Your Summer Holiday Hero Product -Be3 SPF & Mosquito Guard-in-1
During summer, some of us are fortunate enough to jet off on holiday to spend some well-earned relaxation in the sunshine.
For protection in the heat, there are several previsions I personally, would not leave home without, one being a well-sized hat with maximum face coverage, which is vital for head and neck protection from the sun’s rays, my favourite ‘sunnies’ for eye protection and of course a high-quality SPF for skin protection.
Be3 Natura Sport sun protection progressive spray not only gives me 20, 30 or 50 SPF customisable protection but also an insect repellent too.
All Be3 skincare products are vegan, paraben and cruelty-free. What’s more, they have a mission to be as sustainable as possible and don’t use any Oxybenzone ingredients as this can cause harm to the ocean’s delicate ecosystem. The spray cans do not contain GAS, but a vacuum-packed bag that allows the product to exit naturally thanks to compressed air.
The SPF & Mosquito Guard also contains Vitamin E to help prevent free radical damage to the skin and Avocado Oil and Jojoba to leave the skin feeling soft and hydrated.
In order to ensure complete and equal protection, The UVA (associated with skin ageing) and UVB (associated with skin burning) protection in the Be3 Natura Sport are proportionate so you can relax knowing you are completely protected against harsh UV rays.
I have enjoyed all the benefits of this hero product, it is simple to use, just apply the lightweight mist once for SPF20, twice for SPF30 and three times for SPF50++ for ultimate protection, quick and simple to apply, absorbing quickly with no residue on the skin.
Even with one application, the addition of Neem Oil works to repel insects and especially mosquitos.
Neem oil is a natural by-product of the neem tree (Azadirachta indica), an evergreen variety native to India making it organic and biodegradable as well as safe for the population and environment.
The oil is harvested from the trees’ seeds and leaves and has been used as a natural pesticide for hundreds of years. The neem contains antiprotozoal compounds that emit a peculiar smell which in turn wards off mosquitoes.
Having used the product for a few weeks now, I am happy to say, so far so good…