P20 Sun Cream Review

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Published: 14th January 2011
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P20 sun cream is a known sun protection product available in the market. It is a tried and tested once-a-day sunfilter solution that helps to protect users from sunburn at great ease & convenience. The solution is to be applied only once-a-day and is considered to be 90% effective against sunburns after swimming. Hence, P20 sun cream is known to be a darling product for those who like to swim or spend most of the time in the pool.



The ingredients of the P20 sun cream are considered to be safe and highly effective. The ingredients include Alcohol Denat, Octocrylene, Diethylamino Hydroxybenzoyl, Hexyl Benzoate, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Hexyldecanol, Aqua PPG-15, Stearyl Ether, Homosalate, Cyclopentasiloxane, Acrylates/Octylacrylamide and Copolymer Hydroxypropylcellulose. The cream is considered to be preservative free and a non-staining cream.



The product P20 sun cream has become must have for those who want to protect their skin from sunburns. It is considered to be 90% effective after swimming; the product is believed to restore the natural moisture levels of the skin and thereby making the skin look glowing and healthy. The cream comes in a non-greasy base and once absorbed it does not detract from the make-up. P20 is also known as an under make-up sun protection product.



P20 sun cream starts acting after 15 minutes and offers 10 hours of protection with a single application. The cream is known for its UVA & UVB protection properties; it offers UVA and UVB protection through highly photostable filters; the solution is known to retain its effectiveness even on extended exposure to the sun. The cream is a non-greasy, non-oily and fragrances free to provide the ultimate coverage, both in and out of the water, for up to 10 hours a day.





For more information about Riemann P20 sun cream . Check out our website at www.chemistdirect.co.uk

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