Sunscreen Lotion SPF-50 PA+++


Swissglow UV Lotion

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Sunscreen Lotion SPF-50 PA+++ Benefits:

  • Protecting the skin from damage
  • Provides high protection against sunburn
  • Reduced the appearance of scars
  • Absorb the full spectrum of UVA (320-400) & UVB (290-340)

Swissglow UV Lotion frequently contains the chemicals OCTYL METHOXYCINNAMATE, OXYBENZONE, and TITANIUM DIOXIDE. The following is a list of each ingredient:

Octyl Methoxycinnamate, often called Octinoxate, is a chemical molecule that is frequently used in sunscreens due to its capacity to absorb UV-B rays. It assists in preventing skin damage brought on by UV radiation and shielding the skin from sunburn. Oil-soluble organic substance Octyl Methoxycinnamate offers effective UV-B protection.

Oxybenzone is a different chemical substance that is used in sunscreens to block UV-A and UV-B radiation. It is an organic substance that aids in shielding the skin from the damaging effects of the sun, such as sunburn and early ageing. Due to its broad-spectrum protection, oxybenzone is frequently used as a component in sunscreen.

TITANIUM DIOXIDE: As a physical sunscreen ingredient, titanium dioxide is a mineral molecule. UV light is reflected and dispersed away from the skin in order to function. Broad-spectrum protection against UV-A and UV-B rays is provided by titanium dioxide. For greater protection, it is frequently combined with other sunscreen active components.

These three components—OCTYL METHOXYCINNAMATE, OXYBENZONE, and TITANIUM DIOXIDE are frequently mixed to offer a balance of UV-A and UV-B protection in sunscreen creams.

How To Use 

  • Before applying the lotion, make sure your skin is dry and clean. This will improve the product’s ability to stick to your skin.
  • Take some Swissglow UV lotion and liberally rub it on the parts of your body that will be exposed to the sun. This can apply to any exposed parts, such as the face, neck, arms, and legs.
  • Circular strokes should be used to gently massage the lotion into your skin. Be sure to evenly cover all exposed areas.
  • It is advised to reapply sunscreen every two hours, after swimming, or when you perspire a lot. For information on how frequently to reapply a product, consult the label.
  • UV radiation can still reach the skin on gloomy or overcast days. Therefore, regular application of Swissglow UV lotion is advised, no matter the weather.
  • Wearing protective clothing, a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, and finding shade during the height of the sun’s rays are all extra precautions that should be taken in addition to using Swissglow UV cream for sun protection.


Sun protection: The capacity of UV lotions to shield the skin from damaging UV radiation is one of their main advantages. Sunlight’s UV radiation can result in sunburn, skin damage, early ageing, and a higher chance of developing skin cancer. UV lotions frequently include chemicals that assist in absorbing or reflecting UV rays, creating a protective barrier for the skin.

Prevents premature ageing: Exposure to UV radiation can hasten the ageing process of the skin by making fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots emerge. UV lotions can help avoid these ageing symptoms by protecting the skin from UV rays, keeping the skin looking younger and healthier.

Reduces the chance of skin cancer: Prolonged UV radiation exposure is a known risk factor for skin cancer. By limiting the skin’s exposure to damaging radiation, UV lotions that offer broad-spectrum protection against both UV-A and UV-B rays can help lower this risk.

Hydration and moisturization: To keep the skin hydrated and avoid dryness or flakiness, some UV lotions may also include hydrating and moisturizing chemicals. The skin’s natural moisture barrier and general health can be preserved in this way.

Suitable for all skin types: All skin types can use UV lotions because they are often made with formulations that are acceptable for sensitive skin as well as other skin types. They are frequently made to be non-comedogenic, which means that they won’t block pores or result face acne outbreaks.

Side Effects

  • Skin irritation
  • Acne breakouts
  • Eye irritation
  • Sensitivity to sunlight
  • Allergic reactions


  • It is advised to carry out a patch test before using any new skincare product, including sunscreen lotions. To check for any negative reactions or allergies, apply a small bit of the lotion to a small region of the skin (such as the inner forearm) and wait 24 hours.
  • Check the Swissglow UV lotion’s product label carefully to make sure it doesn’t include any ingredients that could cause an adverse reaction if you are aware of any allergies or sensitivities you may have to particular ingredients. Consult a dermatologist or other medical expert if you are unsure.
  • Different sunscreen creams utilize various active components, such as mineral (physical) blockers or chemical filters. If you have particular preferences or worries about
  • Use the sunscreen lotion in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations for appropriate application and reapplication. In general, it is advised to use sunscreen at least 15 minutes before exposure to the sun and to reapply every two hours, or more frequently if perspiring or swimming.
  • To prevent itching or discomfort, take care to keep sunscreen lotion out of your eyes. If contact occurs, give the area a thorough water rinse.
  • Store Swissglow UV lotion according to the instructions on the container. Sunscreen lotions should typically be kept out of direct sunlight and excessive temperatures in a cool, dry location.
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