Triumph & Disaster
Triumph & Disaster No Dice SPF 50 Broad Spectrum Sunscreen (100ml)
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Triumph & Disaster No Dice SPF 50 Sunscreen offers the highest level of protection from UVA & UVB rays available in Europe. This broadspectrum sun cream protects the face from the damaging effects of sun exposure whilst offering a comprehensive moisturising treatment. No Dice can be used as a daily moisturiser to protect the skin from daily sun subjection that is often overlooked. Whether you're sunning or skiing, No Dice SPF 50 Sunscreen should be by your side at all times.
Suitable for all skin types.
Triumph & Disaster No Dice SPF 50 Broad Spectrum Sunscreen uses the natural protective benefits of Zinc and Titanium to protect the skin from damaging UVA & UVB rays. This natural approach means your face doesn't turn white after application and is also non-greasy meaning your matte complexion is fully maintained. Also contains Jojoba Extract to nourish and Green Tea Extract to protect against free-radical damage.
|Brand||Triumph & Disaster|
|How to use||Apply a generous layer to the face 15 minutes before exposure to the sun. Reapply every 2 hours.|
|Expert's Tip||Slip No Dice into your beach bag and ensure you reapply it regularly throughout the day.|
|When To Use||Daily.|
Nice productIt comes out off white-ish and quite thick. It's to be expected for spf 50. Must put on less. Face is white but not too much. If you put on less to obtain lesser spf it's okay. It does cling to facial hair, no matter how much you rub. It dries quickly to brighten the complexion. It does not drip when perspiring which is a huge plus and it does not dry the skin. Last but not least....it smells medicinal which is a big plus for me. No fruity or floral scent that you get in other products. And it doesn't make my skin hot or flushed. Would buy again.
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