The most comprehensive protection by ISDIN

Our photoprotectors use Full Spectrum technology thanks to a combination of ingredients that protect against ultraviolet, visible blue and infrared A radiation

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PROTECTION AGAINST UVB/UVA LIGHT

Our photoprotectors use a mixture of filters that guarantee protection against UVB/UVA radiation and each product has an SPF and UVA value.

PROTECTION AGAINST VISIBLE LIGHT

We add specific inorganic filters that reflect visible light, preventing absorption by the skin.

PROTECTION AGAINST INFRARED LIGHT

Thanks to the composition of the aqueous, lipophilic and antioxidant phase of our photoprotectors, we are able to decrease transmission of infrared A radiation to the skin.



How do we cover the entire solar spectrum at ISDN?

Our photoprotectors use Full Spectrum technology thanks to a combination of ingredients that protect against ultraviolet, visible blue and infrared A radiation.

ORGANIC FILTERS

They are comprised of synthetic molecules that penetrate the skin and effectively absorb the photons of UVB/UVA radiation to prevent burning and future issues such as spots or photo-ageing. As they are absorbed by the skin, they are more resistant to water and friction.

INORGANIC FILTERS

Mineral powders (zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, etc.) that reflect radiation as a mirror without penetrating the skin. Even the most sensitive skins tolerate them well and their action scope is wider as they protect against UVB and UVA radiation and visible light.

ANTIOXIDANTS

As protection against IRA solar radiation and free radicals we include antioxidants in our photoprotectors, although we suggest avoiding exposure to this radiation from artificial sources to prevent future lesions.

We offer comprehensive photoprotection

All the ingredients that comprise our filters are processed to create both topical and oral photoprotectors that meet your needs and protect you properly

TOPICAL PHOTOPROTECTORS

Cosmetic products with substances that protect the skin from the sun. Their composition protects from burning and long-term lesions (allergies, spots, ageing). They can be comprised of mineral, chemical and/or combined filters.

ORAL PHOTOPROTECTORS

SunISDIN is a food supplement that helps prepare the skin for sun exposure thanks to VitAox Ultra. Its combination of ingredients promotes protection of skin cells against oxidative damage, an effective immune system and healthier skin.

All solar rays affect us in one way or another. Small radiation doses are beneficial and essential, but extended exposure may cause harmful effects on your skin, eyes and immune system.

ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION

Acute effects are sunburns and tanning. Chronic effects are premature skin ageing and skin cancer.

VISIBLE LIGHT

This region of the spectrum is the light perceived by the human eye. Excessive exposure to it may lead to erythema (burning) and pigmentation issues.

INFRARED RADIATION

It exerts a thermal effect on the deeper layers of the skin and in the long term it may cause skin problems even without causing burns.

ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION

This radiation generates vitamin D, responsible for strengthening our bones and absorbing calcium. This makes it essential for growth and health. However, it is also harmful because it affects our skin on many levels, so appropriate protection is indispensable.



UVA RAYS

We receive almost all of them because the atmosphere does not filter them effectively. They penetrate the dermis and, in the long term, they can be carcinogenic and cause spots, allergies and premature photoageing.

UVB RAYS

The atmosphere blocks them and only allows 10% to pass through. They are harmful because they reach the epidermis, causing sunburn and melanoma, and other skin cancers if we don't use protection.

UVC RAYS

Very powerful and harmful rays, but the ozone layer and oxygen completely block them so they never reach the surface of the earth.

VISIBLE SPECTRUM

This spectrum is the light we can see and creates the different colours. Although this radiation has not been studied as thoroughly as the others, it has been shown that it can cause erythema and pigmentation issues.

INFRARED RADIATION

A low-energy radiation that transmits heat and penetrates the deepest layers of the skin. This is a type of light that, at certain intensities, can even have therapeutic effects.

However, it also presents harmful effects on the skin such as premature ageing.

Thankfully, we have an atmosphere made of elements such as steam, ozone, oxygen and carbon dioxide. The atmosphere absorbs most of this radiation and only lets UVA light and some UVB radiation reach us; but there are some factors that influence their concentration.

POSITION OF THE SUN

When the sun is in its highest point in the sky, more radiation reaches the Earth. You should avoid exposure to sunlight during the central hours of the day

LATITUDE

The closer to the Equator, the more solar radiation, and thus exposure and risk.

CLOUDS

The effects of the sun are more intense if there are no clouds, but they only block 10% of radiation.

ALTITUDE

UV radiation increases by 4% every 300 meters.

OZONE

The ozone concentration varies throughout the year and even the day, so the protection it provides also changes.

REFLECTION

Certain surfaces reflect radiation more than others. Some of the most reflective surfaces are snow (80%), sand (25%), grass (25-15%) and water (20%).

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