Sonäge Omen SPF15 ($ 52) is a moisturizing sunscreen with antioxidants and amino acids that easily became a part of my daily routine. As a mineral sunscreen, there is an initial chalkiness that dissipates after a few minutes. In general, it behaves well on serums and under makeup. There is enough SPF of a normal working day and more than enough anti-managers put the sunscreen in the category of anything helps.
There is a pragmatic approach Sonäge – the brand uses the word “balance” a lot. While using lots of natural ingredients and try to find alternatives from the world of plants (such as seed oil broccoli to replace silicones), Sonäge not opposed to the use of chemical preservatives, or synthetic polymers and is advanced by not be – or trying to be -. 100% natural
This sunscreen is an example. The active ingredients are the minerals zinc oxide and titanium dioxide – not without its own controversies, but preferable to any chemical sunscreen. The key ingredient is silicone cyclopentasiloxane (is not there broccoli with oil still). Most of the remaining ingredients are natural and include some good antioxidants. They are the usual suspects in the department of conservation.
One of the less common ingredients is hydrolyzed RNA. This means ribonucleic acid and is present in all living cells as their primary function is to act as a messenger carrying instructions DNA for protein synthesis. However, in the care of the skin that seems to have the more humble role of hydration.
The glycoproteins (proteins with sugars attached to them and fill the space between the tissues until they are exhausted as we age) are included as well as a specific call lactoferrin, a protein pack mule carrying the iron, copper and zinc for cells. Continuing the theme of proteins, Sonäge Omen SPF15 has silk amino acids.
Antioxidants there superoxide dismutase, which dominates the most common free radicals in the body damaging reactions of superoxide, and is particularly useful in a sunscreen, as it protects against UV rays.
On the front of hydration, there almond, avocado seed oil and hazelnut. For my slightly oily skin, I found that moisturizing enough Omen. I recommend this sunscreen to any pragmatic person (but not purist) in search of a decent moisturizer with added SPF anti-aging benefits.