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A better life for sensitive skin.

Brazilian inspiration

In Brazil, sun care products are put to a severe test by a very sunny climate and high humidity. Dermatologists and their patients are constantly looking for effective sun protection which is adapted to daily use, easy and pleasant to apply, without an oily feel, stickiness or shine.

A revolutionary "dry touch" texture

ANTHELIOS XL Lightweight Lotion SPF 60* has a texture which represents a radical innovation in dermocosmetic suncare. It is immediately absorbed into skin and leaves no shine or white marks. This surprising ultra-dry finish is a real advantage when skin perspires and tends to shine, and the matte effect encourages repeat applications.

*Also exists in SPF 30

A carefully built formula

"Dry touch" virtuosity is expressed at each step in formulation.
  • An innovative sugar-derived polymer ensures the formula’s imperceptible finish.
  • An ingenious blend of anti-shine powders guarantees an ultra-dry finish
  • Contains zinc gluconate to help control sebum production.

And as ever, the best of ANTHELIOS XL protection

Specialized in the most sensitive skin, La Roche-Posay laboratories are especially rigorous when it comes to sun protection and tolerance. ANTHELIOS XL Lightweight Lotion SPF 60 is empowered with the patented Mexoryl®  filter system, which guarantees very high UVA-UVB protection and offers optimal tolerance for sensitive or sun-allergy-prone skin.
  • SPF 60 very high protection against sunburn, principally caused by UVB rays.
  • UVA protection reinforced with PPD 31 to combat UVA rays, the main causes of sun intolerance or premature aging.
  • A photostable formula and a very water-resistant texture.
  • A strict formulation charter, tested under dermatological control.
  • Efficacy verified by 19 clinical studies.
*Sensitive skin or skin subject to sun intolerance, commonly known as sun allergy.