Bunting says: The formulation is oil-free and oil-absorbing making it ideal for summer skin.
Even if you don’t normally have oily skin, the hot weather can make you sweat and look shiny.
‘A great number of cases of malignant melanoma are caused by childhood burning under the age of 10, Wearing loose, opaque clothing; avoiding the midday sun and wearing a high SPF is the best way to prevent this occurring. Prof Hawk says: The mousse has a high SPF with a four star UVA rating, is easy to rub in and I imagine it would soak into nooks and crannies easily.
Children would find it fun using the product too which would make application easier.
Hyper Bright complex contains mint and maize extract, which helps prevent the development of age spots by reducing the over-production of melanin in response to sun exposure.
The essential thing to do if trying to prevent skin damage is to avoid the sun.’ Dr.
Prof Hawk says: ‘The lotion goes on easily and has a very high SPF.
The bright colour makes it easy to see where it has been applied too - ideal if children are applying it themselves during a school trip for example.
Over time small blood vessels can become visible and in the most severe cases skin can thicken and swell.
It is not known what causes the condition although blood vessel abnormalities and an overgrowth of bacteria in the gut has been suggested as a reason.
It also contains Vitamin E, an antioxidant and humectant (water-attracting) and Vitamin B5 for non-greasy moisturisation.