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I’m sure most of us are aware of the benefits of a good SPF and the need to wear one daily. Despite the fact that British Summers aren’t exactly scorchers. We still need to ensure that our skin is protected from any sun damage, even on the coolest of overcast days.
And while most moisturisers now contain SPF 15 or even 20, it’s hard to find a great moisturise that contains a higher SPF that doesn’t dry your skin out. Which is why This Works In Transit Skin Defence SPF 45 is such a cult product. As not only is it a fab moisturiser, but it has the added benefit of containing an SPF 45 too!
It’s easy to see why this product has won so many awards. Not only is it enriched with antioxidants, but it also contains a broad spectrum of UVA/UVB protection. Meaning this moisturiser acts as the skin’s first line of defence. Combating the effects of pollution, sun damage and dehydration throughout the day.
It also contains hydrating Hyaluronic Acid and calming Vitamin E. Which helps reduce any symptoms of sensitive skin such as redness, swelling and itching. As well as evening the skin tone and concealing any imperfections in the process. And if that isn’t enough, it’s also non-greasy and just sinks into the skin. Leaving it feeling soft and incredibly nourished.
Plus the pump action also makes it really easy to apply, as you only need one pump or two to cover your face and neck. And having spent a few afternoons in the sunshine, I can confirm the SPF works! Normally, after a day in the sunshine, my skin has the tale tell signs of sun damage with a red nose and slightly pink forehead. But not with this moisturiser.
This Works In Transit Skin Defence SPF45 is £29. Find it here
What do you think of this award winning moisturiser? Do you like to use a combined moisturiser and SPF?
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