Meet the New Age Intelligence Never-Seen Sunscreen SPF 30

Meet the New Age Intelligence Never-Seen Sunscreen SPF 30


A hybrid SPF-skincare product with an invisible finish

We all know that wearing sunscreen is a bare necessity if you want to avoid premature skin ageing (not to mention skin cancer). But, picking the right sunscreen - amongst an ocean of options – can be daunting. When it comes to the face, a lightweight, nurturing sunscreen that provides an abundance of broad-spectrum protection and leaves no cast is a good start. But, you can do much better than that!

These days the best sunscreens offer much more than just UV protection, they also offer skincare benefits. The new breed – Skincare-SPF hybrids – blend advanced skincare actives together with SPF.

Swissline’s newest sunscreen, Cell Shock Age Intelligence Never-Seen Sunscreen SPF 30, multi-tasks by preventing sun damage, protecting the skin from blue light, and improving and preserving the skin’s condition. A trio of antioxidants – niacinamide, vitamin E and pomegranate – join forces with Arginine to take the skincare-SPF ritual to the next level.


Providing all the benefits you would expect from a broad-spectrum SPF 30 formula, this sunscreen also strengthens the barrier function, brightens the skin, regulates sebum (without a drying effect) and helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

The formula has an oil-free touch and an invisible finish. And making it even more attractive, it is vegan and free of allergens, fragrance and chemical filters: Oxybenzone, Octinoxate, Homosalate and Octocrylene, thought to be detrimental to corals reefs.

As it absorbs quickly into the skin without leaving any residue or white/grey cast, it can be worn as a sunscreen on top of any moisturizer, or on its own, as a lightweight moisturizer for those with combination to oily skin. Truly invisible on all skin tones, it also facilitates an easy application of make-up.

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