We have a range of products specially formulated for individual skin types, SunSense offers the highest SPF protection in Australia*.
Protection begins with SunSense, but it’s only one part of a whole sun care routine.
Make sure you cover up with clothing, hats and eyewear to further reduce risk. Protect children from direct sun and seek shade where possible especially during the hottest art of the day.
Apply your sunscreen indoors. Apply sunscreen 20 minutes before you head outside. Make sure you re-apply a broad-spectrum SPF 50+ sunscreen every 2 hours and after swimming, sweating, exercise and towel drying.
Try and follow the teaspoon rule for sunscreen application. Apply one teaspoon for each arm, each leg, another for your front, and one for your back. Apply half a teaspoon each to your face and your neck.^
Be vigilant. Check you and your family’s skin regularly, including skin not normally exposed to the sun. Look for changes in shape, colour, size, or new spot – if you notice anything unusual, consult your GP. It’s a good idea to talk to your GP about your level of risk and any skin changes.
If you have any concerns consult your local GP.
ALWAYS READ THE LABEL. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE. PROLONGED HIGH-RISK SUN EXPOSURE SHOULD BE AVOIDED. FREQUENT RE-APPLICATION IS REQUIRED.
References: *Highest label claim allowed as per AS/NZS 2064:2012; Very High. SPF 50+, Broad Spectrum. ^ Schneider J. The teaspoon rule of applying sunscreen. Arch Dermatol. 2002; 138: 838-839.