What makes Sunright SPF 50 different from other sunscreens on the market?

Like most sunscreen products, Sunright SPF 50 provides sun protection from both UVA and UVB rays. But what makes Sunright unique is that it also features moisturizing and skin-soothing ingredients. This includes Astaxanthin and Physalis Angulata Extract. Astaxanthin, a powerful antioxidant, helps protect skin from environmental stressors, while Physalis Angulata Extract keeps skin cooler and calmer in the presence of sunlight. It’ s more than just regular sunscreen.


Is Sunright SPF 50 water-resistant?

Sunright SPF 50 is water-resistant for 80 minutes of uninterrupted fun in the water. This is the maximum amount of time you can go before you need to reapply.


Is Sunright SPF 50 safe to use around coral?

There is very little scientific evidence to suggest that sunscreen chemicals cause coral damage. For example, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
has named temperature/climate change, runoff, pollution, overexposure to sunlight, and low tides as the culprits to coral bleaching. But Sunright SPF 50 has been formulated to fully comply with all current local legislation requirements related to this issue.


When should I apply Sunright SPF 50?

We recommend that you apply Sunright SPF 50 to dry skin approximately 15 minutes before going outside. If you are going to be in the sun for longer periods of time, you’ll need to reapply your sunscreen at least every two hours, or at least every 80 minutes if you’re sweating or getting wet, and immediately after towel drying.


Is it really that important to reapply Sunright SPF 50?

Absolutely. Excessive perspiring, toweling off, and swimming can all affect how long a sunscreen stays on your skin and protects against harmful UV damage. It’
s very important that you regularly reapply this protection so that you can safely enjoy your time in the sun.


Does Sunright SPF 50 provide both UVA and UVB protection?

Yes. Sunright SPF 50 provides broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays.


What does SPF stand for?

SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. This number is linked to how long you can be exposed to the sun while wearing the sunscreen and still be protected. But the
time it takes for someone’s skin to burn varies greatly with every individual, so it is important to remember that sunscreen is not a one-size-fits-all science.


What is the difference between Sunright SPF 35 and Sunright SPF 50?

The main difference between Sunright SPF 35 and Sunright SPF 50 is the type of sun protection they provide. Sunright SPF 35 is formulated with physical UV filters that block and deflect UV rays. Sunright SPF 50 is formulated with different UV filters that scatter and absorb UV rays to provide even more sun protection.
The difference in the sun protection factor (SPF) is based on these different sunscreen agents.


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