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Clinically Tested In-Vivo*

Patented Technology

Co-created with Dermats


Recognized as the global benchmark for SPF testing, In-Vivo denotes evaluations conducted on real human skin. Unlike other SPF testing methods, In-Vivo test factors real-world conditions like sweat, water and other environmental triggers to assess the sunscreen's efficacy across dynamic components.


Our Mission

End the battle against sun

Created by an expert team of scientists & dermatologists and armed with supercharged patented ingredients & technology - the ultimate Sun Care Squad is finally here!

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Got questions? Let's clear up your doubts; here are the most frequently asked questions to solve your queries.

Who needs sunscreen?

Everyone regardless of age, gender or race. Sunscreen use can help prevent skin damage by protecting you from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays.

When should I use sunscreen?

Ideally everyday, indoors & outdoors. The sun emits harmful UV rays year-round. Even on cloudy days, up to 80 percent of the sun’s harmful UV rays can penetrate your skin. Snow, sand and water increase the need for sunscreen because they reflect the sun’s rays.

How much sunscreen should I apply?

To obtain the intended protection, you must follow the manufacturers’ instructions for use and application. Therefore, always apply the amount of sunscreen indicated on the label and re-apply frequently. Remember the easily forgotten areas: tops of ears, behind knees, ankles, feet and eyelids. Regardless of which sunscreen you choose, be sure to apply it generously to achieve the UV protection indicated on the product label.

How often should I apply sunscreen?

Sunscreen should be re-applied frequently to maintain protection, especially after perspiring, swimming or towelling. You should always follow the manufacturers’ instructions for use, application and re-application. The frequency of re-application should correspond to how and when the product is being used, for example, when exposed to direct sunlight, on the beach, when swimming, doing sports, etc.

Will using sunscreen limit the amount of vitamin D I get?

Using sunscreen may decrease your skin’s production of vitamin D. i) If you are concerned that you are not getting enough vitamin D, you should discuss your options for getting vitamin D with your doctor. ii) Many people can get the vitamin D they need from foods and/or vitamin supplements. This approach gives you the vitamin D you need without increasing your risk for skin cancer.

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