Bionike Defence Sun 50 Fond de Teint Compact solar amber N1 10g
Compact solar Foundation powder SPF 50 amber
Bionike Defence Sun 50 background of complexion Compact solar amber N 1 10 gr of solar complexion Defence Sun SPF 50 +, texture powder, is exclusively formulated with mineral sunscreens for hypersensitive and highly reactive skins. It allows a uniform makeup and a Tan safely for clear, sensitive and intolerant skins. The skin is protected from the damaging effects of the Sun through the Security Charter of the DEFENCE SUN range: broad-spectrum sunscreen UVA and UVB, resistant texture (sebum and perspiration) and high photostability. The DEFENCE SUN range is also enriched with "Complex RAKSAA", which means Protection in sanskrit, in order to combat skin aging: antioxidant protection (with vitamin e) and calming and soothing action (patented association Bionike -glucan/LCarnosine). Texture powder applies easily thanks to the supplied sponge, allows to unify the complexion and hide small skin imperfections. The "Wet and Dry" technology allows an application sponge for a covering finish, or dry sponge for a more natural finish. In a single gesture, the complexion is bright and unified, the skin is protected from the Sun and premature aging. Suitable for sensitive and intolerant, skins through the philosophy of without from laboratory BIONIKE: without preservatives, fragrance-free, gluten-free and tested nickel. Tested non-comedogenic.
Tips to use:
Apply the powder using the dry sponge for a natural or wet effect for a more covering result. Fade on the face starting from the Center.
Very high sunscreen and makeup of hypersensitive and intolerant skins wishing to unify the complexion and correct small imperfections.
-glucan/L-Carnosine: patented association which stimulates the natural biological defenses of the skin and combat the action of free radicals. Micronised mineral filters: titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, micronised and treated surface. Protect from UVA and UVB RAYS.
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