New Daily Defense Serum Mineral Sunscreen—Here’s What You Need To Know

This is the one all your skincare professionals have been waiting for—introducing Tuel’s new sun protection warrior, Daily Defense Serum Mineral Sunscreen. Featuring a broad Spectrum SPF 33 that works to protect the skin from UVA, UVB, and UVC rays, and ingredients such as Squalane and Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, this serum-like, reef-safe, nourishing sunscreen is the multifaceted skincare solution for all skin type. Check out these five reasons why this is the must-have new suncare product for your back bar and retail shelves.


  1. Comprehensive Sun Protection: With a broad Spectrum SPF 33, it effectively shields the skin from UVA, UVB, and UVC rays, providing a well-rounded defense against sun damage. Mineral sunscreen ingredients, such as zinc oxide, are small particles that sit on the skin’s surface and physically prevent UV rays from penetrating the skin.


  1. Skin Nourishment: Enriched with Squalane, Shea Butter, Apple Stem Cell Extract, and Hyaluronic Acid, it not only protects but also nurtures the skin, making it suitable for all skin types. These ingredients allow the sunscreen to function as a natural shield against the sun's harmful rays and a potent hydrator, locking in moisture. 


  1. No White Cast: Unlike heavy mineral sunscreens, this formula won't leave an unsightly white residue on the skin, ensuring a natural and lightweight feel throughout the day on every skin type.


  1. Toxic Ingredient-Free: Daily Defense Serum Mineral Sunscreen is free from harmful ingredients like Oxybenzone, Octinoxate, Octocrylene, and Avobenzone, which are absorbed into the skin, making it safer for both your clients and the environment.


  1. Eco-Conscious Choice: This sunscreen aligns with our eco-conscious values as it relies on natural and biodegradable ingredients, eliminating the use of harmful chemicals that can damage coral reefs and the environment. Your clients can embrace sun protection without compromising on environmental responsibility.