For use on the body in babies and children from 6 months old, this lightweight and hydrating fluid lotion is formulated to protect and take care of sensitive and atopic skin. The trigger spray makes applying sun protection to the body fun and easy.
Benefits of Heliocare 360 Pediatric Atopic Lotion Spray SPF 50:
- For use on the body in babies & children from 6 months old
- Suitable for sensitive & atopic skin
- A combination of chemical filters protects against UVA, UVB, visible light & infrared-A
- Easy-to-use trigger spray application
- Strengthens skin barrier
- Tested under dermatological & pediatric control
- Free of declared fragrance allergens, alcohol-free & water resistant
Protect the sensitive skin of babies and children from 6 months old with Heliocare 360 Pediatric Atopic Lotion Spray SPF 50. Formulated for use on the body, this lightweight, hydrating and moisturising fluid lotion is suitable for sensitive and atopic skin.
The innovative formulation protects delicate skin against UVA, UVB, visible light and infrared-A, whilst also strengthening skin’s barrier, which is especially important with atopic skin concerns such as eczema.
Heliocare 360 Pediatric Atopic Lotion Spray SPF 50 is also enriched with Fernblock®, which is a supercharged antioxidant that protects skin health alongside DNA repair enzymes and hydrating arginine and glycerine.
The easy-to-use trigger application spray makes applying sunscreen to the body fun and playful, perfect for those wriggly little ones! The fluid lotion is easy to apply and spread on the body for seamless application.
Sunscreen should be re-applied frequently, especially in children and babies, as well as after swimming or sweating. Children and babies should avoid sun exposure at peak hours, when the sun is strongest. They should wear protective clothing, a hat and sunglasses and should not be exposed to direct sun.
Heliocare 360 Pediatric Atopic Lotion Spray SPF 50 is Octocrylene-free, paraben-free and alcohol-free. It is also fragrance-free and does not contain declared allergens.