Complete Broad Spectrum SPF50 With Pro-Verte™ Complex
This extraordinary morning formulation, containing Echinacea, Coconut Oil and Karyng’s patented Pro-Verte™ Complex, is an SPF shield, emollient moisturizer, anti-aging powerhouse, and makeup primer all in one! It’s beautifully tinted in two shades for a flawless glow. Medium/Dark blends flawlessly into darker skin tones without an ash or white effect
Scientists now say that chemically based sunscreens are harmful to corals and can cause sunscreen-induced coral bleaching. But rest easy, our Complete Broad Spectrum SPF 50 is reef safe 🐠⠀
50ml / 1.7oz
CHOOSE YOUR SHADE:
For all skin types: Apply AM. Pump generously into palms and smooth onto face with fingers. Reapply every two hours and prior to sun exposure for optimal SPF protection.
Formulated without parabens, petroleum, pesticides, propylene or butylene glycols, phthalates, BPA’s, PEG’s, TEA, DEA, GMO, glutens, or synthetic fragrances. Vegan and not tested on animals.
All NATURAL BROAD SPECTRUM UVA / UVB SPF 50 PROTECTIONDEVELOPED WITH INGREDIENTS TO HELP:
- Provide All Natural broad spectrum UVA/UVB SPF50 Protection.
- Act as both a moisturizer and makeup primer
- Protect against UV induced skin damage
- Visibly improve skin firmness
- Visibly deduce the appearance of pores
- Visibly reduce the appearance of redness and visibly evens skintone
Titanium Dioxide 5.75% Zinc Oxide 14.00% Iron Oxides (protects against visible light rays)
ProVerte™ Complex – A patented natural anti-inflammatory complex combined with the latest innovations in skincare to help repair and restructure skin
Echinacea Purpurea Extract – Strong antioxidant properties to help skin
Coconut Oil – High in saturated fats, helps provides deep and long lasting moisture
Glycerin - is a skin-identical and skin-repairing ingredient, meaning it is a substance found naturally in skin to help moisturize and prevent dryness
Lecithin – A natural emollient and water-binding agent.
With regards to sunscreen the average particle size is about 2.5µm, with no particles <300nm
Read more about how the FDA is changing regulations on chemical sunscreens