Bendermis Sun    

Thanks to the unique, innovative Cel – IR Complex (horsetail, rosemary, tocopherol), the new sun protection product series Bendermis Sun byBennett offers protection from UVA, UVB and IR rays. It protects the DNA and helps restore cellular damage caused by ultraviolet rays (UVA & UVB).

It protects the skin from photo-ageing, offers increased anti-wrinkle protection and reinforces collagen generation, therefore increasing the skin’s elasticity. It hydrates the skin and maintains its natural humidity levels, protecting it from irritations. In addition, it contains argan oil, a strong, natural antioxidant that protects from UV radiation, combats free radicals and offers anti-ageing benefits. At the same time, sunflower seeds offer antioxidant benefits and protect, nourish and hydrate the skin as they are rich in Vitamin E and basic fatty acids.

Non-oily, light texture. For all skin types.

Dermatologically tested, water proof, photostable and non-comedogenic.

No parabens, alcohol or mineral oil.

The newBendermis Sun series includes

the following products:

Bendermis Sun - Tinted Face Cream SPF50

Tinted Face Sunscreen


Bendermis Sun - Face Fluid SPF50

Non-oily face sunscreen


Bendermis Sun - Anti Spot Cream SPF50

Anti-spot face sunscreen

Bendermis Sun - Face Velvet SPF30

Silky texture face sunscreen


Bendermis Sun - Face & Body Milk SPF30

Face - body sunscreen milk


Bendermis Sun - Face & Body Spray SPF15

Face - body sunscreen spray


Bendermis Sun - Face & Body Cream SPF50 for Kids

Face - body children’s sunscreen



UVA rays:

UVA rays make up 95% of the infrared radiation reaching the Earth. They do not cause pain and they may penetrate very deep layers of the skin. They produce free radicals, may cause alterations to cells and photo-ageing, sun allergies (red skin, itching, rash), skin pigmentation disorders (spots) or skin cancer.

UVB rays:

UVB rays make up 5% of the infrared radiation reaching the Earth. They cause skin to tan, but also cause sun burn and allergic reactions.

Infrared Rays (IR)

These solar rays cause heatstroke and dehydration at the same time. They can penetrate the epidermis, reaching the deepest tissues of the skin, leaving a hot and burning sensation. They contribute to the loss of the skin’s elasticity and the appearance of early wrinkles, thereby contributing to thermal ageing.

Sun protection instructions:

Avoid excessive exposure to sunlight during high radiation hours, usually between 11:00 and 15:00.

If avoiding sunlight is impossible, use a hat, a T-shirt and sun glasses for additional protection.

Avoid exposing babies and young children to direct sunlight.

Apply an adequate amount of sunscreen, and choose a product which protects from both UVA and UVB rays. Applying sunscreen correctly is just as important as choosing the product. In order to achieve the protection promised by the ‘sun protection factor’ you must use 2mg of sunscreen per cm² of skin. This amount is equivalent to 36gr (6 full teaspoons) of sunscreen for an adult. This amount of sunscreen must be applied again after swimming or drying yourself with the towel, in order to achieve the same level of protection.