Resist Anti-Aging Skin Restoring Moisturiser SPF 50
Protects skin from the sun and improves skin tone.
- Skin Type: Normal skin, Dry skin
- Concern: Anti-Aging , Brown spots , Very dry skin
- Ingredients: Avobenzone , Niacinamide/Vitamin B3 , Shea Butter View all
- Routine: Moisturizer AM
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Resist Anti-Aging Skin Restoring Moisturiser SPF 50
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What does it do?
The perfect SPF for dry skin
This multi-tasking moisturiser contains SPF 50 to protect skin from premature signs of ageing and sun damage, while shea butter leaves skin soft and hydrated. The anti-ageing formula contains tone-improving ingredients like niacinamide and liquorice for more even-toned and younger-looking skin.
Protects from sun damage
Promotes radiant-looking skin
Hydrates dry skin
How to use
Apply as the last step in your morning skincare routine. Allow a moment to dry before applying makeup.
Thank you for submitting your review! It will be reviewed by our staff before it is posted.Not so suitable for very dry skin. The ingredients look great and also that it is 50 SPF is certainly amazing but it does not do for me as a finishing moisturiser for the morning. Leaves dry skin feeling still tight and in need for more. It also stings the side of my nose sometimes which I don't know why (no injuries on my face). Would be definitely suitable for someone who does not have very dry skin, just slightly or normal skin. The texture is rich but also very light and sinks in very well.
What are the key ingredients?
Synthetic sunscreen ingredient, provides broad-spectrum sun protection and is one of the most widely used UVA filters in the world.
Very effective skin-restoring ingredient that can visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines and dullness.
This plant lipid, extracted from the karite tree, is used as an emollient and has smoothing properties for dry skin. it’s also a rich source of antioxidants.
Contains: Benzophenone-3 (Oxybenzone)
Aqua, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate (Octinoxate 7.5%, sunscreen), Homosalate (5%, sunscreen), Ethylhexyl Salicylate (Octisalate 5%, sunscreen), Benzophenone-3 (Oxybenzone 5%, sunscreen), Silica (opacifier and texture enhancer), Glycerin (hydration), Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane (Avobenzone 3.0 %, sunscreen), Cetearyl Alcohol (texture enhancer), Dimethicone (hydration), Butylene Glycol (hydration), Pentylene Glycol (hydration), Potassium Cetyl Phosphate (emulsifier), Cyclopentasiloxane (hydration), Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract (skin-restoring), VP/Eicosene Copolymer (texture enhancer), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter (emollient), Allantoin (skin soothing), Niacinamide (skin-restoring), Tocopherol (vitamin E/antioxidant), Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract (skin soothing), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract (hydration, soothing), Atractylodes Macrocephala Root Powder (antioxidant), Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Extract (skin soothing), Coffea Arabica (Coffee) Seed Extract (antioxidant), Portulaca Oleracea Extract (antioxidant), Mahonia Aquifolium Root Extract (antioxidant), Diethylhexyl Syringylidenemalonate (antioxidant), Sarcosine (skin softener), Capryloyl Glycine (skin softener), Maltooligosyl Glucoside (skin softener), Cetearyl Glucoside (skin softener), Dimethiconol (texture enhancer), Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer (stabilizer), Hydrogenated Starch Hydrolysate (hydration), Hexylene Glycol (texture enhancer), 4-T-Butylcyclohexanol (emollient), Glyceryl Stearate (texture enhancer), PEG-100 Stearate (texture enhancer), Sodium Hydroxide (pH adjuster), Xanthan Gum (stabilizer), Disodium EDTA (chelating agent), Phenoxyethanol (preservative), Caprylyl Glycol (preservative), Ethylhexylglycerin (skin softening).
What is the difference between the Resist Anti-Aging Skin Restoring Moisturizer with SPF 50 and the discontinued Resist Anti-Aging Cellular Defense Moisturizer SPF 25?
- SPF: The day moisturisers differ in their SPF. The new Resist Anti-Aging Skin Restoring SPF 50 contains a higher SPF and is a synthetic sunscreen, the Resist Anti-Aging SPF 25 was a mineral sunscreen.
- Texture: The Resist Anti-Aging Skin Restoring SPF 50 has a more lightweight, fluid texture that is easy to apply but rich enough for dry skin.
- Formula: The Resist Anti-Aging Skin Restoring SPF 50 not only helps to prevent new signs of ageing, but also contains added ingredients (like niacinamide) to help to reduce existing signs of ageing. Brown spots will become less visible and skin tone more even. The Resist Anti-Aging SPF 25 only prevented new signs of ageing.
Can I apply the moisturiser around the eyes?
The Resist Anti-Aging Skin Restoring Moisturizer SPF 50 can be used around the eye and orbital bone. In general we don’t recommend applying the moisturiser directly onto your eye lid.
Is the Resist Anti-Aging Skin Restoring Moisturizer with SPF 50 suitable for Rosacea prone skin?
It’s not clear what causes rosacea-prone skin to react and while you most likely won’t experience any problems using the Resist Anti-Aging Skin Restoring Moisturizer SPF 50 we recommend using a day moisturiser with a mineral sunscreen. Try our Skin Recovery Daily Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30 or the Calm Moisturiser SPF 30 for normal to dry skin.
How often should I reapply this product?
To get the right amount of protection apply the product liberally. When skin is exposed to direct sunlight you’ll need to reapply every two hours. If you plan to swim or if you sweat you must reapply.
Gentle, milky toner offers superior hydration while minimising the appearance of wrinkles.
Hydrating exfoliant corrects uneven skin tone and minimises fine lines and wrinkles.
Antioxidant serum with vitamin C works to firm, brighten and improve uneven skin tone.
Advanced anti-ageing moisturiser for dry skin smooths fine lines and wrinkles.
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