Calypso Dry Oil Spray absorbs instantly and is specially formulated for use on both wet and dry skin. It is water resistant and provides all over body and scalp protection from both UVA and UVB rays. Not only is it easy to apply, but it is also dermatologically tested to help prevent premature ageing from the sun’s harmful rays.
This clear sunscreen is lightweight and provides instant protection for all skin types. Available from SPF6 to SPF30, you can find the most suitable SPF for your skin type to ensure you get maximum protection from the sun.
Looking for a continuous spray to ensure all those
hard-to-reach places are protected? Our non-greasy and water resistant Clear Protection Continuous Spray can be applied at any angle and has zero white marks.
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Wet And Dry Skin
SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor and represents the sunscreen’s ability to protect your skin from the sun’s rays in addition to your skin’s natural protection. Depending on your skin type, hair colour, eye colour and location, you may be able to stay in the sun for 10 minutes without burning.
If you apply a sunscreen with SPF30 this means that you can stay in the sun 30 times longer than you could without sunscreen. However, you must use sunscreen as directed and ensure enough sunscreen is initially applied (35ml) for maximum coverage. Higher factors should not be used to increase your time in the sun, but to increase your level of protection.
Sunscreens leave a protective layer on your skin, which can be washed off by water. A sunscreen that is water-resistant stays on your skin for longer than normal. However, it will still be washed away eventually. To be safe, reapply if you spend more than forty minutes in the water. If you dry yourself with a towel or take a shower – anything that involves rubbing your skin – you should also reapply immediately. You will need to dry your skin before reapplying sunscreen, unless you’re using our Calypso Dry Oil Wet Skin Spray. This can be applied on both wet and dry skin.
There are two types of ultraviolet radiation which can harm our skin – UVA and UVB. Only UVB causes burning, but both types damage our skin, so good sunscreens should protect against both. However, SPF only measures UVB protection, so you have to check to make sure your sunscreen offers UVA protection too. There are lots of different UVA measuring systems around the world. We use the European standard – look for the letters UVA inside a circle. This symbol means that a product meets the EU-recommended level of UVA protection.
Calypso has always used the Europe-wide standard UVA symbol (the letters UVA inside a circle) on its packaging. This is a legal requirement through Cosmetics Europe and ensures the correct balance between UVA and UVB on products. All other systems are not legally binding and do not follow the Cosmetics European Directive.
Yes you can. All ingredients in the Calypso product range have been approved as cosmetic ingredients.
My mum used this on me when I was a child and I still use it now as an adult. Absolutely love the smell!! Non greasy, quick drying but does leave the skin looking dewy and healthy. Couldn’t recommend this more! I carry this in my bag and spray through the day as it’s not as heavy as cream. Also great for scalp protection.
10 August 2022
Spays well, so hardly any need to rub in. Just spent 2 days in 30 degrees on the beach and this has protected us brilliantly. Highly recommend
Reviewed in United Kingdom on 21 October 2021
Good value for money
Reviewed in Manchester on 27 January 2021