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UV Ban Lotion

Prescription for: Personal Health

UV Ban Lotion enriched with Titanium Dioxide. Avobenzone. Octyl Methoxycinnamate and Oxybenzone. It protect the skin from the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiations of the sun. Sunscreen reduces the amount of damaging UV radiation reaching skin and the regular use of sunscreen can help reduce the risk of sunburn. tanning. skin aging and skin cancer.Benefits of key ingredients:Avobenzone absorbs the whole UVA spectrum from 310-400 nm. This makes it an ideal additive to any sunscreen formulation.Oxybenzone primarily functions as a photostabilizer and sunscreen. It absorbs UVB and short UVA raysTitaniumdioxide is truly a broad-spectrum blocker. protecting from UVA. UVB. and even UVC. Titanium dioxide is noncomedogenic as compare to zinc oxide.Direction for use:To be effective UV Ban must be applied generously. rubbed in lightly.Apply UV Ban Lotion 15-20 minutes before going in sun. wait for a minute to allow it to bind to skin for maximum effectiveness and to form an invisible protective layer.UV Ban lotion should then be reapplied every three hour in case it has been wiped or washed off during activity such as exercising. swimming or toweling. Reapplying regularly also means you are more likely to cover any parts of the skin you may have missedUV Ban Lotion should be applied right from morning 7 a.m. till 5.00 p.m. in the evening.Contraindications:You should not use UV ban lotion-If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in UV ban lotion.On broken skinOn serious burnsAdverse Effects:There is no significant side effect of either of the ingredients of UV BAN lotion. However. some people may develop photoallergic contact dermatitis.Use under medical supervision


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