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Noir UV White Foundation SPF50
Our much-loved daily UV White Foundation defence SPF 50 PA now comes in a new and improved formula which contains Apricot Oils and Olive Oils to help soothe and calm skin. Free of fragrance and colorant, this non-greasy and non-comedogenic formulation glides onto skin like a dream and is able to help prevent against 90% of skin aging.Like your sunblock to come with a tinge of colour? Then our actively correcting & beautifying UV Foundation Cream is a great choice for you.
Developed with natural mineral pigments, high Vitamin C content and the highest level of sun protection (SPF 50 PA ), it covers up imperfections while visibly correcting uneven skin tone and minimizing the appearance of pores and fine lines, all in a sheer, lightweight yet buildable coverage.
This UV White Foundation Cream is available in 2 shades – Light and Natural.
Meanwhile, our UV White Foundation sunscreen is a gently, lightly tinted sunblock lotion designed for sensitive skin. Formulated without fragrance and paraben, this formula uses 100% mineral-based filter to deliver powerful UVA and UVB protetion that can stave off premature skin aging brought on by the sun. It is also infused with antioxidant-rich vitamin E to help combat free radical damage.
For outdoor lovers, go for our activated sun protector for face SPF 50, a water-resistant sun protection cream for face that provides effective SPF 50 protection without clogging pores or leaving a greasy layer on skin.
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