Apply a generous amount approx. 30 minutes before going outside. Sunscreens should be applied generously because small quantities considerably reduce their protective power. Apply it several times to maintain sun protection, especially after having spent some time in the water.
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Product formulas are subject to modification. The information provided here refers to the current range and is updated on a regular basis. In the event of alterations to formulas, products with the old as well as the new formula can both be found in stores. Therefore, the buyer should always carefully read all the information on the packaging. This particularly applies to the list of ingredients as regards intolerabilities.
- Avoid the intense midday sun.
a generous amount of sun cream before going out into the sun. The less
cream used, the less effective the protection offered.
cream on a regular basis to maintain protection, especially after going
in the water, after drying off or after sweating.
- Protect babies
and infants from direct sunlight and use protective clothing and a
sunscreen with a high sun protection factor (SPF of 25+). Even
sunscreens with a high SPF cannot offer complete protection from UV
- Even when using a sunscreen, you should not spend too long
in the sun with your baby. Each time the skin is burnt, this causes
long-term damage and must therefore be avoided!
- Excessive sunbathing presents a serious risk to health.
- Avoid contact with clothing – this product may cause stains.
- Avoid contact with eyes.
- After sunbathing wash off all sunscreen thoroughly.
care products can leave behind yellowish stains on textiles. These are
caused by the UVA light protection filters in the formulas. Stains
appear due to too much sunscreen being used and/or your clothes coming
into contact with your skin before the sunscreen has been completely
absorbed. However, stains can also appear later through sweating or when
Our tip for avoiding stains:
Leave the sunscreen to absorb completely before putting clothes on.
Do not wear any sensitive clothing/materials.
Our tip for removing stains:
stains are best removed by soaking the clothing in citric acid (e.g.
from a drugstore/pharmacy): Dissolve approx. 12 g of citric acid per
litre of warm water and leave the clothing to soak for approx. 24 hours.
Then wash according to the care instructions of the manufacturer(s).
Pre-treatment with citric acid dissolves the residue and completely
removes it in the wash.
The formation of stains has nothing to do with the quality of sanosan Sun Milk.
Tips for ideal sun protection