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Anthelios Sunblock

Whether your the family is off for a summer holiday filled with water activities, hiking, biking or camping or a winter holiday filled with skiing, tobogganing and skating, you will want to keep them happy and safe. In addition to packing weather appropriate clothing – snowsuits to keep them warm or hats and sunglasses to shield them from the sun – you won’t want to forget to pack the sunblock.

That’s where Anthelios sunblock comes in. A standout amongst other sunblocks you can find on drugstore shelves, Anthelios sunblock includes the patented sun filtering agents Mexoryl SX and Mexoryl XL. These molecules have studies that show they deliver far more protection from UVA rays than many other sun filters on the market. In addition, Mexoryl XL delivers UVB protection. When combined with other sun filtering agents, you end up with products that protect against the full range of UVA and UVB rays.

In addition to a range of creams and lotions for adults, Anthelios sunblock contains a line formulated just for children. The Dermo Pediatrics line includes an SPF 50+ protecting spray and lotion leaving you safe in the knowledge that your children are also protected from the sun’s powerful rays. Sunscreen alone is not enough to protect from UV rays; you should still use hats, long sleeves, sunglasses and seek shade where possible. However on a beach holiday this may be difficult or even impossible. In this case, you will want to use sunscreen, but not any sunscreen – the one that protects you best.

Anthelios sunblock includes a number of water resistant formulations. These products will give you 40 minutes of protection while swimming. For more rigorous activity, consider Anthelios W Gel SPF 40. This is a lightweight gel formulation suitable for face and body that is highly water resistant delivering 80 minutes of protection in the water. With a range of sunblocks in different formulations and protection ability, you and your family will be covered for a range of activities and weather situations.

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