ÜberZinc Body

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Antioxidant body lotion with 21% zinc oxide that hydrates and protects against premature ageing.

ÜberZinc Body is recommended for gentle protection and hydration for body areas exposed to UV light during normal daily activities. Unlike traditional natural sun protectors, ÜberZinc Body is an elegant, non-greasy and hydrating hand and body lotion. ÜberZinc Body combines the UV protective and healing qualities of 21% zinc oxide with added antioxidants, hydrolysed tomato skin, macadamia oil and Vitamin E.


Key Benefits

Zinc oxide (21%) – a non-irritating and anti-inflammatory ingredient, offering broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection. It is ideal for all skin types, even sensitive skin.

Hydrolysed tomato skin (Lycopene)- a potent antioxidant derived from hydrolysed tomato skin. It is more powerful than green tea in its ability to neutralize free radical damage, which leads to ageing, and cell destruction.

Macadamia oil- a highly stable and hydrating oil. High in essential fatty acids and antioxidants to promote the skin’s ability to repair and heal.

Vitamin E – neutralises oxygen free radicals as a result of environmental stress


Apply to the body prior to UV exposure. Pat onto the skin, do not rub vigorously. Not recommended as a facial moisturiser due to higher oil content. Re-apply ÜberZinc Body at two hourly intervals if exposed to longer periods of sun exposure.

ÜberZinc Body is recommended for broad-spectrum protection against light to moderate sun exposure and is recommended for general daily activities. It is not designed to be used as a primary sunscreen if you are outdoors for extended periods during peak UV times or near reflective surfaces such as water or snow. Protective clothing and broad-brimmed hats should always be considered over sunscreen as a primary defence.

The information provided via Synergie’s website, documents, customer service and other channels are general in nature and is not intended as medical advice. Therefore, you should not rely upon the information presented as a substitute for consultations with qualified health professionals who are familiar with your individual needs.