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Procyte Ti-Silc Sunscreen SPF 60 with antioxidants

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Sun Protection for Face
July 28, 2008 Reviewed by Marta 4 Comments

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Procyte is best known for its range of copper peptide-based skincare. Its Ti-Silc sunscreen with SPF60 is supposed to be powerful and gentle enough to protect the post-peeled or those in recovery from plastic surgery. 

Apart from the active sunscreens, the most dominant ingredient is green tea. There is also tamanu seed, which is supposed to contain three types of lipids, beta-carotene and Vitamin D3. 

Personally, but then I am fussy, I would prefer Ti-silc not to have alumina or DMDM hydantoin, a potential irritant. Still, if you would like to give it a try, its yours if you post a comment and promise to send us a review.

Ingredients in Ti-Silc Sunblock SPF 60

Actives: Octinoxate (7.5%), Titanium Dioxide (7.0%)

Green tea extract, water, dimethicone copolyol, hydrogenated polybutene, cyclomethicone, octyl stearate, sunflower seed oil, microcrystalline wax, tamanu seed oil, dimethicone, lecithin, hydrolyzed rice protein, hydrogenated castor oil, sodium chloride, polyglyceryl-3 oleate, octyl salicylate, silica, alumina, stearic acid, DMDM hydantoin, tocopheryl acetate, iron oxides, beta-carotene, vitamin D3, iodopropynyl butylcarbonate
  • July 31, 2014


    I've used Ti-Silc 45 tinted and really liked it although it does make my skin shiny

  • July 21, 2009

    by Lindsay

    Hi. I would like to try Ti-Silc. I've just started a series of facial peels and they recommend this sunscreen. Also, I'm currently using TIZO3 and would like to compare the two.

    Thank you.

  • November 6, 2008

    by Michelle

    <p>Hi Marta,</p>

    <p> I've already received your e-mail regarding the moisturizer on your desk (I e-mailed you back in regards to what I need to do). I was just wondering if there was a review for the Procyte Ti-Silc Sunscreen SPF 60 with antioxidants yet. It seems to have a very high SPF and I was wondering if MIKE626 has tried it. I also just noticed your new post about moisturizers with sunscreen. If I had known one takes away from another, I would have just follow your advice and buy a moisturizer, such as the Ormedi bio-peptide one, and then a separate sunscreen, like the Anthelios SX or something. Thank you for all the help though! =P </p>

  • July 28, 2008

    by Mike626

    <p>I'd like to try it out. I am trying to find a sunscreen that won't make me look like I just rose from my deathbed. My current sunscreen (Murad No-Oil Sheer Tint) is great, but at only SPF 15, my roseaca could use more protection.</p>

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