Pure Body Luxe - Protect - Moisturising Sunscreen SPF15 Oil


PROTECT SPF15 is made from a select combination of botanical oils, oil extracts and high-quality sunscreen actives that work together to provide intense moisture for dry, sun-damaged skin plus the added protection of sunscreen actives for broad-spectrum sun protection from UVA and UVB exposure.


PROTECT SPF15 has a beautiful, light scent of Coconut, Sandalwood with a hint of Vanilla which is complemented nicely with subtle tones of Frankincense and Geranium, reminiscent of relaxing summer days.

Top Notes: Geranium, Sandalwood
Heart Notes: Frankincense, Fennel Seed, Rosewood
Base Notes: Carrot, Vanilla


  • Hydrates and provides a moisture surge to sun-exposed skin
  • Blends seamlessly into skin leaving a clear finish
  • Easily absorbed, lightweight and non-greasy formula that leaves skin smooth and soft with a radiant, healthy glow
  • Useful for dry and moisture-depleted skin
  • High in anti-oxidants and anti-aging ingredients to help combat fine lines and wrinkles
  • Skin protection from UVA & UVB with SPF15
  • A body moisturiser and sunscreen in one.


Spreads clear on the skin. Use PROTECT on face and body to hydrate and moisturise the skin while providing a light and useful protection from harsh UVA & UVB exposure. Apply to skin 15 minutes before going in the sun and reapply hourly and after swimming or excessive sweating. Use at the beginning of the day as part of your sunscreen and moisturising routine.


Coconut oil, Apricot Kernel oil, Camellia (Green Tea) oil, Sweet Almond oil, Aloe Vera oil extract, Watermelon Seed oil, Squalane (Olive oil), Jojoba oil, Red Palm oil, Red Raspberry Seed oil, Hemp Seed oil, Shea oil, Echium oil, Carrot Seed oil, Fennel Seed oil, Frankincense oil, Geranium oil, Rosewood oil, Sandalwood oil , Vanilla oil, Vitamin E oil and Blue Tansy oil.


Octocrylene 70mg/g, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane 30mg/g, Octyl Methoxycinnamate 20mg/g.
All AAN and INCA approved.

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