Elta Sunscreen

EItaMD Broad-Spectrum Sun Care

EItaMD® sunscreens prevent sun damage safely and provide true broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection. All are formulated with microfine transparent zinc oxide and are noncomedogenic, sensitivity-free, fragrance-free and paraben-free.

EItaMD UV Sport Broad-Spectrum SPF 50

Full-body sunscreen for all skin types

SPF 50 with 9% transparent zinc oxide

Water-Resistant (80 minutes); won't rinse off in water or drip into eyes when you sweat

Great to wear during all outdoor activities

Safe for use on children

EItaMD UV Defense Broad-Spectrum SPF 45

Full-body sunscreen for all skin types

Face and body sunscreen for oily to normal skin

SPF 45 with 9% transparent zinc oxide

Oil-free protection for the face, either alone or under makeup

Light, sheer formula spreads quickly and leaves no residue

EItaMD UV Physical Broad-Spectrum SPF 41

Facial sunscreen for extra-sensitive and post-procedure skin

SPF 41 with 9% transparent zinc oxide and 7% titanium dioxide

Chemical-free, natural mineral UV protection

Lightly tinted, Water-Resistant (40 minutes)

May be used on face and body

Antioxidants neutralize free radicals to help prevent sun damage

Helps diffuse the appearance of redness. Ideal for post procedure

EItaMD UV Daily Broad-Spectrum SPF 40

Moisturizing facial sunscreen for normal, combination and post-procedure skin

SPF 40 with 9% transparent zinc oxide

Light, sheer daily facial moisturizer with hyaluronic acid

EItaMD UV Facial Broad-Spectrum SPF 30

Moisturizing facial sunscreen for dry and post-treatment skin

SPF 30 with 7% transparent zinc oxide

Specifically formulated to provide moisturizing UV protection for the face, either alone or under makeup

Light, fluffy moisturizing base with an elegant feel

Ideal for use after microdermabrasion, IPL and laser treatments and chemical or glycolic peels

Ideal for dry, cold climates

Did you know?

Dermatologists recognize that the most potent cosmeceutical that can prevent and reverse the signs of aging is sunscreen.

American Academy of Dermatology, aad.org/public March 2011


Ultraviolet or UV rays are part of the invisible energy that comes from the sun. UVA (aging) rays account for 95% of our sun exposure. They cause skin aging and contribute to skin cancer. UVA rays penetrate deeply into the skin layers, damaging collagen and cells which leads to wrinkling,

Hyperpigmentation and loss of elasticity. UVB (burning) rays mostly affect the outer layer of the skin. They cause sunburns and tanning that increase the risk of skin cancer and other disorders. The risk for skin cancer doubles in people who have had five or more sunburns.

Skin Cancer Foundation

skincancer.org/understanding Nov. 2012