Review: Summer Skin Care Essentials – skinChemists launch SPF range

Leading skin care specialists, skinChemists have launched a new range of skin care essentials in its recently launched Youth Series range.   

Two new multifunctional SPF moisturisers have been developed, all designed to help not only protect your skin this summer, but also leave it feeling super hydrated and help you beat wrinkles as you enjoy some summer sun.  

Each cream is specially focused on the SPF points, offering long lasting protection from harmful UV Rays, whilst also keeping wrinkles at bay. After all we all know the sun can cause wrinkles, and this one-of-a-kind day cream ensures that your skin stays both wrinkle free and sun damage free.  

Whether going on holiday, or enjoying the current British heatwave, a good SPF isn’t just part of a skin care regime, it should be the one key part, even on cloudy days; which is more often than not in the UK.  

Made with mineral filters and chemical filters to literally freeze wrinkles and aid in protecting against the broad solar spectrum.  This magical combination not only protects against UVB radiation, which causes us to burn, but against the entire ultraviolet spectrum – against visible light including blue and infrared light. All of which can cause premature ageing of the skin, erythema and even skin cancer.  

As experts in skincare, skinChemists know that good skin care comes from years of experience and is rooted in science. The brand is committed to delivering real results, hailing from founder Richard Walker’s own father, who developed one of the first results driven moisturiser in the 1960’s.  

Fast forward to 2022 and Richard has developed an SPF, years in the making, to offer a cream that is multifunctional and works.  

Unlike other SPFs, that often leave white marks upon application or have a heavy SPF smell, this day cream is unscented and leaves no residue making it suitable for all skin tones.  

My skin is quite delicate and I burn easily in the summer, so I have been using the SPF 50 Sun Protection Day Cream everyday. It is heavier than my normal day cream, but it does absorb quicker and doesn’t irritate my sensitive skin.

We have spent a lot of time out in the sun over the holiday’s and it has worked brilliantly. We still need UV protection in Autumn and Winter, so I will continue using the SPF 30 Sun Protection Day Cream during the cooler weather.

The Youth Series Wrinkle Killer, SPF 30 Sun Protection Day Cream has an RRP of £24.99 and the Youth Series Wrinkle Killer, SPF 50 Sun Protection Day Cream has an RRP £34.99 and is available at – use discount code Mamma15 for 15% off.

Disclaimer: I was sent a sample of SPF 50 Sun Protection Day Cream and SPF 30 Sun Protection Day Cream for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are my own

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