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A LEADER IN UVA PROTECTION RESEARCH
La Roche-Posay’s Anthelios product collection has been at the forefront of UV protection research for over 15 years, developing revolutionary textures, enjoyable to wear to help stay safe in the sun.
Anthelios 45 Ultra Light Sunscreen Fluid has been formulated with: Cell-OX Shield technology, an exclusive combination of UVA and UVB filters to provide Broad Spectrum 45 protection. A powerful Antioxidant complex to help protect skin from free radicals caused by UV rays.
All La Roche-Posay's Anthelios sunscreen products are formulated for optimal skin tolerance.
Recommended for sun exposure.
Apply generously 15 minutes before sun exposure. Shake well before use. Reapply after 40 minutes of swimming or sweating. Immediately after towel drying, at least every 2 hours. Children under 6 months of age: ask a doctor.
La Roche-Posay is committed to dermatology. The brand’s products are developed in partnership with dermatologists to complement and enhance their patients’ treatments and to promote good skincare practices at home every day.
It works great. Be careful when applying it. If you sweat while it is on your face it will burn your eyes.Published 8 months ago by Batman
This is my favorite sunscreen! I've got a darker complexion & very dry, sensitive skin, so it's hard for me to find a sunscreen that doesn't sting, make me break out or rash, or... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Echocat
This line of products is smooth, velvet, easy application, and good coverage for a sunscreen. I love it.
I have sensitive skin, and have no problem using this sunscreen.
No sunburn on my fair skin after hours in the sun. Has a very natural/dry feel when on the skin as opposed to damp or sticky.Published 16 months ago by Marmy
I was told about this product by a friend. She has very fair skin and her doctor recommended this product. I think it is wonderful. I am very fair and out in the sun a lot. Read morePublished on July 31, 2013 by patti Mcdonald