Sunguard or Sunscreen for each Season? Have you ever thought about the harmful UV Rays? Well, let me tell you all about 3 types of UV rays I recently came across from my friend Charul’s Insta-live session and some online knowledge. The session made it very clear how important is Sunscreen to all of us in our everyday lives. Charul was the one who insisted me to use Tvakh’s Aloe Gel but I really didn’t know would end up buying their Sunscreen Gel and Sandalwood Mask. I cannot thank her enough. Do check her Instagram all the posts are super informative.
Types of UV:
UVA – Makes us tan – Wavelength is 315–400 nM (Nanometers)
UVB – Causes Sunburns – 280–315 nM
UVC – Many online references state lesser wavelength are responsible for skin cancer – 100–280 nM
Product Name – Colloidal Oat and Carrotseed Broad Spectrum Sun Guard Gel
Suitable for Normal to Sensitive / Acne Skin Type
Rs. 415 for 100 ml
Tvakh’s Sun protection gel is a physical sunscreen that is designed with SPF infused mineral powders that scatter and reflects UVA and UVB rays, preventing them from reaching the surface of the skin. Enhanced with Beta Glucan enriched Colloidal Oatmeal that provides water-resistant, UV absorbent, anti-inflammatory and emollient properties to the formula. Optimized as a weightless tinted mousse that leaves a sheer matte finish, minimizes the appearance of pores and guards the skin with multiple actions of antioxidant-rich Carrot seed oil. Therefore promoting skin radiance, clarity, and resilience.
Ingredients – Aqua, Isopropyl Myristate, Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Glycerin, Glyceryl Stearate Citrate**, Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Meal, Titanium Dioxide, Tocopherol Acetate, squalane and phytosterols, Daucus Carota Sativa (Carrot) Seed Oil***, Lecithin, Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) Germ Oil, Zinc Oxide, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Leaf Juice*, Carbomer, Niacinamide, Water and Sodium Levulinate and Pottasium Sorbate**, Triethanolamine, Parfum
*Ingredients from Organic Farming
***Cold Pressed Oils
No Parabens, No Sulphates, No Phthalates, No Petroleum oils, No GMO
How to Use- Use liberally after antioxidant cream/serum for protection from UV and Free radicals.
–works as a primer to refine and minimize the appearance of pores
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My experience with the product: This is my second sunscreen after Lotus Herbals. If you are a teenager or someone who is just crossed 30 or 40+ this is a must-have product. Sunscreen is a unisex product and this is surely one that fits both. Never miss this product. I have been using this for a month. Carrot Seed oil in it has Carotene & VitA which is good for the skin.
♥️Tvakh Sun Guard is tinted and provides broad-spectrum UV protection with a sign of full coverage without leaving a white cast behind.
♥️Non-Greasy gel cream makes it easy for application for oily skinned beauties too
♥️The fragrance isn’t overpowering and a thumbs up for sensitive nose people
♥️The bottle is a leak-proof transparent pump dispenser with a cap on top making it travel-friendly
♥️The gel is creamy in texture and I add drops on my face. Once the face is covered with the drops massage it smoothly.
♥️It acts as a makeup primer and can be used every day and one can ditch the chemically laden primers. I have used this below my foundation and trust me it works the best.
♥️Good for all skin types. Tried and tested on Combination, Dry Mature & Acne Prone skin.
♥️Do not rub it on your face, it usually does not make you look bad but the signs of uneven application are visible.
♥️Best for hiding the pores on the face
♥️The application will make you understand how beautiful the texture stays and turns into watery cream on face
♥️Easily absorbs into the skin and the best part is it enhances the skin complexion with lightening pigmentation spots too
♥️It is the best light-weight sunscreen I’ve ever used until today and trust me will last you for long as very little is consumed to cover your face.
Would recommend this super useful product for everyone 🙂
Have you ever used Tvakh products? Let us know in the comments.
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