Shadow Sunscreen For Dry Skin SPF 50 + Cream

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* Broad spectrum protection * Photostable * Non-greasy * Moisturizing Effect

Octinoxate + Titanium dioxide + Avobenzone + Benzophenone-4

WHAT IS IT?   Shadow SPF 50+ Cream is a light-weight cream-based sunscreen which provides an excellent UV rays coverage for a longer duration of time. This photostable sunscreen is ideal for all weathers and suits all skin types including the sensitive skin.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

check Broad spectrum UV protection check Non-greasy check Efficacy tested with achieved SPF 50+ check Moisturizing effect check Photostable formulation
  • Why is it Different?
  • Backed by Science
  • Directions for Use
  • Ingredients
  • Certificates

Why is it Different?

Sunscreens with a higher SPF content are generally greasy and messy. They make the face shine like a mirror. They can sometimes block the pores causing acne.

Shadow SPF 50+ Cream is a well-designed formulation to give the highest degree of sun protection with a perfect skin feel. It combines the power of both physical blockers and chemical absorbers to give a long-lasting effect. The premium moisturizers help to nourish the skin to keep it soft and supple. You need not apply any moisturizer additionally.

Backed by Science

Shadow SPF 50+ Cream helps protect the skin against the harmful effects of the sun and its UV rays. It has a soft, dry, zero shine, water-resistant finish. The formulation includes both mineral and chemical filters that are encapsulated for a long-lasting protection against the UVA and UVB ray.

Directions for Use

Apply Shadow SPF 50+ Cream liberally & evenly on the face, neck and exposed area of skin 20 to 30 minutes prior to sun exposure. Further reapplication is only necessary after activities such as swimming or after excessive sweating.

Ingredients

Aqua, Octinoxate, Titanium Dioxide (and) Aluminium Hydroxide (and) Stearic Acid, Butyl Methoxy Dibenzoylmethane, Benzophenone-4, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Propylene Glycol, Glycerol, Steareth-2, Acrylates Copolymer, Cetearyl Alcohol, Steareth-21, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Nicotinamide, Triethanolamine, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Acrylates Copolymer, Tocopheryl Acetate, Disodium EDTA, Fragrance.

OCTINOXATE also known as Octyl Methoxycinnamate and ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, is the oldest and most common sunscreen active used to protect skin, primarily against UVB rays. It absorbs UVB radiation (at wavelengths: 280-320 nm) with a peak protection at 310nm. Octyl Methoxycinnamate has a solid record of safety (decades of research and thousands of studies establishing its safety in sunscreens as indisputable).

TITANIUM DIOXIDE is an inert earth mineral that protects skin from UVA and UVB radiation and is considered no risk of skin sensitivity. Because its gentle, titanium dioxide is a great sunscreen active for sensitive, redness-prone skin. It’s great for use around the eyes, as it is highly unlikely to cause any irritation to the skin.

BENZOPHENONE-4 is within a group of aromatic ketones that contain both UVB and UVA absorbing properties that filter block out harmful UV rays. It is quite effective in not only filtering out UV rays but also preventing other ingredients from being degraded by the sun. It does not penetrate the skin to a large degree but allows for other ingredients to do so.

AVOBENZONE (butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane) is an organic material that helps reduce the amount of UV light to which the human skin is exposed by absorbing and refracting the radiation and subsequent disposal.

SPF Certification fixderma Certification

How to Choose the Best Sunscreen for Dry Skin?

When it comes to choosing the best sunscreen for dry skin, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First and foremost, you want to make sure that the sunscreen you choose is oil-free. This is important because if your sunscreen contains oils, it can actually end up making your dry skin worse. In addition, you want to make sure that the sunscreen you choose has an SPF of at least 30. And finally, you want to make sure that the sunscreen you choose is water-resistant so that it will stay on your skin even when you sweat or swim. With broad spectrum sun protection SPF of more than 50, Shadow SPF 50+ Cream is oil-free, non-greasy, non-comedogenic, and water-resistant to protect your skin from harsh UV rays of the sun.

How to Use Sunscreen for Dry Skin?

Most people think that sunscreen is only for those who spend a lot of time outdoors, but this isn't the case. Everyone can benefit from using sunscreen, especially if you have dry skin. Here's how to use sunscreen for dry skin:

When choosing a sunscreen, it's important to pick one that has an SPF of 30 or higher and is labeled "broad-spectrum." Broad-spectrum sunscreens will protect your skin from both UVA and UVB rays. It's also a good idea to choose a water-resistant sunscreen if you'll be sweating or swimming.

Apply sunscreen 15 mins prior, before going out. Apply sunscreen liberally to all exposed areas of your skin, including your face, neck, chest, back, shoulders, and legs. Be sure to use enough so that your skin is completely covered - most people only apply 25% of the recommended amount! Reapply every two hours (more often if you're sweating or swimming).

Best sunscreen for dry skin under INR 500?

Itchy flakes, redness, scaling, itching, and skin tightness are all symptoms of dry skin. Keeping our skin moisturized hourly to get rid of dry flaky skin is a bother. A good sunscreen that not only shields your skin from damaging UV radiation but also keeps it moisturized should be used in addition to a good moisturizer. The sun's rays can impact your dry skin and even make it drier, so it is crucial to use good sunscreen. But are you looking for a budget-friendly option or a sunscreen under INR 500? Then try Shadow SPF 50+ Cream which is the best dermatologist recommended sunscreen for dry skin. It not only protects the skin by providing broad-spectrum protection but also, hydrates as well. Its non-comedogenic and oil-free formulation won’t irritate your dry skin and will provide you with good SPF protection so that your skin can stay healthy and sun protected.

How much SPF sunscreen should be used for dry skin at the age of 23?

When it comes to sunscreen, finding an SPF with respect to dry skin type at the age of 23 can be a tiring process, but here’s the solution to remove your confusion. Dry skin people should use sunscreen daily and correctly with an SPF of 30 or more to reduce the risk of skin cancer and to protect the skin from sunburn, tanning, wrinkles, and pre-aging. Higher the SPF, the higher the protection. Shadow SPF 50+ Cream is the best option if you are looking for the best sunscreen for dry skin at the age of 23. Regardless of age, it is always recommended to have an SPF level above 30 and the key is to apply it daily, evenly, and frequently to offer your skin the best protection from UVA & UVB rays.

How does sunscreen work on dry skin?

Sunscreen protects and shields our skin. They are crucial in preventing the epidermis from absorbing ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Sunburns, skin cancer, and many other skin issues are caused by UV (ultraviolet)n radiation of the sun, which also damages the skin’s outer layer. Our skin is our largest organ, and it's covered in tiny little pores. When we put sunscreen on, the texture fills up those pores and creates a thin film or a physical barrier between our skin and the sun's harmful UV rays. This protective barrier, it protects the skin from sunburn, tanning, pigmentation, and also skin cancer which can be caused in the long run without using sunscreen.

Best sunscreen for dry skin dermatologist-recommended

Your skin requires constant hydration and protection if it is dry. When skin is dry, it feels tight against your face and forms flakiness and roughness in the outer layer, which are then followed by scaling and itching. People with dry skin frequently moisturize their skin to get rid of flaky, itchy skin. In addition to moisturizing with moisturizer, one should use a good sunscreen that is appropriate for dry skin types and offers broad-spectrum protection. If you skip the sunscreen, direct exposure to the sun's harmful rays can irritate your dry skin, making it even drier and itchier. Fixderma offers the best sunscreen for dry skin with SPF 50+, which not only offers broad-spectrum UV protection but also moisturizes the face. This dermatologist recommended sunscreen is safe to use on the skin and is non-comedogenic, oil-free, non-greasy, easily blendable, and leaves no white cast.

FAQs
  1. Is sunscreen SPF 50 good for dry skin?
    Yes, Shadow SPF 50+ cream is formulated especially for dry skin. It is dermatologist-recommended sunscreen that provides broad-spectrum protection from UV rays. It's non-greasy, leaves no white cast, is photostable and has a moisturizing effect owing to its ingredients like octinoxate, titanium dioxide, avobenzone and benzophenone-4.
  2. How do I choose sunscreen for dry skin?
    If you have dry skin, choose a sunscreen that has moisturizing effects. Always prefer cream sunscreen for dry skin as it has ingredients that will protect your skin from UV rays without making it dry.
  3. Should I wear sunscreen SPF 50 every day?
    Yes, sunscreen is important 365 days a year. Wearing sunscreen helps you protect your skin from photoaging, hyperpigmentation, sunburn, and suntan and also reduces the risk of skin cancer.
  4. What is the disadvantage of sunscreen SPF 50?
    None. There is no disadvantage of using sunscreen with SPF 50.
  5. Can dry skin use sunscreen?
    Yes, sunscreen is an essential skincare product for all skin types, including dry skin. It protects the skin from harmful UV rays and environmental factors that lead to premature ageing and skin damage.
  6. Which sunscreen SPF is best for Indian skin?
    For Indian skin, broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher works great. Choose photostable, water-resistant and a higher PA+ rating sunscreen. Fixderma sunscreen can be an excellent suit for you!
  7. Which sunscreen is best for dry skin, gel or cream?
    For dry skin, gel sunscreen may not be ideal because they absorb quickly. However, you can use gel sunscreen if you are indoors. If you have dry skin and stay outdoors, use cream sunscreen. They are thicker and more moisturizing.
  8. How many hours does 50 SPF last?
    It depends on how long you stay outdoors. Sunscreen is always recommended to be reapplied every 2 hours and after swimming, excessive sweating, towel drying and playing sports.
  9. How many minutes does sunscreen SPF 50 last?
    SPF 50 means that sunscreen will protect your skin against the harmful effects of UVB rays for nearly 500 minutes. It will block up to 98% of UVB rays from penetrating into your skin.
  10. Is sunscreen SPF 50 too strong for the face?
    No, experts recommend using sunscreen SPF between 15 to 50 on the face and the entire body.
  11. What is the 3 finger rule for sunscreen?
    Pea-sized sunscreen is not enough for the face. Ideally, one teaspoon or three fingers of sunscreen should be applied to the face.
  12. What happens if I use sunscreen SPF 50?
    Higher SPF means higher protection. SPF 50 blocks up to 98% UVB rays. So if you wear sunscreen SPF 50, you will be able to protect your skin 98% better than the one who is not wearing sunscreen.
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Manufactured By : Fixderma India Private Limited
Address: F-169-170, EPIP Zone, Neemrana, Distt Alwar, Rajasthan - 301705, INDIA

Precautions Do a patch test before first use.  Discontinue or consult your dermatologist if irritation occurs.

* Broad spectrum protection * Photostable * Non-greasy * Moisturizing Effect

Octinoxate + Titanium dioxide + Avobenzone + Benzophenone-4

WHAT IS IT?   Shadow SPF 50+ Cream is a light-weight cream-based sunscreen which provides an excellent UV rays coverage for a longer duration of time. This photostable sunscreen is ideal for all weathers and suits all skin types including the sensitive skin.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

check Broad spectrum UV protection check Non-greasy check Efficacy tested with achieved SPF 50+ check Moisturizing effect check Photostable formulation
  • Why is it Different?
  • Backed by Science
  • Directions for Use
  • Ingredients
  • Certificates

Why is it Different?

Sunscreens with a higher SPF content are generally greasy and messy. They make the face shine like a mirror. They can sometimes block the pores causing acne.

Shadow SPF 50+ Cream is a well-designed formulation to give the highest degree of sun protection with a perfect skin feel. It combines the power of both physical blockers and chemical absorbers to give a long-lasting effect. The premium moisturizers help to nourish the skin to keep it soft and supple. You need not apply any moisturizer additionally.

Backed by Science

Shadow SPF 50+ Cream helps protect the skin against the harmful effects of the sun and its UV rays. It has a soft, dry, zero shine, water-resistant finish. The formulation includes both mineral and chemical filters that are encapsulated for a long-lasting protection against the UVA and UVB ray.

Directions for Use

Apply Shadow SPF 50+ Cream liberally & evenly on the face, neck and exposed area of skin 20 to 30 minutes prior to sun exposure. Further reapplication is only necessary after activities such as swimming or after excessive sweating.

Ingredients

Aqua, Octinoxate, Titanium Dioxide (and) Aluminium Hydroxide (and) Stearic Acid, Butyl Methoxy Dibenzoylmethane, Benzophenone-4, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Propylene Glycol, Glycerol, Steareth-2, Acrylates Copolymer, Cetearyl Alcohol, Steareth-21, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Nicotinamide, Triethanolamine, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Acrylates Copolymer, Tocopheryl Acetate, Disodium EDTA, Fragrance.

OCTINOXATE also known as Octyl Methoxycinnamate and ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, is the oldest and most common sunscreen active used to protect skin, primarily against UVB rays. It absorbs UVB radiation (at wavelengths: 280-320 nm) with a peak protection at 310nm. Octyl Methoxycinnamate has a solid record of safety (decades of research and thousands of studies establishing its safety in sunscreens as indisputable).

TITANIUM DIOXIDE is an inert earth mineral that protects skin from UVA and UVB radiation and is considered no risk of skin sensitivity. Because its gentle, titanium dioxide is a great sunscreen active for sensitive, redness-prone skin. It’s great for use around the eyes, as it is highly unlikely to cause any irritation to the skin.

BENZOPHENONE-4 is within a group of aromatic ketones that contain both UVB and UVA absorbing properties that filter block out harmful UV rays. It is quite effective in not only filtering out UV rays but also preventing other ingredients from being degraded by the sun. It does not penetrate the skin to a large degree but allows for other ingredients to do so.

AVOBENZONE (butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane) is an organic material that helps reduce the amount of UV light to which the human skin is exposed by absorbing and refracting the radiation and subsequent disposal.

SPF Certification fixderma Certification

How to Choose the Best Sunscreen for Dry Skin?

When it comes to choosing the best sunscreen for dry skin, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First and foremost, you want to make sure that the sunscreen you choose is oil-free. This is important because if your sunscreen contains oils, it can actually end up making your dry skin worse. In addition, you want to make sure that the sunscreen you choose has an SPF of at least 30. And finally, you want to make sure that the sunscreen you choose is water-resistant so that it will stay on your skin even when you sweat or swim. With broad spectrum sun protection SPF of more than 50, Shadow SPF 50+ Cream is oil-free, non-greasy, non-comedogenic, and water-resistant to protect your skin from harsh UV rays of the sun.

How to Use Sunscreen for Dry Skin?

Most people think that sunscreen is only for those who spend a lot of time outdoors, but this isn't the case. Everyone can benefit from using sunscreen, especially if you have dry skin. Here's how to use sunscreen for dry skin:

When choosing a sunscreen, it's important to pick one that has an SPF of 30 or higher and is labeled "broad-spectrum." Broad-spectrum sunscreens will protect your skin from both UVA and UVB rays. It's also a good idea to choose a water-resistant sunscreen if you'll be sweating or swimming.

Apply sunscreen 15 mins prior, before going out. Apply sunscreen liberally to all exposed areas of your skin, including your face, neck, chest, back, shoulders, and legs. Be sure to use enough so that your skin is completely covered - most people only apply 25% of the recommended amount! Reapply every two hours (more often if you're sweating or swimming).

Best sunscreen for dry skin under INR 500?

Itchy flakes, redness, scaling, itching, and skin tightness are all symptoms of dry skin. Keeping our skin moisturized hourly to get rid of dry flaky skin is a bother. A good sunscreen that not only shields your skin from damaging UV radiation but also keeps it moisturized should be used in addition to a good moisturizer. The sun's rays can impact your dry skin and even make it drier, so it is crucial to use good sunscreen. But are you looking for a budget-friendly option or a sunscreen under INR 500? Then try Shadow SPF 50+ Cream which is the best dermatologist recommended sunscreen for dry skin. It not only protects the skin by providing broad-spectrum protection but also, hydrates as well. Its non-comedogenic and oil-free formulation won’t irritate your dry skin and will provide you with good SPF protection so that your skin can stay healthy and sun protected.

How much SPF sunscreen should be used for dry skin at the age of 23?

When it comes to sunscreen, finding an SPF with respect to dry skin type at the age of 23 can be a tiring process, but here’s the solution to remove your confusion. Dry skin people should use sunscreen daily and correctly with an SPF of 30 or more to reduce the risk of skin cancer and to protect the skin from sunburn, tanning, wrinkles, and pre-aging. Higher the SPF, the higher the protection. Shadow SPF 50+ Cream is the best option if you are looking for the best sunscreen for dry skin at the age of 23. Regardless of age, it is always recommended to have an SPF level above 30 and the key is to apply it daily, evenly, and frequently to offer your skin the best protection from UVA & UVB rays.

How does sunscreen work on dry skin?

Sunscreen protects and shields our skin. They are crucial in preventing the epidermis from absorbing ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Sunburns, skin cancer, and many other skin issues are caused by UV (ultraviolet)n radiation of the sun, which also damages the skin’s outer layer. Our skin is our largest organ, and it's covered in tiny little pores. When we put sunscreen on, the texture fills up those pores and creates a thin film or a physical barrier between our skin and the sun's harmful UV rays. This protective barrier, it protects the skin from sunburn, tanning, pigmentation, and also skin cancer which can be caused in the long run without using sunscreen.

Best sunscreen for dry skin dermatologist-recommended

Your skin requires constant hydration and protection if it is dry. When skin is dry, it feels tight against your face and forms flakiness and roughness in the outer layer, which are then followed by scaling and itching. People with dry skin frequently moisturize their skin to get rid of flaky, itchy skin. In addition to moisturizing with moisturizer, one should use a good sunscreen that is appropriate for dry skin types and offers broad-spectrum protection. If you skip the sunscreen, direct exposure to the sun's harmful rays can irritate your dry skin, making it even drier and itchier. Fixderma offers the best sunscreen for dry skin with SPF 50+, which not only offers broad-spectrum UV protection but also moisturizes the face. This dermatologist recommended sunscreen is safe to use on the skin and is non-comedogenic, oil-free, non-greasy, easily blendable, and leaves no white cast.

FAQs
  1. Is sunscreen SPF 50 good for dry skin?
    Yes, Shadow SPF 50+ cream is formulated especially for dry skin. It is dermatologist-recommended sunscreen that provides broad-spectrum protection from UV rays. It's non-greasy, leaves no white cast, is photostable and has a moisturizing effect owing to its ingredients like octinoxate, titanium dioxide, avobenzone and benzophenone-4.
  2. How do I choose sunscreen for dry skin?
    If you have dry skin, choose a sunscreen that has moisturizing effects. Always prefer cream sunscreen for dry skin as it has ingredients that will protect your skin from UV rays without making it dry.
  3. Should I wear sunscreen SPF 50 every day?
    Yes, sunscreen is important 365 days a year. Wearing sunscreen helps you protect your skin from photoaging, hyperpigmentation, sunburn, and suntan and also reduces the risk of skin cancer.
  4. What is the disadvantage of sunscreen SPF 50?
    None. There is no disadvantage of using sunscreen with SPF 50.
  5. Can dry skin use sunscreen?
    Yes, sunscreen is an essential skincare product for all skin types, including dry skin. It protects the skin from harmful UV rays and environmental factors that lead to premature ageing and skin damage.
  6. Which sunscreen SPF is best for Indian skin?
    For Indian skin, broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher works great. Choose photostable, water-resistant and a higher PA+ rating sunscreen. Fixderma sunscreen can be an excellent suit for you!
  7. Which sunscreen is best for dry skin, gel or cream?
    For dry skin, gel sunscreen may not be ideal because they absorb quickly. However, you can use gel sunscreen if you are indoors. If you have dry skin and stay outdoors, use cream sunscreen. They are thicker and more moisturizing.
  8. How many hours does 50 SPF last?
    It depends on how long you stay outdoors. Sunscreen is always recommended to be reapplied every 2 hours and after swimming, excessive sweating, towel drying and playing sports.
  9. How many minutes does sunscreen SPF 50 last?
    SPF 50 means that sunscreen will protect your skin against the harmful effects of UVB rays for nearly 500 minutes. It will block up to 98% of UVB rays from penetrating into your skin.
  10. Is sunscreen SPF 50 too strong for the face?
    No, experts recommend using sunscreen SPF between 15 to 50 on the face and the entire body.
  11. What is the 3 finger rule for sunscreen?
    Pea-sized sunscreen is not enough for the face. Ideally, one teaspoon or three fingers of sunscreen should be applied to the face.
  12. What happens if I use sunscreen SPF 50?
    Higher SPF means higher protection. SPF 50 blocks up to 98% UVB rays. So if you wear sunscreen SPF 50, you will be able to protect your skin 98% better than the one who is not wearing sunscreen.


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ramandeep k.

Superb sunscreen

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Rouchelle S.
Good for dry skin

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Amazing products.

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Perfect for dry skin... Doesn't dry out... Doesn't leave skin greasy or cakey... Absolute favourite!

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Karu N.

Nice but white cast formation