Dermalogica Extra Rich Faceblock is an ultra-emollient, nourishing moisturiser and superior sunscreen in one formula. Powerful peptides help stimulate collagen for improved tone while our Skin Smoothing Complex helps retexturise skin. Evening Primrose and other plant oils replenish and increase skin’s natural defence barrier. Chemical and physical sunscreens protect against UVA & UVB rays without drying skin.
- Uses the latest sunscreen technology to protect against UVA and UVB photodamage.
- A nourishing, emollient cream that protects and repairs skin from UV-induced damage with peptides, vitamins and botanical extracts.
- Skin smoothing agents help retexturize skin while intense hydrators moisturise.
Dermalogica Extra Rich Faceblock is part of the Dermalogica Solar Defence System range of products.
Our Usual Price: £27.45
Our Offer Price: £24.45
Offer Start Date: 23/06/2010
Offer End Date: 29/06/2010
Most of us enjoy a bit of sunbathing, although it can be all too easy to get a little addicted to basking in the sun’s glorious rays- which is never good for the state of the skin. Apart from the obvious health problems that sun exposure can cause i.e. skin cancer, you could also run the risk of causing skin pigmentation.
In today’s society, many people associate a ‘healthy glow’ with attractiveness, and whilst a tan may make you look and feel fantastic in the short term, skin pigmentation is just one of its long lasting effects- which could end up having the opposite effect on your confidence.
Generally, skin pigmentation takes its time to show, and although your days of tanning may have long gone, you could find yourself greeted with skin pigmentation in years to come.
Skin pigmentation caused by sun damage can appear as small spots or larger areas of discolouration, which are generally a tan/ brown colour, and can be very visible- particularly on lighter skin.
If you enjoyed the sun a little too much in the past, and have now been graced with skin pigmentation, Dermalogica have a great line of products which are designed to tackle the condition.
Dermalogica C-12 Concentrate is amazing for tackling pigmentation on smaller areas such as the face, and in addition to treating discoloured skin, it also intensely hydrates and conditions- giving your skin some long-awaited TLC.
Dry skin can be a pain to control at the best of times, and during extreme cold and extreme heat, the task can be even more taxing and time-consuming.
Now that we are in the summer months and the majority of the UK has already experienced some hot, sunny weather, there really is no time like the present to start thinking about how best to keep drier skin under control.
It goes without saying that you really do need to keep yourself hydrated- which means drinking plenty of water throughout the day. In addition to this, you also need to ensure that you’re using a moisturiser that both nourishes and protects your skin.
During cooler months, those with dry and prematurely ageing skin commonly opt for a moisturiser with a richer formulation, although if they aren’t designed for use in the summer, these moisturisers can feel a little heavy, so you should opt for a product which has been specially formulated for use during warmer weather.
Step forward Dermalogica Extra Rich Faceblock, which is a fantastic moisturiser that nourishes whilst it shields skin against the sun’s harmful rays.
You don’t have to worry about greasy residue either, as Dermalogica Extra Rich Faceblock absorbs into the skin effortlessly- making it the must have skincare product of the summer for those with dry or prematurely ageing skin.
Waking up in the morning to find that we’ve been graced with the presence of an unsightly spot is certainly not the ideal way to get any day off to the best start, particularly at the weekend when we’re looking forward to getting dolled up for a night on the town.
Although there are some fantastic foundations and cover up sticks on the market today, it’s always best to try and stop spots from appearing in the first place.
A proper skin care regime undoubtedly plays a huge part in keeping skin looking its best, and when you’re sleeping is the perfect time to give your skin time to breathe and rejuvenate.
Cleansing skin thoroughly before turning in for the night gives your skin the best start possible, although you do also need to invest in a night cream.
Choosing a nourishing moisturiser which will work its magic whilst you get those much needed zzz’s will put you on the right track to waking up to amazing skin.
Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream is great for use as a night cream for those whose skin is feeling a little dry and in need of a pick me up.
So let Dermalogica do the hard work whilst you are firmly in Dreamland!
As far as sun protection is concerned, many people focus on protecting their face, and fail to recognise the significance of protecting the rest of their body. Whilst there’s no doubt that it’s vital to shield the face against the sun’s rays, when sunbathing or wearing minimal clothing you also need to ensure that you pay the same amount of attention to shielding your body.
Most sunscreens are most effective when applied around 30 minutes prior to sun exposure, although this can vary from product to product. If you are planning on exercising or taking a dip in the pool, it’s always a good idea to pop your sunscreen into your bag and take it out with you so that you can reapply it when you need to.
The sun is notorious for really drying out the skin, so invest in a sunscreen which not only guards against UVA and UVB sunlight, but which also hydrates the skin simultaneously.
Dermalogica Multivitamin Bodyblock is the perfect way to protect your body on those hot summers days, and is particularly popular due to its ability to effectively shield skin whilst intensely nourishing and helping to combat the effects of previous sun damage. Unlike many sunscreens, you don’t have to worry about skin feel greasy and sticky all day, as this product sinks into the skin effortlessly.
Keep skin looking amazing all summer long with a little helping hand from Dermalogica.