Helps keep UV rays out Adds Moisture back in

SEE HOW A UV CAMERA SHOWS WHAT THE SUN IS REALLY DOING TO OUR SKIN

NIVEA Sun cares for your skin in more ways than one, with broadspectrum sun protection in a formula that nourishes skin. Choose between SPF15, SPF30 or SPF50, the SPF number indicates that the sunscreen protects the skin x times longer against sun burning energy and long-term premature ageing than unprotected skin. For example SPF30 – increases your skins natural sunburn protection by 30 times. The NIVEA Sun Moisturising range combines NIVEA Sun's advanced protection expertise with all the care of NIVEA for soft, nourished, protected skin, because well cared for skin is less vulnerable to sun damage.

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NIVEA SUN PROTECT & MOISTURE SUNSCREEN CARES FOR YOUR SKIN IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE

NIVEA SUN Protect & Moisture Sunscreen Lotions cares for your skin in more ways than one, combining UV protection with moisturising care. Highly effective UVA & UVB filters shield the skin from sun damage and harmful UV rays. Plus, the moisturising sunscreen formula with Vitamin E and Panthenol, help keeps the skin hydrated for up to 24 hours.

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How much sunscreen to apply?

Many Australians apply too little sunscreen before heading outdoors. Knowing how to apply sunscreen is crucial for ensuring your skin is properly protected to help prevent sun damage.

  • Firstly make sure you apply your sunscreen 20 minutes before going into the sun.
  • Secondly, use approximately 7 NIVEA measuring spoons or 35ml for a full body application to adequately protect your body from sun damage.

Remember to reapply sunscreen lotion every two hours, and immediately after sweating, swimming and towel drying off.

*7 NIVEA teaspoon/35ml recommended for an average adult

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What is the difference between the skin on your face and the skin on your body?

Your facial skin is thinner and more delicate than the skin on the rest of your body. Whether at the beach or on overcast days your skin is constantly exposed to UV.

This means that your facial skin can be more sensitive, prone to dryness and irritation which is why it needs a lot of protection and care. Damaging UV rays can also cause…

  • decrease its elasticity
  • increase the formation of wrinkles
  • result in pigment disorders occurring, known as ‘age spots’
  • and increase the risk of skin cancer


NIVEA SUN UV Face SPF50 will protect facial skin at the beach and overcast days, so you can enjoy the sun’s rays without worrying.  

‘Always read the label. Use only as directed’.

UV Face campaign page link here