Great resistance to water. Through clinical trials it has been shown that due to its very high resistance to water, its assets remain in its formulation and are not released to the sea. Safe Sea is effective This effect of its formula ensures its effectiveness during more than 80 'of aquatic activity.
The only sunscreen certified by the NGO Friends of the Sea for releasing less than 5% of its assets into the sea. Protect marine life.
Proven jellyfish protection. Safe Sea prevents jellyfish tentacles from being stimulated by contact with human skin. Scientifically proven by universities and hospitals.
Non-nano mineral filters. Safer for children, according to Eu (Colipa) regulations.
Dermatologically tested, with study and certificate of Hypoallergenicity. It is a guarantee that none of its components are irritating or sensitizing in normal people or with sensitive skin.
UVB / UVA protection. The Safe Sea SPF remains stable, thus ensuring its protection from solar radiation on the skin. It has mineral, organic and biological filters.
It includes vitamins B and E. The vitamins present in the Safe Sea formula are also important antioxidants for the human body.
Contains Bioplasma, GAG and Glycoproteins. Safe Sea has Bioplasma-FA, plankton extract with proprietary ingredients. Together with GAGs and Glycoproteins they improve skin hydration, with anti-stress effects. More information
HOW TO PROPERLY USE A SUNSCREEN
Remember four very important tips to obtain an optimal result in the use of any sunscreen, and of course also of Safe Sea ©:
Apply at home (not on the beach or the pool) at least 30 minutes before sun exposure or the first bath.
Spread generously throughout the body on very dry skin.
Do not leave areas of the body unprotected: especially in the case of Safe Sea ©, the jellyfish only needs a minimal contact with the skin to discharge its stinging cells.
How much should be applied? Theoretically, and for adequate protection, you would need about 30 ml of protector to properly cover the entire surface of your skin. To make it easier, English dermatologists created the "Tea spoon rule", the 7 teaspoon rule (... or in our case, coffee): apply the amount of cream or lotion that fits in one teaspoon for each of the seven parts of the body (legs, arms, torso, back and face).