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Invisible Zinc

A physical (not chemical) barrier between you and the sun. Invisible Zinc protects against surface UVB and deeper penetrating UVA rays Invisible Zinc uses only one active ingredient – Zinc Oxide – a mineral reflector found in nature to create a physical, reflective barrier on the surface of your skin.

Invisible Zinc uses micro-fine Zinc Oxide which although invisible to the naked eye still provides outstanding broad spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays.

It's easy to apply, rubs in clear, is suitable for sensitive skin and is one of the most important anti-ageing products you can buy. Maintain and protect your natural beauty with Invisible Zinc

Wear Invisible Zinc protection every day, not just at the beach.

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What makes Zinc so special?

Zinc Oxide is a NATURAL, PHYSICAL sun-screening agent that sits on your skin reflecting dangerous UVA and UVB rays. Chemical sunscreens on the other hand, merely diffuse rays, usually just UVB. Most chemical sunscreens offer little or no protection against UVA rays.

Don't all SPF30+ sunscreens offer the same protection?

No. SPF is only a measure of protection against UVB, not UVA.

Why is it so important to protect against UVA rays?

Apart from being responsible for up to 70% of ageing, UVA exposure is now known to be a major cause of skin cancer.

If Zinc is so good why aren't all sunscreens like INVISIBLE ZINC?

Most sunscreen manufacturers must meet certain price points and tend to use cheap sun-screening chemicals (octyl methoxycinnamate e.t.c.) as their active ingredients. Even the most reputable and trusted sunscreen manufacturers use these chemicals. Invisible Zinc is not cheap, but we've made it affordable for everyday use.

What's the active ingredient in your sunscreen?

Invisible Zinc uses a world-patented form of Zinc Oxide that has been milled down so it is no longer visible to the naked eye. Check the active ingredient on your sunscreen, is it a cheap chemical or is it 100% Zinc Oxide?

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