SKU: 35030 /


Presentation: 200 ml


ARUAL Sunscreens are formulated with solar filters that protect us from both ultraviolet radiation: UVB and UVA.

SPF 30 High Protection

For Normal and Sensitive Skin – dermatologically tested.

Not irritating – dermatologically tested.

Water resistant – implies that the photoprotector has not lost its protective capacity after 40 minutes of immersion in the water.

ARUAL Sunscreens are formulated with solar filters that protect us from both ultraviolet radiation: UVB and UVA.

– UVB – ultraviolet radiation responsible for erythema or redness.

– UVA – ultraviolet radiation responsible for the phototoxic reactions and long-term photoaging of the skin.

What protection factor is adequate?

The Protection Factor that must be chosen will depend on two variables. Some guidelines would be:

      1. Skin phototype – skins that are hard to tan, easily burned, people with light eyes, blond hair or red hair – Factor 50+.

Skin that tans easily, rarely or never burns, people with brown or black hair, people with brown eyes – Factor 30.

       1. Solar radiation – It depends on sun exposure season, place and day and duration.

At higher solar radiation a Factor 50+ is advised

At lower solar radiation Factor 30

Factors to be considered:

The solar radiation is maximum between 12:00 p.m. And 4:00 p.m.

Solar radiation also increases in summer, in geographic points near the Equator, the higher the altitude, the greater is the solar radiation.

Another variable to take into account is water, snow and sand, since they cause radiation to be reflected and therefore increase solar radiation.

How to use: apply on dry skin generously, ½ hour before sun exposure. Reapply frequently especially after swimming or toweling to maintain protection.

Advice according to the Ministry of Health, General Council of Official Associations of Pharmacists and Spanish Agency Against Cancer.

Avoid sun exposure between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. (official).

Photoresistors should be used even on cloudy days.

Water, grass, sand and snow reflect the sun’s rays, increasing the radiation effects on skin, so you have to use higher sunscreens.

Avoid long sun exposures.

Try not to fall asleep in the sun.

Do not use colonies, deodorants or other cosmetics when exposed to the sun, they produce spots.

Protect the skin with clothing and head with a hat.

There are medicines and cosmetic products that produce a photosensitivity reaction in the skin due to sun exposure. Consult your pharmacist.

In special cases: pregnancy, skin diseases, outdoor workers, individuals with a family history of cancer and very low phototypes I and II, apply high protection products or avoid sunbathing.

Extreme protective measures in any outdoor activity.

Monitor changes in color, shape or size of freckles or moles. Consult the specialist.

Protect the eyes with sunglasses that have 100% UV protection (visible blue).

Do not use sunscreens opened from the previous year.

Renew the application every 2 hours and after each bath.

Use a higher photoprotection in the first solar exposures.

Extreme precautions on most body sensitive parts to sun: face, neck, bald head, shoulders, neckline, ears, hands and insteps. The lips protection should be done with photoprotective pencils or bars, and the hair with specific products.