Bioderma Photoderm MAX SPF50+ Aquafluid

Bioderma Aquafluid
  • Very high sun protection with a fluid texture, as light as water, with a dry touch finish
  • Suitable for all skin types, even combination to oily skin
  • Skin that is sensitive or intolerant to all types of sunlight
  • Very fair skin with freckles
  • Skin exposed to maximum sunlight

Available in transparent, as well as tinted.

Price: R219.95
Availability: Selected Clicks & Dis-Chem stores, independent pharmacies, dermatologists and online


2 Responses

  1. This is the only sunscreen out of the dozens I have tried that does not break me out, and protects my ultra-sensitive skin from the sun. It leaves no white cast and is very light, and does not irritate my face. I have used it daily for months. My only complaint is that it is seriously shiny, but that is fixable with a dusting of translucent powder. I am on my second bottle and hope Bioderma never discontinues this wonderful product.

  2. Already a massive fan of Bioderma sunscreen, this is my newest favourite. It’s very similar to the original Dry Touch Fluid, but – and this is my favourite part – it’s tinted! So on days where I don’t feel like wearing a full face of foundation, I use this instead, and get light coverage with a pretty glow and full protection. It’s nice and runny so it spreads beautifully and doesn’t leave a thick residue on the skin. It has a neutral scent which I love, and the texture is lovely and light. This is my number one product for summer!

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