Newest sunscreen from Clarins’ eco-friendly sun protection line – Sun Care Water Mist SPF50+

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Clarins, the expert in sun care and an advocate of responsible beauty, is launching a new sunscreen this summer as an extension of its eco-friendly sun protection line, Sun Care. Clarins Sun Care Water Mist SPF50+ is a high-performance sunscreen that is both beneficial to the skin with its plant-based formula, and a delight to the senses. The lightweight, invisible mist is a nod to the importance of sun protection all-year-round, whether staying in or out.

Clarins has a big love for nature and the joys of summer – including the sun! Nonetheless, it is essential to keep the skin protected from ultraviolet (UV) rays and resilient, whether it is under direct or indirect sun exposure. Enter the new Clarins Sun Care Water Mist SPF50+, a product that reveals the best that science and plants have to offer.

The effective, broad-spectrum sunscreen features two key elements. SunFilterComplex with an optimal combination of UVA/UVB sun filters, and SunPlantComplex containing a unique combination of plant extracts – aloe vera extract, plane tree extract, olive tree extract, and more to preserve skin youthfulness and overall skin health.

While it is tempting to give sunscreen a miss while staying in, UV rays permeate the windows in the day, making it essential to protect our skin from the sun’s exposure even when indoors. The sun care application and re-application in the day remain a vital mantra to live by, and it is now made more environmentally sustainable with a coral-friendly formulation. Clarins Sun Care Water Mist SPF50+ retails at S$50 and is available on Clarins.com.sg and at all Clarins boutiques and counters subsequently.

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