I have sensitive skin which dries, burns and tans easily so I am always on the lookout for some affordable sunscreens that also work well .Today I shall share my experience about the Sunprotek Gel. ABOUT THE PRODUCT Sunprotek 50+ Gel is a broad spectrum sunscreen that protects the skin against UVA and UVB rays by providing physical and chemical barrier to sunlight. Microencapsulation technology has helped to prevent absorption of sunscreen chemicals into the skin and safely increases the residence time of sunscreen on the skin ensuring longer lasting protection. Allantoin : keeps the skin soft, smooth, and healthy. Allantoin also helps protect the skin against various irritants Vitamin E : has positive effects against skin ageing due to ultraviolet light, and protects cells by reducing itchiness and free-radical damage. Chamomile Extract : C
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