What we know from studies is that "the regression of Actinic Keratosis was observed in patients with AK's using DNA repairing photolyase in a sunscreen compared to sunscreen alone. That difference led to a 75% reduction in lesion count within 3 months."*
The fact is our sunscreens do more than most sunscreens.
But which of them is right for you?
All are made with stabilized UVA/UVB broad-spectrum actives 2 DNA repair enzymes, and an antioxidant complex. On top of that they are all oil-free, fragrance-free and Mineral+.
So, if you're thinking SILC SHEER 2.0 SPF 40 is the one, it's likely because you see its Universal Photo Finish Tint as most wanted daily and post procedure to mask imperfections.
Or if you're leaning towards EVERYDAY SPF 44, it's lightweight moisturizing activity that's the head-turner.
If full body defense is top of the list, reach for ACTIVE SPF 43.
* Berardesca E, Bertona M, Altabas K, Altabas V, Emanuele E., Reduced Ultraviolet-Induced DNA Damage and Apoptosis in Human Skin With Topical Application Of A Photolyase-Containing DNA Repair Enzyme Cream: Clues To Skin Cancer Prevention. Mol Med Rept. 2012;5(2):570–574.