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SHILLS Whitening Sun Protect Cream SPF 50+★★★★★

SHILLS Whitening Sun Protect Cream SPF 50+★★★★★

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SHILLS  Whitening  Sun Protect Cream SPF 50+★★★★★

Want Sunscreen & Whitening both in one easy to get bottle?  Try the high coefficient sunscreen and whiting cream from SHILLS! Not only a daily maintenance and concealer, but also strong ultraviolet light protection. High coefficient, easy to wipe, non-sticky sunscreen cream with the use of the use of refraction of ultraviolet rays.  With Arbutin whitening ingredients, which can be effectively promote the formation of protective film on the skin, and achieve whitening effects.  Recommended for delicate skin types. 

Can slow down water loss, nourish deep tissue and skins elasticity.  Red algae with anti-aging function can slow down the skin aging process and achieve the effect of anti-wrinkle.

Directions: After cleansing, taking appropriate amount (with a sponge) and evenly applied to the face and neck.

Key Ingredients: Titanium dioxide, Jojoba oil, Arbutin, Morus alba extract, Red algae extract, Ammonium glycyrrhizinate, Vitamin E.

Volume: 50 ml

Important Notice. 

1.     Please store in shad and avoid direct sunlight and high temperatures. 

2.     Do not apply the products on the wound, swelling and skin abnormalities. 

3.     If showing signs of redness, inflammation or abnormalities, stop using immediately and contact your dermatologist. 

4.     For sensitive skin before use, apply to a small area without stimulation, re-use if no irritation occurs.

5.     Keep product in dry place away from direct sunlight.

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