Balense Skin: Your SPF Product Sanctuary

At Balense Skin, we believe every day is an opportunity to protect and nourish your skin. That’s why we’ve developed a premium range of SPF products designed not just to defend against harmful UV rays but to enhance your skin’s natural beauty and resilience. Our science-backed formulations offer broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection, ensuring you’re shielded from the sun’s potential damage every day of the year.

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Why is SPF Non-Negotiable?

The sun does not discriminate. Regardless of the season or weather, UV rays can penetrate your skin, leading to premature ageing, dryness, and uneven skin tone. With Balense Skin, embrace a daily ritual that fortifies your skin’s health while preventing future damage.

Our SPF Collection: Tailored for Every Skin Type

Our SPF range is a testament to our commitment to high-quality, effective skincare. From lightweight, hydrating sunscreens perfect for daily wear under makeup, to soothing formulas designed for laser aftercare, such as our Recovery Laser Gel, we’ve got you covered. Our products are enriched with potent natural ingredients and advanced technologies to provide benefits beyond sun protection, including anti-ageing properties, water resistance and essential hydration.

The Science of Protection Meets Nature

Key ingredients like hyaluronic acid, found in products such as our Normal Skin Moisturiser +HAx5 for unmatched hydration, carrot root oil for its anti-ageing prowess, and green tea extract to combat free radicals, are meticulously selected to ensure your skin receives the best care. Our formulas are cruelty-free, vegan, and proudly Australian-made, embodying the essence of nature and science in harmony.

Finding Your SPF Match

Choosing the right SPF product might seem daunting, but we’ve made it simple. Consider your skin type, primary concerns, and lifestyle to select a product that fits seamlessly into your skincare routine. Whether you’re looking for a product to wear under makeup or a solution for sensitive skin, Balense Skin offers a range that caters to every need.

Embrace the Balense Skin SPF Experience

Your skin deserves the best protection and care. Explore our SPF range today and take the first step towards healthier, radiant skin that’s safeguarded against the sun’s rays, every day. Welcome to a world where skin wellness and sun protection converge, brought to you by Balense Skin.

Frequently Asked Questions


What does SPF stand for?

SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. It measures the level of protection a sunscreen provides against UVB rays, which are the main cause of sunburn.

What SPF should I use?

Dermatologists generally recommend using sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30, which blocks about 97% of UVB rays. Higher SPFs, such as an SPF of 50, block slightly more UVB rays, but no sunscreen can block 100% of UVB rays.

How often should I reapply sunscreen?

It’s advised to reapply sunscreen every two hours, or more frequently if you’re sweating or swimming, even if the product is labelled water-resistant.

Can I skip moisturiser if my sunscreen has moisturising properties?

Depending on your skin type, a moisturising sunscreen may be sufficient for daily use. However, if you have very dry skin, you might still benefit from using a separate moisturiser, such as our Dry Skin Moisturiser +HAx5.

Is SPF necessary on cloudy days?

Yes, up to 80% of the sun’s UV rays can pass through clouds, making sunscreen necessary even on cloudy days.

What SPF Products are Suitable for Children?

Children can use SPF products designed for them, with an SPF of at least 30, while avoiding direct sunlight as much as possible.

Can I use my body sunscreen on my face?

While it’s not harmful, facial sunscreens are specifically formulated to be non-comedogenic (not pore-clogging) and may contain ingredients beneficial for facial skin, making them a better option for the face.

What is broad-spectrum sunscreen?

Broad-spectrum products, such as our UV Defiance SPF 50+ Lotion, offer protection against both UVA (ageing) and UVB (burning) rays. Both types of UV radiation can cause skin cancer, making broad-spectrum protection important.