BIODERMA Photoderm Kid Spray SPF 50+ sun protection spray for sensitive children's skin (children from 12 months)
Photoderm Kid Spray SPF 50+ is a sun protection spray that guarantees a very high level of UVA / UVB protection and at the same time activates the skin's natural defenses. Ideally suited for sensitive children's skin (children from 12 months).
BIODERMA Photoderm KID Sun Spray SPF 50+
• Very high UVA / UVB protection
• Activates the natural defenses of the skin and protects against the risk of cell damage
• Non-greasy, colorless spray
• Very good tolerance
• Without Oyctocrylene
• Very waterproof
BIODERMA Photoderm KID Sun Spray SPF 50+ skin type / skin condition:
Ideally suited for sensitive children's skin (children from 12 months).
BIODERMA Photoderm KID Sun Spray SPF 50+ Indication:
Children's skin is particularly sensitive and needs special skin care products in order to adapt to the environment. The skin of small children needs a particularly high level of protection, which offers the best security. Tested under pediatric control. How
BIODERMA Photoderm KID Sun Spray SPF 50+ the product works:
The BIOZELLSCHUTZ ™ patent - a combination of ectoin and mannitol - supports the skin's own defense function, protects the cell DNA and prevents light-induced skin aging. The BIODERMA Sugar Base DAFTM is a combination of three biomimetic, calming sugars that prevent the inflammatory process. The formulation without oxybenzone and octinoxate is respectful to corals. Without oyctocrylene.
BIODERMA Photoderm KID Sun Spray SPF 50+ Application:
Suitable for use on sensitive children's skin (children from 12 months) on the face and body. Apply evenly and generously before contact with the sun (a smaller amount reduces the level of protection). Reapply before and after sweating, drying off, and swimming. Apply to healthy skin. Spray in the palm of your hand before applying to the face. Do not spray towards the eyes. Avoid eye contact. The color of the product is due to the filter combination. Do not expose babies and young children to the sun. Excessive sun exposure can be harmful to health.