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Dolce Vita

Natural sunscreen for the whole family
-30%
Volume:
60 ml
11,16 €
15,95 €
Shelf life: 18 months / after opening use within 3 months

This protective sun cream is suitable for the whole family, including children. It provides immediate protection and is made of completely natural ingredients! 100% natural zinc oxide creates SPF 30 protection, which, unlike synthetic sunscreen filters, does not absorb the sun’s harmful rays, but reflects them. This cream not only has a high SPF 30 factor, which lasts longer, but also protects your skin from UVA and UVB rays. This is very important, because UVA filters save your skin from prolonged sun exposure, which causes cell aging, while UVB protects against sun burn, redness and aching. The cream contains coconut and shea butter, which nourish and soften the skin, they are easily applied to the skin and help to alleviate the dehydrating effects of the sun and water on the skin, nourish it. You will also find special organic sunflower oil, which is rich in vitamin E and acts as an antioxidant.To ensure maximum protection, we recommend applying the cream each time after bathing.
Dolce Vita is 100% natural, with no synthetic additives, fragrance, preservatives, PEG, SLS, GMO, mineral oil or aluminium salts.

How to use it

Apply an extensive amount of product on the uncovered parts of the skin before going outside. Reapply every two hours and after bathing. The product is suitable for infants.

Do not leave the product in direct sunlight.

Attention! Before using, do a sensitivity test – apply a small amount of product on your skin, and if you notice any redness, discontinue use. Our sun screen contains natural minerals which might whiten the skin or stain the clothes.

Ingredients

Helianthus Annuus (sunflower) Seed Oil*, Zinc Oxide, Cocos Nucifera (coconut) Oil*, Cera Alba (beeswax), Theobroma Cacao (cocoa) Seed Butter*, Butyrospermum Parkii (shea) Butter*, Theobroma Cacao (cacao) Seed Powder, Tocopherol (vitamin E). *From organic agriculture.

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