Sunfragm is an SPF 25 gel using plant-based solvents and best-in-class UVA and UVB filters (Tinosorb® S and Uvinul® A Plus) - taking an approach that maximises cosmetic elegance without using irritating ingredients.
Sunfragma plays nice - this product can be layered underneath our existing creams or used on its own for SPF protection. Sunfragma can be applied to face and body.
Hydroxystearic acid (derived from castor oil) acts as an inhibitor against UVB stress and in-vivo studies have shown it to reduce conspicuous pores and facial spots.
Sunfragma is formulated to soften at around 20°C and melt at around 30°C (just below body temperature). This gives it an effortless glide and doesn't require any tedious rubbing-in. Apply a small amount - enough to create an initial "sheen" which will then dry within a minute or two.
We believe sunscreen is sunscreen - we don't integrate SPF into our daily moisturisers because evidence shows that people reapply moisturisers less often than they would a sunscreen. Sun protection should do just that and we provide it as a separate product so you can reapply regularly.
Zero whitening - Sunfragma won't leave a whitening sheen like mineral creams do while corn-starch helps to provide a dry finish.
Sunfragma is alcohol-free, making it great for sensitive skin - in fact it's great for anyone who doesn't like their skin to sting when applying sunscreen.
Vegan, paraben-free and definitely not tested on animals.
Looking for SPF? Layer this underneath a day cream with best in class Tinosorb® S and Uvinul® A Plus sun filters. UVB SPF rating of 25 and 5 star UVA.
Tinosorb and Uvinul are registered trademarks of BASF.
"Apply 15 minutes before going into the sun. You will need around 1/4 of a teaspoon (between 1.2ml and 1.6ml) to cover the ""average"" face. This product is formulated for normal wear but do reapply if you sweat a lot, if you get wet, or if you heavily towel your face or body. Avoid contact with fabrics.
We recommend you avoid the midday sun (between 11am and 3pm) - seek shade and cover up. Overexposure to the sun is a serious health threat."