Soleil Toujours is defined as exceptional sun protection that rejuvenates and replenishes, and we could not agree more.
Valerie McMurray founder and CEO of Soleil Toujours is on a mission - "I want to revolutionise the way we think about sunscreen. Infusing modern glamour into exceptional, high-quality products that validate a healthy, discerning lifestyle." But other than the chic packaging and an art deco font choice, is there substance to the product that is both safe and organic.
What is the difference with Soleil Toujours ?
Well, it claims to have "cutting-edge formulations "and a mineral-based sun protection laced with advanced antioxidant, anti-aging beautifying solutions. But what does that mouthful actually mean? We tried to identify what makes this sunscreen unique and part of the answer lies in its 3 way defence system;
The mineral-based sunscreen creates a powerful shield against the sun, the leading cause of premature aging and skin disease.
The proprietary Eco-Sun Complex is a researched fusion of advanced antioxidants that nourish and enrich the deeper layers your skin.
The anti-aging ingredients work to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, boost collagen production, and even skin tone.
Eco-Sun Complex, Sounds like marketing?
Actually its not, it is the secret weapon found in all Soleil Toujours products. And it is comprised of four key components;
A natural source of the antioxidant astaxanthin, red algae assist the skin to defend against environmental damage and increase moisture-retention, creating a fresh and dewy complexion.
Oil-soluble and stable form of vitamin C is that absorbs into the skin, delivering antioxidant protection that promotes an even skin tone.
The ultimate antioxidants, Vitamin E is vital in protecting skin cells from ultra violet light, pollution, and other elements that produce cell-damaging free radicals. It also has the ability to regulate vitamin A in the body, which itself is important for healthy skin.
A powerful extract from chamomile, this valuable skin soother calms and moisturises the skin.
All of the above work in harmony to protect the skin from destructive effects of free radicals. These can damage the DNA of your skin cells, which in turn destroys both the collagen and elastin, that provide tautness and elasticity.
Still not convinced, why don't you read about the effects of mineral vs chemical sunscreen here...