Riyo Herbs Launched SPF 50 Sun Protection Spray – Cream

SPF 50 Sun Protection Spray  Cream

(Spin Digit Editorial):- Ambala, Haryana Nov 2, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Riyo Herbs launches special sprays and creams to protect skin from harmful UV rays and also improve the health of the skin. The sun protection SPF 50 is a specially designed formula suitable for all types of skin. This lightweight and non-greasy SPF 50 is naturally extracted from cucumber, jojoba oil, aloe vera, and saffron that making it even more suitable for acne-prone skin.

Let’s have a look at the two main launching products by Riyo Herbs

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Sun Protection Cream SPF 50:

The Sun Protection Cream is one of the most loved creams ever to protect your skin from the UVA and UVB sun rays. Extracted from natural elements like aloe vera, jojoba oil, and cucumber that makes it is perfect for sensitive skin. Applying sun protection cream on a routine to avoid skin damage and tanning due to harmful UV rays. The Riyo Herbs cram comes with the instruction guides prepared by the skin specialists to make sure that the cream works efficiently. Well, one can apply the lotion after swimming or exercising.

Sun Protection Spray SPF 50:

Riyo Herbs sun protection spray SPF 50 is a lightweight and non-greasy formula that keeps your skin protected from harmful sun rays. Extracted from carrot oil, vitamin E, watermelon, and more help to protect skin from sun damages. Being non-patch, sticky and oily, the formula spreads all over your skin and becomes a protector of your skin from UV rays. As it is easier to apply on your skin after makeup. When exposed to the sun for a longer time, it is better to spray it after 2-3 hours on all your face & body.

About Riyo Herbs:

Riyo Herbs bring the international concept for all kinds of skin types to improve your skin beauty and protect you from harmful sun rays. Our core vision is to redefine the look in a modern way.

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