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Bioline Jatò launches new sun care line with exclusive 'Safe Sun' technology
08 May 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The seven-piece collection ffers triple protection against UVB, UVA and infrared rays

Italian skincare brand Bioline Jatò has launched Sundefense, a three step suncare system that is designed to help users obtain the perfect tan by preparing, protecting and rebalancing the skin before, during and after sun exposure.

The seven-piece collection is formulated with Bioline's Safe Sun Technology, an exclusive technology that offers triple protection against UVB, UVA and infrared (IR) rays. It consists of the Tan Activator, Sundefense SPF 30 and 50+ High Protection Face creams, Sundefense SPF 6, 15 and 30 Face and Body creams, and the Sundefense Aftersun.

The Tan Activator is a three-in-one soft gel that is designed to encourage the production of melanin for an even and long lasting tan, as well as reinforcing the skin's defense systems. It contains annatto oil and papaya extract.

The Sundefense SPF 30 and 50+ creams are designed to protect the skin from harmful UVA, UVB and IR rays, and counteract the signs of photoageing, including dark spots and wrinkles. The SPF 30 features a meltable, dry-touch formula and contains betaglucan and glycosaminoglycans. The SPF 50+ is formulated with hyaluronic acid and licorice extract, and is designed for fair and sensitive skin.

The Sundefense body protection is available in low, medium and high protection options. The SPF 6 is designed for darker skin tones and features a light, fast absorbing formula with vitamin E and panthenol. The SPF 15 offers medium protection and is designed for fair and more sensitive skin types. It contains ceramides and lycopene to protect the skin from photoageing. The SPF 30 is designed for extremely sensitive skin types and contains licorice extract.

The Aftersun is formulated with cupuacu butter and passion fruit. It features a refreshing complex that is designed to soften and refresh the skin, as well as reduce redness and moisturising the skin. It is suitable for all skin types.

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Dornbracht is a family-owned manufacturer of high-end faucets and spa systems and one of the few companies where production is entirely ‘Made in Germany’. Ninety per cent of Dornbracht’s suppliers are from Germany.

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