SunSeal - Directions for use

Shake bottle well. Apply generously to your body and face. Do not spray directly onto face, spray SunSeal into your hands first and avoid contact with your eyes.

We recommend a minimum of 7 sprays of SunSeal for the face, applying onto your hands first and waiting 10 minutes before getting in the pool or ocean. SunSeal is a pale-yellow transparent colour when applied and dries with a slight gloss.

How long will SunSeal™ last on my skin?

On average one application will last up to three days and in some cases even longer, depending on your skin type. It varies with different skin types (oily/dry) and on different parts of the body.

On the face, as the natural oils will break the Microskin™ film down faster. On other parts of the body it will last longer, when applied to the hands the Microskin™ film will break down faster due to our hands being the most used part of our body, wear and tear on the film by activities such as frequent washing of hands, continual abrasion will cause the Microskin™ film to were off quicker than other parts of the body so we recommend dab drying with your towel instead of harsh fast rubbing

Why does SunSeal™ last longer on the body than it does on the face?

The skin on your face is different to that of the rest of your body and secretes more natural oils (sebum) than your arms and legs. As SunSeal uses oil-based technology, it breaks down faster on the face than other parts of the body. Keep in mind all skin types are different and results may vary from person to person.

Why is SunSeal™ different to other sunscreens?

This simple answer is down to the Microskin™ technology used in SunSeal.

Microskin™ acts just like your natural skin, it differs from any other lotion, creme or cosmetic on the market. Microskin™ is able to suspend active ingredients within the Microskin™ film as it sits on your skin. This allows our products like SunSeal™ to provide long lasting waterproof sun protection as we can suspend our organic UVA/B blockers in the durable, Microskin™ film that protects you from the suns harmful rays.

Is SunSeal™ safe for Children?

Yes! Microskin products are safe to use on children. One of the clinical studies conducted on Microskin™ was at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Brisbane Australia where no adverse reactions were recorded.

Is SunSeal™ absorbed into the skin?


The Microskin™ technology in SunSeal™ has no absorption based qualities into the skin. Microskin™ is predominantly a natural oil based product that binds to the outer surface of the skin. The high water content in our skin repels any absorption of SunSeal™ past the epidermis.

Are Microskin™ products safe?

Yes. Microskin™ products are made from ingredients that are on the TGA / FDA / EU / UK regulatory approved lists. Furthermore Microskin™ technology is made from food grade standard ingredients. Microskin™ products have been used by Dermatologists, GP’s, Hospitals and skin therapists around the world since 2007 with no adverse reaction to the formula recorded.

Are Microskin™ products Vegan friendly?

Microskin™ products are loved by Vegans all over the world.

Are Microskin™ products tested on animals?

Absolutely not! We at Microskin™ are totally against any animal testing when it comes to any products.

Have there been any clinical trials or studies conducted on Microskin™ technology?

Yes there have been numerous studies and trials. Microskin™ partnered with the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) and The University of Queensland (UQ) in Brisbane Australia. The researchers from UQ’s Department of Psychiatry and the RCH Paediatrics Burns Centre uncovered exception results. Microskin™ has also had independent studies and trials conducted to determine its safety, durability and wearability.

Where can I buy SunSeal?

The best place to buy SunSeal™ is right here from our website.

You can also ask your local pharmacy if they stock SunSeal™.