Wondering where to shop the best sunscreen from the leading luxury brands?
Applying sunscreen on the skin helps shield it from the damaging effects of ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun.

It lowers the risk of skin cancer and helps avoid sunburn and premature skin aging. To accommodate diverse tastes and skin types, sunscreens are available in a variety of formats, including lotions, creams, sprays, gels, sticks, and even powders.
Key components and considerations regarding sunscreen:
1.Active Ingredients: Physical sunscreens work by reflecting UV rays off the skin’s surface using minerals like titanium dioxide or zinc oxide. Chemical sunscreens capture UV rays and transform them into heat using chemical components.
2.SPF (Sun Protection Factor): SPF gauges how well a product shields the skin from UVB rays. Which cause sunburn and may even be a factor in skin cancer. Greater protection is indicated by SPF values.

Luvia Beauty is the leading skincare beauty shop in Nairobi, Kenya. Our sunscreen shop in Kenya has some of the leading sunscreens in the world. Some of the brands are Colorescience sunscreens, EltaMd sunscreens, Paula’s Choice sunscreens, Biossance, Versed, LaRoche and ETC.

Visit our sunscreen shop today and our representative will assist you to choose the best sunscreen for you. Available sunscreens at Luvia Beauty are Mineral and Chemical.

Baby sunscreens are also available. Deliveries countrywide.

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Why sunscreen?

Everyone needs sunscreen

recommended sunscreen

  • Broad-spectrum protection (protects against UVA and UVB rays)
  • SPF 30 or higher
  • Water resistance

Sunscreen is one of the basic products in your skincare routine. Sunscreens are used to protect the skin from the harmful effects of the sun. They help to prevent sunburn and premature aging (such as wrinkles, leathery skin).

It Protects Your Skin from UV Rays: The depletion of the ozone layer has increased our risk of sun damage from harmful UV rays. Sunscreen blocks these rays, greatly reducing the likelihood of sunburn.