How:

  • An easy, streak-free way
    to get a natural glow.

    This must-have award winning self tanner and beauty editor favourite, delivers a quick, streak-free, natural golden colour without the sun. A non-oily, lightweight gel, it's easy to apply and dries quickly, so no need to wait before getting dressed. Formulated with unique plant extracts, your skin remains soft as the colour develops. Apply occasionally for a subtle golden colour or apply more frequently for a deeper bronze colour. This long-lasting tanner is the perfect accessory to any season.

    Self Tanning
    Instant Gel

    HK$0.00

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Sun Facts

How and Why to Protect Your Skin

Q1.

What’s the difference between UVA and UVB ray?

UVA rays penetrate deep into the skin, causing signs of aging, collagen damage, and looser skin. UVA rays also make you tan--but luckily, so do our self-tanners! UVB Rays are more superficial--they cause sunburn as well as longer-lasting tans. It's important to get protection from both kinds of rays.

Q2.

What does SPF mean?

SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor.
It tells you the product's ability to block rays and avoid sunburn. The higher the SPF number, the better it filters both kinds of UV Rays.

Q3.

How often should I reapply sunscreen?

Every two hours, or every hour in intense sunlight.
Also, every time you come out of the water, every time you work out, and every time you change your clothes, reapply. It's easy, and it helps keep you safe.

Q4.

Do I need SPF in the shade?

YES. Because sand reflects 20% of the sun's rays and snow reflects 85% (!!!), you always need sun protection, even under a parasol or sun hat. As for clouds, they may block your sunny view, but they don't protect from UV Rays.

Q5.

What time of day is dangerous for sun exposure?

Between the hours of 12-4pm, the sun's rays are strongest, and they burn more than they tan. Use extra protection when possible, including SPF and coverage like tunics, rash guards, and umbrellas.

Q6.

When does SPF expire?

SPF that's exposed to heat for long periods of time can lose its protective ability. Toss your sunscreen after one year to ensure you get the strongest coverage possible.

Q7.

Can my medication increase my risk of sunburn?

Depends. Certain medicines (like antibiotics and acne treatments) do influence the way your skin reacts to sun. When you get a new
prescription, always ask your doctor for advice on sun care!