Sun Drops – Liquid Drop Formulation

High SPF Value Sunscreen
(Incl. of all taxes) 999.00MRP:

Introducing the newest range of sun protection – Sundrops now available in liquid formulation to blend perfectly into your skin

  • Combination of natural, mineral and chemical sunscreen agents
  • Lightweight SPF 50 protection
  • Non greasy formula
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  • Protect against sunburn and blotchy skin
  • Easy to apply and more benefit targeted sunscreen
  • Safe on the skin while preventing skin irritation and rashes
  • Helps the skin on a cellular level for lasting results
  • Shields from harmful UV rays and prevents tanning
  • Our water-based sunscreen is made with a certified blend of chemical and natural ingredients to give you the best in skincare for all your outdoor skin needs.
  • Sunscreen for dry skin protects your skin from oxidative damage while providing a smooth and glistening subtle tanned look.
  • The zinc oxide and titanium dioxide work together to form a protective barrier against rashes and act as a sunscreen's UV filtering ingredient.
  • The natural oils present in the sunscreen help provide a pleasant yet subtle aroma to the cream along with its anti-acne and anti-aging properties
  • The Liquid drop formulation base acts tough in blocking the radiation of the sun while being gentle enough to be applied even on sensitive skin.
Avobenzon, Benzophenon 3, Coconut Oil, D-Panthenol, Hyaluronic Acid, Octyl Methoxycinnamate, SP Squalane, Titanium Dioxide, Virgin Sesame Oil, Zinc Oxide

Why TiO2 and ZiO for Sun Protection?

Sunscreens are used to provide protection against adverse effects of ultraviolet (UV)B (290–320 nm) and UVA (320–400 nm) radiation. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) and zinc oxide (ZnO) minerals are frequently employed in sunscreens as inorganic physical sun blockers. As TiO2 is more effective in UVB and ZnO in the UVA range, the combination of these particles assures broad-band UV protection. However, to solve the cosmetic drawback of these opaque sunscreens, microsized TiO2 and ZnO have been increasingly replaced by TiO2 and ZnO nanoparticles (NPs) (,100 nm). This review focuses on significant effects on the UV attenuation of sunscreens when microsized TiO2 and ZnO particles are replaced by NPs and evaluates physicochemical aspects that affect effectiveness and safety of NP sunscreens.

The Physicochemical characteristics of TiO2 & ZnO

Microsized TiO2 and ZnO have been used as particulate sun-screen ingredients (average size approximately 0.1–10.0 μm) for more than 15 years. 47 Various microsized anatase and rutile TiO2 and wurtzite ZnO particles, coated and uncoated, have been utilized. The popularity of these inorganic white powders is due to a number of physicochemical properties described above. The UV attenuation results from both reflection and scattering of UV radiation and visible light (clarifying the opaqueness of these sunscreen formulations) and from UV absorption. UV attenuation properties of these two particles are complementary; TiO2 being primarily a UVB absorbing compound, while ZnO is more efficient in UVA absorption. Apart from size-related optical particle properties, the ability of particles to attenuate UV radiation is determined by the surrounding medium.

Effectiveness and Safety of TiO2 & ZnO NP sunscreen

The size reduction of microsized ZnO and TiO2 increases UVB absorption of both particles at the expense of UVA-1 absorption, and the UV protection becomes unbalanced. A solution to this problem could be a combination of various ZnO microsized particles (∼200 nm or smaller to maintain transparency) and nanosized TiO2. Studies in this area reveal that further optimization results in the combination of two grades of ZnO particles (dispersed in cyclopentasiloxane or isononyl isononanoate) with slightly whitened 35 nm TiO2 NPs that provide better UVB protection. To guarantee the recommended balanced UVA/UVB protection, ZnO dispersions should preferably contain small nanosized and large microsized particles. According to this research, aggregated ZnO particles of 130 nm rather than the 20 nm primary particles influence UVA-1 protection.

Effective Sun Protection Formula

The replacement of microsized TiO2 and ZnO particles by NPs ensures the cosmetically desired sunscreen transparency, but at the expense of broad UVA protection. Utilization of micro- and nanosized (20–200 nm) ZnO dispersions combined with nanosized 20–35 nm TiO2 particles may improve this situation. Skin exposure to the NP sunscreens leads to incorporation of TiO2 and ZnO NPs into the deepest SC layers and in the hair follicles that may serve as long-term reservoirs.

Why Sundrops
For Sun Protection?

Protect against sunburn and blotchy skin

Prevents premature greying

Reduces the chances of fine lines and wrinkles

What does our Sun Drops
Do to your Skin?

What our Sun Drops don't do?

Transform you overnight

Our serums take a minimum of 84 days of religious usage before they can show noticeable differences. It's a serum, not a magic potion!

Side effects

New skincare products might cause rashes or infections. Our products are made with skin safe ingredients to avoid any side effects!

One for all

We have different serums to tackle different issues. Each one does their job and does it well. There is no one cure for all skincare issues.

How does our Sun Drops works?

Category Refresh’s Sundrops Other Cream






Harsh Alcohol Content

Harsh Alcohol Content

Harsh Alcohol Content

Contains Sulphates

Contains Sulphates

Contains Sulphates

Contains Parabens

Contains Parabens

Contains Parabens

After 30 Days

Improves the skin tone & texture

After 60 Days

Reduce signs of aging and protect against sun damage

After 90 Days

Brightens your skin complexion and hydrates your skin surface



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It is advisable to use sunscreen wherever you go outside. Sun emits harmful UV rays that can penetrate your skin and it is necessary to protect yourself from it
Sunscreen should be applied as liberally as possible while going outside during the day. It is also necessary that you reapply during continuous sun exposure.
Liquid-based sunscreen is much easier to apply when compared to cream-based and also does not smudge your makeup or make your face feel heavy.
While it is a general rule that sunscreen needs to be reapplied every two to three hours, if your makeup is still intact, the sunscreen underneath is too. However, if you reapply makeup, you should also reapply your sunscreen as well.
The sunscreen for faces contains gentle chemicals designed to protect the sensitive skin cells on your face. While no harm comes from using the same sunscreen for both face and body, It is generally safe to use the sunscreen for the face on your body but not the vice versa.

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