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Sunscreen Spray SPF50 UVA+ UVB PA+++

170 gm
- 25.04%
₹524.00/-
₹699.00
Save ₹175.00
Incl. of all taxes
Earn Glowpoints: 26
100 gm
- 24.89%
₹338.00/-
₹450.00
Save ₹112.00
Incl. of all taxes
Earn Glowpoints: 17

Total:
₹524.00/-₹699.00/-

100% Ayurvedic
Formulated by Doctors
Suitable for complete family
Vegan

India's first Sunscreen Spray with rice bran oil.

 

Benefits –

  • SPF 50 PA +++, Broad Spectrum UVA + UVB Protection
  • 80 minutes Water Resistant
  • Easy application & Convenient Sunscreen Spray
  • Non-greasy & light feel
  • No white cast
  • Prevents Sunburn
  • Prevents early skin ageing caused by sun
     

Features-

  • Silicone & Paraben Free
  • Non Comedogenic ingredients
  • CFC free
  • Ozone Friendly
  • Cruelty free
  • Reef Friendly

Key Ingredients

Rice Bran Oil

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Sunscreen spray is a type of sunscreen that can be sprayed directly onto the skin. It provides protection against the sun's harmful rays.

Sunscreen spray contains a combination of ingredients that work together to block or absorb the sun's UV (ultraviolet) rays. Some common ingredients in Sunscreen spray include avobenzone, and octocrylene. the best part of moha: sunscreen spray is, it is packed with the goodness of rice bran oil. Rice bran oil is rich anti- oxidant which helps reduce risk of skin cancer. It also has excellent stability upon exposure to sunlight giving a glossy finish to overall look.

Yes, Sunscreen spray is generally safe to use. However, like any product, it's important to follow the instructions on the label and avoid getting Sunscreen spray in your eyes or mouth.

You should apply Sunscreen spray at least every two hours, or more often if you're sweating or swimming.

Yes, you can use Sunscreen spray on your face. Just be careful to avoid getting it in your eyes, mouth, or nose.

Sunscreen spray can sometimes leave a residue on clothing, so it's best to let it dry completely before putting on clothes.

Yes, you can use sunscreen spray on your kids who are above 10 years, avoid spraying it directly onto their face.

DOs: Hold the container 4-6 inches away from the body, spray generously and evenly. Make sure you apply 15 mins before you step out of sun. Rub it in after spraying. DONTs: Apply in windy locations. Apply near open flames Spray directly on face—instead, spray into your hand and gently rub it in.
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Sunscreen Spray SPF50 UVA+ UVB PA+++

170 gm
- 25.04%
₹524.00/-
₹699.00
Save ₹175.00
Incl. of all taxes
Earn Glowpoints: 26
100 gm
- 24.89%
₹338.00/-
₹450.00
Save ₹112.00
Incl. of all taxes
Earn Glowpoints: 17

Total:
₹524.00/-₹699.00/-

100% Ayurvedic
Formulated by Doctors
Suitable for complete family
Vegan

India's first Sunscreen Spray with rice bran oil.

 

Benefits –

  • SPF 50 PA +++, Broad Spectrum UVA + UVB Protection
  • 80 minutes Water Resistant
  • Easy application & Convenient Sunscreen Spray
  • Non-greasy & light feel
  • No white cast
  • Prevents Sunburn
  • Prevents early skin ageing caused by sun
     

Features-

  • Silicone & Paraben Free
  • Non Comedogenic ingredients
  • CFC free
  • Ozone Friendly
  • Cruelty free
  • Reef Friendly

Customer Reviews

0.0
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4 star
3 star
2 star
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Have questions? We have got the answers

Sunscreen spray is a type of sunscreen that can be sprayed directly onto the skin. It provides protection against the sun's harmful rays.

Sunscreen spray contains a combination of ingredients that work together to block or absorb the sun's UV (ultraviolet) rays. Some common ingredients in Sunscreen spray include avobenzone, and octocrylene. the best part of moha: sunscreen spray is, it is packed with the goodness of rice bran oil. Rice bran oil is rich anti- oxidant which helps reduce risk of skin cancer. It also has excellent stability upon exposure to sunlight giving a glossy finish to overall look.

Yes, Sunscreen spray is generally safe to use. However, like any product, it's important to follow the instructions on the label and avoid getting Sunscreen spray in your eyes or mouth.

You should apply Sunscreen spray at least every two hours, or more often if you're sweating or swimming.

Yes, you can use Sunscreen spray on your face. Just be careful to avoid getting it in your eyes, mouth, or nose.

Sunscreen spray can sometimes leave a residue on clothing, so it's best to let it dry completely before putting on clothes.

Yes, you can use sunscreen spray on your kids who are above 10 years, avoid spraying it directly onto their face.

DOs: Hold the container 4-6 inches away from the body, spray generously and evenly. Make sure you apply 15 mins before you step out of sun. Rub it in after spraying. DONTs: Apply in windy locations. Apply near open flames Spray directly on face—instead, spray into your hand and gently rub it in.