Fixderma Shadow SPF 30 + Cream

Shadow SPF 30+ Cream is a lightweight, broad-spectrum cream-based sunscreen that provides protection against both UVA rays & UVB rays. Its quick-absorbing formula makes it a part of your skin without leaving a white cast. This non-greasy sunscreen is ideal for all weather and skin types.

It is an ideal sunscreen with physical blockers and chemical absorbers that protect skin from UVA and UVB rays. This cream-based sunscreen does not cause white cast is ideal for dry skin but works effectively for all skin types.

Take out the required amount of sunscreen on your fingertips.

Gently massage it all over your face, neck and areas exposed to the sun.

Reapply as necessary.

OCTINOXATE also known as Octyl Methoxycinnamate and ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, is the oldest and most common sunscreen actively 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).

BENZOPHENONE-4 is within a group of aromatic ketones that contain both UVB and UVA absorbing properties that filter and 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 other ingredients to do so.

ZINC OXIDE works by scattering the sun's rays, which prevents potentially damaging ultraviolet radiation from getting to the skin. The finely powdered mineral formula used in sunscreen does two things—reflect and absorb. A protective zinc oxide layer on top of the skin reflects and absorbs the harmful UVA (also considered to be carcinogenic) and UVB rays such that they don't reach your skin.

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.