NATURAGLACE UV Protection Base 30ml Sunscreen SPF50+
Expiry date: 2021/03
NATURAGLACE UV Protection Base 30ml Sunscreen SPF50+ PA+++
Evenly distributed titanium dioxide gives a flawless natural complexion, correct dullness or discoloration skin, protect the skin from damage by UV rays, blue ray, and surrounding infrared rays. Maintain a long-lasting fresh look under despite the sweat. With a fresh, silky texture, it smoothly and evenly conforms over the skin. You only need a small amount, a thin layer will give you a weightless, gentle finish.
To even skin tone, protects from dryness, and lock moisture. It prevents UV damage from reaching the skin, supports and protects skin from sunburn. It moisturizes the skin deeply with its rich blend of isoflavones, amino acids, and bilberry leaf extract to prevent dryness and keep skin moisturized, as well as soybean extract to minimize pores.
About NATURA GLACE:
Specially designed for the needs of sensitive skin, Naturaglace's all-natural formulations are gentle and do not damage the skin.
All products can be easily removed with just soap and water which is absolutely safe for sensitive skin or during pregnancy. - 100% naturally derived and organic ingredients (no synthetic surfactants, synthetic polymers, synthetic preservatives, silicon, 'tar colorants, UV absorbers, mineral oils, etc.), renewable and sustainable ingredients from pesticide-free plant-based sources - no animal testing biodegradable materials and low-waste manufacturing where possible. The new-look offers minimalist, simple, easy-to-use product design, plus more foundation and lip/eye/cheek color variations.
The minimum spend for an order is AUD $0 (inclusive of GST).
DELIVERY OPTIONSShipping only available in Australia..
Standard DeliveryFlat rate $12 will be applied for all orders with standard delivery. FREE on orders $149 or over (within 5 kg). National delivery within 3-7 business days. Delivery times via Australia Post or TNT to Western Australia, and regional and remote locations in Northern Territory, South Australia, Queensland and Tasmania may still be a little longer than usual.