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Hawaiian Tropic Silk Hydration After Sun Lotion, 6 Ounce

Lightweight and easy to apply

  • Provides 24 hour moisturization
  • Broad spectrum UVA or UVB protection

Lightweight and easy to apply. Provides 24 hour moisturization. Broad spectrum UVA or UVB protection. Protect, pamper, nourish for beautiful radiant skin.

Introducing Hawaiian Tropic Silk Hydration After Sun Lotion, an after sun product that combines ribbons of gel and lotion together to leave skin feeling luxurious and refreshed. Infused with silk protein and Shea butter to moisturize skin for 24 hours, along with aloe for cooling benefits, Hawaiian Tropic Silk Hydration is an indulgent after sun experience that pampers and soothes the skin.

Key Features

  • 24 hours of luxurious moisturization with refreshing hydrating ribbons
  • Lightweight feel
  • Coconut papaya fragrance
  • Refreshes sun-tired skin with soothing aloe gel
What is the difference between UVA and UVB rays?

According to the Skin Cancer Foundation UVA is long wavelength (320-400 nm) UV and accounts for up to 95 percent of the solar UV radiation reaching the Earth’s surface. It can penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin and has for years been thought to play a major part in skin aging and wrinkling. Importantly, recent studies strongly suggest that it may also initiate and exacerbate the development of skin cancers. UVA rays are present during all daylight hours and throughout the winter months. Although UVA rays are less intense than short wavelengths, (UVB) they are present all year round and depending upon the time of the year, can be 30 to 50 times more prevalent than UVB rays. Furthermore, UVA radiation can penetrate glass and clouds. Thus we are exposed to large doses of UVA throughout our lifetime.

UVB is the middle range of UV with wavelengths between 290-320 nm. It is very biologically active and is responsible for burning, tanning, acceleration of skin aging and plays a very key role in the development of skin cancer. The intensity of UVB varies by season, location and time of day. The most significant amount of UVB hits the U.S. between 10am and 4pm between April and October. UVB rays penetrate glass.

What is SPF?

SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. This is a multiplier that tells you how much longer you can remain in the sun without a burn when wearing a sunscreen. For instance, if you can usually tolerate the sun for 10 minutes without a burn, an SPF 15 will provide you with 15 times that, or 150 minutes of protection without burning.

Sun Facts

Remember to take care of your skin in the sun with these sun facts
  • Sun protection keeps your skin looking its best – the harmful effects of UV rays build up over time. Make sun care a part of your daily routine.
  • Your face requires about a teaspoon of sunscreen for the best coverage, while your arms and legs require about a tablespoon. Adjust accordingly for the torso. For maximum protection, wait for it to soak in (15 to 30 minutes) before indulging in the sun.
  • Sweating, swimming, and towel drying can remove sunscreen from your skin's surface, so be sure to reapply and lather up when needed, at least every two hours
  • If you are looking for a glow, make sure it's a healthy one. Start by using a high SPF to build color slowly and safely.
  • The sun is strongest between the hours of 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, so be extra sure to protect yourself during these hours.
  • The sun's rays are more intense in tropical and semi-tropical locations because exposure becomes more direct as you get closer to the equator. Intensity is also increased in higher elevations where the atmosphere is thinner. Extra protection for skin and eyes is necessary in both cases. Choose a higher SPF in these geographical locations.
  • UVB rays are stronger in the summer. Choose a higher SPF during those months. UVA remains more or less constant throughout the year.
  • Surfaces such as water, sand, snow, and pavement all reflect and intensify exposure. Because of this you can still get burned even when wearing a hat or sitting in the shade.
  • Wear sunscreen even on cloudy or hazy days. UV rays can penetrate these atmospheric conditions and cause sunburn.
  • You can cut down on the overall exposure received by spending intermittent periods of time in the shade.
  • Many medications, including certain antibiotics, heart and blood pressure medicines, antihistamines, and antidepressants, can cause photosensitive reactions when the user is exposed to sunlight. This can result in an unusual "sunburn," or a rash or other allergic-type reaction to the skin. Individual sensitivities vary widely and may not happen to every user, every time. Consult your physician or pharmacist before sun exposure when using ANY medication.
  • Some fragrances can cause photosensitive reactions wherever they are applied to the skin. Examples of these are bergamot, citron, lavender, sandalwood, and musk.

Directions
Apply generously and evenly after showering or whenever skin feels dry.


 








































Find Your SPF


Skin ComplexionSun's Effect on the SkinRecommended SPF
Very Fair Always burns easily; never tans 30 - 50+
Fair Always burns easily; tans minimally 30 - 50+
Light Burns moderately; tans eventually 15 - 30
Medium Burns minimally; always tans well 6 - 15
Dark Rarely burns; tans readily 2 - 10
Very Dark Never burns; becomes deeply pigmented 2 - 10

Ingredients

Water, Glycerin, Polysorbate 20, Ethyhexyl Palmitate, Triethanolamine, Acrylates/C10 30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Dimethicone, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, Citrus Aurantium Sinesis Fiber (Orange), Hytdroxyethylcellulose, Benzophenone-4, Ethylhexylglycerin, Disodium EDTA, Glyceryl Acrylate/Acrylic Acid Copolymer, Propylene Glycol, PVM/MA Copolymer, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter (Shea), Mangifera Indica Seed Butter (Mango), Panthenol, Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Carica Papaya Fruit Extract (Papaya), Colocasia Antiquorum Root Extract, Mangifera Indica Fruit Extract (Mango), Passiflora Incarnata Fruit Extract, Plumeria Acutifolia Flower Extract, Psidium Guajava Fruit Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Fragrance, Blue 1, Yellow 5

Ingredients
PVM/MV Copolymer, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter, Panthenol, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Carica Papaya (Papaya) Fruit Extract, Colocasia Antiquorum Root Extract, Mangifera Indica (Mango) Fruit Extract,

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