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Sensitive Skin SPF50+

This gentle, but highly effective, sun cream is dermatologically tested for sensitive skin, fragrance free, AllergyCertified and vegan. It delivers up to 10 hours of very high braod spectrum protection which guards your skin from both UVA and UVB rays.  

What makes it unique

RIEMANN P20 SENSITIVE SKIN is a sun cream featuring our Triple Protection Technology, that provides up to 10 hours of protection, high water resistance and twice the EU’s required UVA protection. A gentle and fast-absorbing cream that is easy to apply and dermatologically tested for sensitive skin. A sunscreen for those who require the best protection for their sensitive skin.

UVB/SPF 50+ / Very high protection  –  UVA-PF above 30
Formulated without: Fragrance, Homosalate, Octocrylene

  • Protects up to 10 hours
    High durability for long-lasting protection
  • Highly water resistant
    Delivers a high protection after 4×20 minutes exposure to water
  • High-level UVA protection
    4-star UVA rating and a UVA protection factor above 30 helps prevent skin damage
  • Dermatologically tested for sensitive skin
    Tested and approved even on sensitive skin
  • Hypoallergenic
    An extra layer of safety and certainty for your sensitive skin
  • Broad-spectrum protection
    Protects against both UVA and UVB
  • EcoSun Pass Approved
    Formulated without UV-filters that are known to pose a threat to aquatic life – for a reduced environmental impact
  • AllergyCertified
    Ingredients carefully selected and screened for potential allergens and endocrine disruptors
  • Easy to apply
    A gentle fast-absorbing formula that is easy to apply for an optimal usage
  • Certified Vegan
    Formulated without any animal-derived ingrediens
Product authenticity

Tried and tested on real consumers

  • 98% agree they like the fell of the product on their skin
  • 95% agree that the product is quickly absorbed
  • 100% agree that the product was gentle on the skin
  • 96% agree that the product left no marks on their clothing

Riemann P20 Sensitive Skin SPF50+ the ideal sun protection for your sensitive skin.

Our Promise

Though on the sun, gentle on the skin

Today, more and more consumers consider themselves to have sensitive skin and are looking for sunscreens that are hypoallergenic and gentle, but also provide category-leading protection. With RIEMANN P20 SENSITIVE SKIN you get the best of both worlds. We provide you with a hypoallergenic sunscreen that is gentle and fast-absorbing and has been dermatologically tested for sensitive skin. Still this gentle formula gives you our Triple Protection Technology that provides you with high-level UVA protection, high water resistance and protects you for up to 10 hours. This means that you don’t have to compromise on protecting yourself from the sun because you choose a gentler product for your sensitive skin.

Protection without compromise.

APPLICATION

How to protect yourself

Always remember to apply liberally to entire body. It is recommended to use at least 40ml of sun protection per application to deliver the optimal protection. Applying too little sun protection will significantly reduce the level of protection. Always reapply after excessive sweating or towel drying. Don’t stay too long in the sun and make sure to take breaks from the sun. Remember to let the product absorb and dry before going out into the sun.

Because enjoying life, should be the only thing on your mind.

STAY SAFE IN THE SUN

Whether at work or at play, spending time outdoors feels great and can be good for you – as long as you protect yourself. In addition to using sunscreen, always take these simple precautions when you spend time in the sun.   

1 SEEK SHADE BETWEEN 11 AM AND 3 PM
Stay out of the sun between the hours of 11am and 3pm when the intensity of the sun’s rays is strongest. Do not stay in the sun too long even when using sun protection. Remember that sand, water and snow reflects and amplifies the UV rays from the sun.

2 WEAR LIGHT CLOTHING AND SUNGLASSES
You can protect yourself with light clothing, a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses.


3 USE ENOUGH SUNSCREEN
Always remember to apply enough sunscreen to achieve the protection stated on the product. An adult should use appr. 30-40 ml or a good handful for a full body coverage and about 20 ml for a child. It fits fairly well with a 100 ml sunscreen equivalent to 2-3 applications per adult. If you apply less sunscreen, the sun protection factor and protection will decrease significantly.

4 KEEP CHILDREN OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT
Never expose babies and young children to direct sunlight. Children should have extra protection against the ultraviolet rays. Use sunscreens with high sun protection factors, light clothes and a sunhat. Good sun habits as a child can reduce the risk for sunburned skin, skin damages and skin cancer later in life.

5 LIMIT SUN EXPOSURE
Pay attention not to exceed sun exposure for longer than your skin type allows.

6 IF ALREADY BURNT, STAY OUT OF THE SUN
If you Are already burnt, stay out of the sun. Do not apply P20 to broken or sun-scorched skin.

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Original Face SPF30

This light sun cream deliveres our Triple Protection Technology for the delicate skin on the face. It gives you up to 10 hours of protection, has a high-level of UVA protection and is highly water resistant – making this product ideal for protecting your face from UV-induced skin damage.

Original Lotion SPF20

With RIEMANN P20 LOTION SPF20 you get our high-performance protection in a lightweight transparant gel. This unique formulation provides you with up to 10 hours of protection, high-level UVA, and is sweat and highly water resistant – giving you the ultimate protection for your active life.

Original Spray SPF50+

The improved ORIGINAL formula has the same high performing protection but has been ecologically improved to only contain ingredients which are not known to be harmful for the coral reefs and marine environment – Respecting Ocean Life. The new formulation has also been AllergyCertified – minimizing the risk of developing allergies.

Something new under the sun

Travelling abroad

It’s not the destination itself that decides how much sunscreen you should use when traveling abroad – it’s much more the elements and nature of the earth, that control how to protect your skin from the harmful rays of the sun. You can just as easily get sunburns and damaged skin at your next skiingtrip, as you can at the beach in Thailand. In short, if you are travelling near equator or at high altitudes, you are at an increased risk of the sun’s harmful UV rays.

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Chemical vs. mineral sunscreens

There is a plot going on! A mean plot and comparison against mineral and physical sunscreens. And to be fair, it doesn’t really make sense as they are completely different products. Neither are better or worse than the other as they do the exact same thing – protecting your skin! It’s like comparing a P20 spray to a P20 lotion; same idea, different execution. It’s a search for the one that a better fit for your skin rather than a debate.

The main difference, however, is their ingredients. Mineral sun protection contains titanium dioxide and zinc oxide whilst chemical sun protection includes organic and more active ingredients.

So, which one is better for you? Well, that depends on what you prefer. To help you tick off your box, we’ve put together a list of each characteristic for chemical and mineral sun protection:

Mineral
• Typically, thicker in texture
• Non-cosmetic tint that might leave a white cast on the skin
• Do not penetrate below the top layers of the skin and increases the risk of the SPF being rubbed off
• Inorganic ingredients: zinc oxide and titanium dioxide

Chemical
• Typically, lighter in texture
• Invisible formulas that leave no white cast on the skin
• Penetrates the top layers of the skin and makes it more resistant to skin friction
• Organic ingredients

Something new under the sun

Inside on a rainy day

Picture this; A rainy day, you’re off work and the only reasonable thing to do, is spend the day on the couch with your favorite comfort food binging your favorite show on Netflix. Doesn’t that sound like a perfectly relaxing day? However, when daylight gets a little shorter and the air a little colder, sun protection tends to fall quite low on your daily bucket list of skin care priorities. And do we, quite frankly, need a skin protector if the day only offers a movie marathon? The answer is YES!

Though you may not need the heavy stuff like SPF 50, you want a broad-spectrum protection (UVA and UVB) due to UV rays passing through your window. That my friend, causes hyperpigmentation and premature ageing to your skin, which is the main reason why you need to protect yourself – even when the day is lazy.

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Rain or shine

There is a common misconception that you only need sun protection when you’re chasing the sun on hot summer days. However, most skin damage, like wrinkles, premature ageing and redness happens every day all year due to harmful UVA rays. That means that your skin is damaged over a lifetime whether you burn or not, and it is important to stay protected every day.

 

But what if I wake up to a grey, cloudy, and windy day – you know, that kind of day, where you wear many layers of clothing to keep warm. Yes, my friend – even when you can’t see or feel the sun, it is always there. In fact, up to 80% of the sun’s rays can pass through clouds and cause skin damage – and worst of all passes through windows of your house or car. So, rain or shine – make sure to always stay protected.

Something new under the sun

Sun protection and Vitamin D

You know that we are supposed to get our vital Vitamin D from the ray of the sun – and you also know that we must use sunscreen to protect us from the ray of the sun. It sounds like a classic contradiction, right? How are we supposed to get our daily dose of Vitamin D, if we block it with sun protection?

You only need 10 minutes in the sun to obtain the right amount of Vitamin D and that doesn’t necessarily means lying face up in the sun, but rather that you spend time outside walking to the office, gardening, exercising etc. No sun protection blocks 100% of the rays, so it all adds up.

Something new under the sun

Make-up and skin care with SPF

You might have noticed that makeup and sun protection no longer is two separate concepts. There is a wonderful world of make-up with SPF out there, like moisturizers, foundations and even powders – but before you get ahead of yourself and think that you can skip sun protection just by applying your daily makeup routine, we must stop you. Makeup with SPF can’t replace regular, daily sun protection – and it shouldn’t. Why, you ask? Because the amount of makeup you apply to your skin is minimal and does not stand a chance to getting you the full SPF number your skin needs. That’s not to say that you get a little more protection with SPF makeup, but it is not strong enough to protect you on its own.

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Pregnancy and skin

We will be the first to admit that the list of things that are off limits during pregnancy is endlessly long. For nine months you must skip all the good stuff like sushi, coffee, and alcohol – but we promise you, that it’s all worth it in the end. The list also includes a variety of skincare products. But make no mistake, you absolutely must use sun protection while you’re both pregnant and breastfeeding. You might have your own favorite, but the most important aspect is that you use a broad-spectrum sun cream which offers protection against UVA and UVB rays with a SPF of 30 or higher.

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Children in the sun

As a parent it’s a daily task to take precautions to protect your sweethearts – especially from the sun. The best advice is to keep children out of direct sunlight as studies shows that most of the sun damage suffered by our skin occurs before the age of 20.

But to prevent your toddler to play outside in the sun completely is just cruel. Therefore, it’s important to teach your children from an early age how to protect themselves in the sun – and hopefully it will help them develop good habits that can last a lifetime. Try to make the application more fun by getting creative. Here is a tip: Make them guess the picture you are drawing as you squeeze the sun cream onto their skin and tell them they can help ‘rub it out’. Or do a ‘Join the dots with the sun cream, letting them spread the cream from one dot to another.

However, sunscreen application is best avoided in infants less than 6 months as babies have a higher surface-area to body-weight ratio compared with older children, which can lead to a greater risk of an unwanted allergic reaction.