03 May 2022

What Is the Best Shield for Your Skin?

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Its main goal is to protect us from ultraviolet radiation, avoiding sunburn, premature aging, pigmentation and even some types of cancer.

The sun is undeniably a source of energy and life, helps in the synthesis of Vitamin D, has an antidepressant action, but enjoy it responsibly!

Martiderm has recently launched a range of photoprotectors that includes the Photo-Active Shield Tech technology.

Suncare active
An exclusive combination of solar filters and other ingredients, which has the exceptional property of activating itself with solar radiation, increasing its SPF value.

We have 4 presentations namely: Active [D] fluido 50+ and Active [D] fluido 30+, both with fluid textures, broad spectrum protection: outdoor and indoor radiation. This broad spectrum combines filters that protect from ultraviolet radiation, blue light and infrared and enriched with vitamin D, which aids in skin restoration.


Mineral [D] Fluido 50+, defend boost: this formula contains only physical filters designed for sensitive skin, children over 3 years old, skin with high pigmentation or other associated pathology. Formulated with prebiotics, which help maintain the balance of the skin microbiota and increase the skin's natural defenses. A formula that is also broad spectrum, combination of mineral filters and fragrance-free, generate a white ''film'' very residual and with excellent extensibility.

And finally, Bronze [D] fluido 30+, the Tan Boost, which is a tan enhancer that helps promote melanin synthesis and naturally increases the skin's natural defense.

Martiderm's Sun Care formula, is based on a few premises:

  • More sustainable for seas and oceans,
  • Water resistance, it incorporated a polymer that in contact with water, avoids its dilution and thus maintains the degree of protection of the product
  • Ophthalmologic control, thought for more sensitive eyes, outdoor sportsmen...


As with all sunscreens, it should be applied every 2 hours and of course avoid the most critical hours of sun exposure.

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