Dr Weller's Sunwell Sunscreen

Dr Weller's Sunwell Sunscreen

24.99

The ONLY sunscreen which both protects skin and generates Nitric Oxide and Vitamin D from sunlight. Nitric oxide and Vitamin D are natural compounds created by the body in response to sunlight and are important for blood vessel and bone health.

Volume: 100ml SPF:25+

Not Tested on Animals

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DESCRIPTION: Dr Weller’s Sunwell Sunscreen is an innovative approach to sunscreen formulation. This allows for full sun protection together with preserved and enhanced delivery of the naturally occurring health benefits of sunlight, Nitric Oxide and Vitamin D.

Is SPF 25 enough for you?

No sunblock can block all UV radiation.

SPF 15 filters out approximately 93 percent of incoming UV rays.

SPF 25 keeps out 96 percent of incoming rays.

SPF 30 keeps out 97 percent of incoming rays.

SPF 50 keeps out 98 percent of incoming rays.

Indeed some authorities argue that the higher SPF can give a false sense of security https://www.ewg.org/sunscreen/report/whats-wrong-with-high-spf/. A crucial factor in the protection given by a sunscreen is the application of sufficient quantity of sunscreen on a frequent basis. Many people do not put on enough sunscreen frequently enough. It is more important to apply the sunscreen frequently enough (every 2 hours) and in the correct amount (2 mg/sq. cm). As a rough guide this is: 1/2 teaspoon for face and neck, 1 teaspoon on each arm, 2 teaspoons on the body, 2 teaspoons on each leg

If you follow the instructions given by Dr Weller the SPF 25 will keep you safe but also have the advantage of safely allowing you to retain more of the benefits that sun exposure can bring.

INGREDIENTS: Aqua; Homosalate; Octocrylene; Ethylhexyl salicylate; Glyceryl stearate; Glycerin; Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane; C12-15 Alkyl benzoate; Ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate; Cetearyl alcohol; Phenoxyethanol; Tribehenin; Butyrospermum parkii butter; Potassium cetyl phosphate; Xanthan gum; Glutathione; Ethylhexylglycerin; Tetrasodium EDTA; 7-Dehydrocholesterol; Sodium nitrate.

Advice from a leading dermatologist on how to apply sunscreen properly

Correct application of sunscreen, in the appropriate amounts, is necessary to ensure the best protection from the sun’s potentially harmful UV rays.

  1. Apply sunscreen after applying other lotions such as moisturiser but before you apply make up.

  2. Use unscreen liberally. The correct dose is 2mg per square centimetre. This equates to approximately a quarter of a teaspoon or 1 ½ mls of sunscreen on your face to ensure adequate coverage. For an adult male body 2 tablespoons or 36 mls is the recommended amount. This may seem like a lot of sunscreen, but if you don't apply enough, you won’t achieve the rated protection.

  3. Apply sunscreen before going out in the sun. It's best to wait 20-30 minutes after applying sunscreen to give the UV filters time to adsorb onto your skin and form a protective layer.

  4. Re-apply sunscreen every 2 hours. This is especially important if you are going to be outdoors for a long periods, sweat a lot, do vigorous exercise, or go swimming.