Protect skin from UVA, UVB, visible light and infrared radiation
Very high SPF UVB 131 & UVA 67
Regulate melanin production and prevent pigmentation forming
Slight tinted colour unifies skin tone & softens imperfections
The first thing you should consider when choosing sunscreen is that it protects from skin damage caused by the main types of radiation: UVB and UVA rays, visible light (HEV) and infrared radiation (IR). Sun damage is not exclusively due to UVA and UVB radiation, visible and infrared radiation play a very important role. Therefore, look for photoprotectors that offer broad-spectrum protection.
Other factors to be taken into account are the skin type and area of application. Sunscreen should be used on a daily basis and reapplied several times, which is why it must suit your skin type and feel comfortable on the face. From lighter textures for oily skin to more rich textures for dry skin, it's a matter of finding one that meets your needs.
Don't forget the more sensitive areas of your face, such as your lips and eye contour.
Look for the mesoprotech® sun protection that suits your skin type.
Shake bottle well before use.
Apply the recommended amount (2 mg/cm2 of skin) of mesoestetic Mesoprotech Melan SPF 50+ Pigment Control 30 minutes before sun exposure to clean, dry skin.
Applying less than the recommended dose significantly reduces the level of sun protection.
Reapply every two hours when exposed to direct sunlight and especially after towel drying, swimming or perspiring.
Repeating the application is essential to maintain the level of protection and effectiveness of the treatment.
Azeloglycine helps to regulate the enzyme responsible for melanin production, helping to prevent pigmentation. The ultra-light fluid contains a natural pigment colour to avoid any traces of white cast, minimise imperfections and provide a unified skin tone.