Altruist Dermatologist Sunscreen SPF 50 – high UVA protection 100 ml

৳ 950.00
  • Formulated in Germany. Supported and recommended by many UK dermatologists
  • 5 Star Ultra UVA protection. Altruist has a broad range of photostable UV filters, including the most advanced filter available Tinosorb A2B.
  • Altruist is designed for sensitive skin: hypoallergenic and fragrance free. Fast absorption, non-sticky and no residue - feels great.
  • Suitable for daily use on Face, Body and on children. Water resistant.

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The use of sunscreen will reduce the incidence of skin cancer and reduce UV induced skin ageing.

State of the art protection

Developed by dermatologists. A broad range of photostable UV filters, including the most advanced filter available Tinosorb A2B, to ensure that quality protection is provided across the whole UVA/UVB spectrum. This effective mixture results in an SPF of more than 50, with ultra, 5 star, UVA protection.

Hypoallergenic formulation

Dermatologically tested for both efficacy of sun protection and also to minimise potential for allergy or irritancy.

Made by Dermatologists

Protect every body

Our mission is to reduce the incidence of skin cancer through increased use of quality sunscreen together with better education and awareness. This sunscreen has been formulated to be acceptable to all skin types and is paraben- and fragrance-free.

ALTRUIST supports Under the Same Sun

A charity supporting children with albinism in Tanzania and the rest of Africa. We believe everybody should have an equal opportunity to be protected from the sun. With each tube purchased we will donate 10p. You can help children with albinism in Africa.

Skin Cancer in children

With its scorching hot sun, the tropical climate of Tanzania puts people with albinism at a high risk for developing skin cancer at an early age. 100 per cent of children with albinism in Tanzania show signs of sun-related skin damage by the age of 10.

 

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