Tinted Sunscreen SPF 50+ PA+++


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product description

Providing a light colour coverage for users, this sunscreen is ideal for a range of skin tones. The combination of (organic and non-organic) SPF 50+, PA+++ helps to prevent sunburn and other harmful effects of UV radiation. The formula is also non-oily and it contains botanical extracts and antioxidant to defend your skin with providing UV-protection and prevents photo-aging.

How to apply:

  • Shake bottle well
  • Apply a liberal amount evenly onto entire face, at least 15 minutes prior to sun exposure
  • Re-apply every 1-2 hours when there is prolonged sun exposure, immediately after towel-drying and/or 30-40 minutes of swimming or sweating
  • Alert: Prolonged exposure to the sun can cause premature aging and increase the risk of skin cancer

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Free Nominated Date Delivery above $60.00!
Free Returns!
Free Click & Collect!

Home Delivery (Singapore only)

If your order is $60.00 and above:

  • Nominated Date Delivery (Date of your choice) - FREE
  • Next Day Delivery (1 working days) – $ 12
  • Same Day Delivery - $ 15

If your order is below $60.00:

  • Nominated Date Delivery (Date of your choice) - $ 8
  • Next Day Delivery (1 working days) – $ 12
  • Same Day Delivery - $ 15
Click&Collect (All Robinsons Stores)
  • We strive to get your order ready within 4 hours.
  • Please kindly wait for an email notification to inform you that your order is ready for collection.

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Easy Returns

It’s OK if you change your mind, we offer 30 days, no fuss free returns.

  • Home collection on appointment. Simply book a collection and a driver will come to you.
  • Store return at all Robinsons stores.

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