The new product from the independent brand is said to contain advanced photo ageing technology
UK-based brand Katherine Daniels Cosmetics has announced the release of a new daily defence cream.
The brand’s new Daily DNA Defence SPF 30 (£49) contains enzymes photolyase and phycocyanin, which help repair damaged DNA caused by over-exposure to UV rays and pollution.
The product is also said to help prevent hyperpigmentation, and provide instant and long-lasting defence against photo ageing.
With chamomile extract to help calm and soothe skin, tocopherol acetate (vitamin E acetate), a natural antioxidant, helps condition.
Katherine Daniels recommends applying the cream before UV exposure, and re-applying every two hours when in direct sunlight and after swimming or sweating.
Daily DNA Defence SPF 30 will be available at salons, spa and clinics across the UK and via katherinedanielscosmetics.com.
The brand was developed by skin care experts, Donna Tait and Kirsti Shuba, who have 65 years’ combined industry experience.
The brand name ‘Katherine Daniels’ was inspired by a combination of Tait and Shuba’s children and godchildren’s names.
Today, the brand offers a variety of products from cleansing and toning to body slimming and firming.