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Whether you are at the lake or the sea, hiking in summer or skiing in winter - you should use sun creams with the right sun protection factor all year round to protect your skin from harmful UV radiation and its unpleasant consequences, such as sunburn or sun allergies, when you are sunbathing.

Why use sunscreen?
Sunlight radiates in different wavelengths and colours. The ultraviolet part of the sun colour rainbow damages the cells of the skin and is divided into the radiation types UV-A radiation and UV-B radiation. UV-B radiation is responsible for potential sunburn, UV-A radiation, on the other hand, can cause pigmentation spots and cause wrinkles from sunbathing. Dermatologists recommend avoiding strong UV radiation in general and protecting yourself with a sunscreen every day, even in regular daylight.

What types of sunscreen are there?
We have a wide range of sunscreen products with high or low sun protection factors for all skin types, whether sensitive skin, darker skin types, allergic skin or children's skin.
Because your skin needs protection not only at the height of summer but also on light summer days and even on cloudy days, we offer you a wide range of facial fluids, moisturisers with SPF and daylight products with UV protection for everyday use.

How long can I stay in the sun with sunscreen?
The sun protection factor of a product always tells you the strength of the filter effect, or more precisely the length, for example SPF 30 gives 300 minutes of sunbathing. Whether it's SPF 15, 20, 30 or 50 - you should choose a higher SPF rather than one that is too low and never exhaust the entire protection time. Repeated application of sunscreen does not extend the protection time, but only maintains it.