Mesoestetic Mesoprotech Nourishing Antiaging Oil SPF50 is an anti-age sunscreen oil for dry and mature skin…
Mesoestetic Mesoprotech Nourishing Antiaging Oil SPF50 is a face sunscreen with a very high sun protection index. It also offers anti-aging and anti-oxidant action to prevent and treat the signs of age caused by exposure to the sun.
Thus, this solar nourishes and repairs the skin, while protecting it from solar radiation.
Presented as a dry gel-oil that surrounds the skin in a delight caress of comfort and softness. In contact with the skin, this gelled care becomes a fine and smooth oil that penetrates the skin without leaving a feeling of fat. Therefore, it’s specifically indicated for dry and mature skin.
Mesoprotech Nourishing Antiaging Oil was developed by Mesoestetic Laboratories and is an innovative high-tech care. It combines high-performance ingredients that combine sun protection with the anti-aging and nourishing action of the skin.
Its formula combines:
1) Mesoprotech Complex: this is a patented combination of sunscreens with a broad spectrum of protection that combines physical and chemical filters with antioxidant actives. Ensures maximum sun protection against UVA, UVB, InfraRed (IR) radiation and visible light.
2) Collagen Pro-47: an innovative ingredient that offers antiaging action because it enhances the presence of type I collagen in the skin. This prevents premature aging and enhances the elasticity and firmness of the skin.
3) Chia Oil: extremely rich in omega 3 and omega 6 oils, nourishes the skin in depth and enhances the barrier function. It also offers firming and antioxidant properties.
As a result…
A perfectly protected, soft and nourished skin. Prevents and minimizes signs of photoaging. Its dry gel-oil texture fuses into the skin leaving it silky and comforting. Tested dermatologically and non-comedogenic. Waterproof.
Shake well before use. Apply in sufficient quantity (about 2mg / cm2 of skin) on clean and dry face skin. Reapply every 2 hours or whenever needed. Avoid direct contact with eyes.
Avoid sun exposure in the hours of highest radiation intensity (11 am to 4 pm).
The sun and our skin…
The sun contributes to our well-being, good mood and is fundamental to the synthesis of vitamin D.
However it emits radiations that are imperceptible to the human eye and therefore are treacherous and dangerous. So when we are exposed to the sun we are also exposed to UVB, UVA, IR, and visible light radiation. These types of radiation can cause skin damage, such as burns, blemishes, DNA damage, premature aging due to changes in collagen fibers, etc.
So the use of a good sunscreen is the safest way to enjoy the sun free of hazards.