Why we recommend

Heliocare 360º Water Gel is brilliant for protecting dry and dehydrated skin or normal skin from exposure to harmful rays, and it’s gentle enough to use on the sensitive skin around your eyes. Water Gel gives you not only SPF50 protection against UVB rays but also extremely high protection (PA++++) against UVA rays. The gel’s satin finish makes it easy to layer your make-up on top of the sunscreen.

Heliocare 360º Water Gel SPF50

Quick-absorbing SPF50 gel sunscreen with an invisible, satin finish


Heliocare 360º Water Gel is a highly protective water-based gel that absorbs quickly into your skin to give an invisible satin finish. Free of both oil and alcohol, this gel provides broad-spectrum protection and helps ward off damage from free radicals.. 


  • Protects your skin against ultraviolet (UVA and UVB) rays, high-energy visible light (HEVL), and infrared-A
  • Includes Heliocare’s exclusive Fernblock, a powerful antioxidant
  • Armours up your skin against pollution and helps it stay hydrated
  • Contains the antioxidants vitamin C, vitamin E, and green tea extract 




All Skin Types

    Heliocare 360º Water Gel protects your skin by absorbing high-energy light and neutralising free radicals. At the same time, Fernblock FC –  Heliocare’s proprietary Fernblock fern extract fortified with ferulic acid and caffeic acid – works to ward off UV damage.


    Shake the tube thoroughly, squeeze out two finger-long stripes of gel, and then apply them evenly to your face. Work the gel all the way up to your hairline and around your eyes, avoiding getting the gel in your eyes themselves.

    To maintain effective protection, reapply Water Gel every two hours of high exposure and after swimming, after sweating, or after towelling your skin dry.

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    What is infrared-A?

    Infrared-A – IR-A for short – is infrared light that penetrates through your epidermis (the outermost main layer of skin) and reaches the dermis, the second main layer. IR-A is contained in sunlight and encourages skin ageing and skin damage by generating free radicals that degrade your collagen and elastin, the key proteins that keep your skin strong and stretchy (respectively). If you want to prevent premature ageing and keep your skin in good shape, protecting it against IR-A exposure is vital.

    What is HEVL?

    HEVL is the abbreviation for High Energy Visible Light, part of the light spectrum that’s visible to humans and that consists of high-energy light waves with a short wavelength. These light waves are typically in the blue and violet band, so they’re often called ‘blue light’. HEVL is naturally present in sunlight, but LED screens (such as those on smartphones, tablets, and laptops) and LED lightbulbs also emit HEVL, albeit in much smaller amounts.

    What are the Fitzpatrick Skin Types?

    The Fitzpatrick Skin Type Chart is a quick-reference classification system for evaluating human skin’s response to ultraviolet light. The chart defines six skin types, Skin Type I through Skin Type VI. Skin Type I is very fair skin that never tans and has a high risk of burning. Skin Type II is fair skin that tans mildly and burns easily. Skin Type III is olive skin that tans well but burns sometimes. Skin Type IV is light-brown skin that tans easily and has a low risk of burning. Skin Type V is brown skin that tans very well and rarely burns. Skin Type VI is dark-brown skin that tans deeply and never burns.