The SPF factor, or "Sun Protection Factor", is a number used to measure the protection from the sun's rays that a product provides. This factor indicates the product's ability to protect the skin from the harmful effects of ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. The SPF factor is commonly applied to sunscreen products, including SPF creams, lotions, and sprays.

The SPF factor is expressed numerically, for example, SPF 15, SPF 30, SPF 50, etc. Each number indicates how many times longer you can stay in the sun before getting burned compared to the amount of time you could spend in the sun without protection. For example, if you use an SPF 30 cream and you would normally get sunburned in 10 minutes of exposure to the sun, by using an SPF 30 cream you can stay safe in the sun 30 times longer, ie. 300 minutes (5 hours). This is a theoretical calculation, so it is always better to count the amount of sunscreen applied and its regular and correct application to the skin.

Here are some key points about the SPF factor:

  1. SPF 15: Provides 15 times more protection against sunburn than you would have without protection. This is a good choice for everyday use.
  2. SPF 30: Provides 30 times more protection against burns. It is recommended for longer periods of sun exposure.
  3. SPF 50 and above: These high SPF factors provide the strongest protection and are especially recommended for people with fair skin or during extremely sunny days.

It is important to note that there is no product with an SPF factor that provides complete protection from the sun. Therefore, it is also important to apply other sun protection measures, such as wearing protective clothing and hats and avoiding direct exposure to the sun during the strongest part of the day.

You should also follow the instructions on the product and apply the product regularly to maintain adequate protection from the sun's rays.



Face creams with a SPF factor are skin care products that play a key role in protecting the skin from the sun's harmful rays. "SPF" stands for "Sun Protection Factor". These creams are used to reduce the damage that the sun can do to the skin and to prevent skin damage caused by UV radiation.

Here are some key facts about SPF face creams:

  1. 1. Protection from UV rays: SPF creams protect the skin from two main types of sun rays - UVA and UVB radiation. UVA rays are responsible for skin aging, while UVB rays cause sunburn.
  2. 2. SPF number: On the packaging of the SPF cream, a number is indicated, for example, SPF 15, SPF 30, SPF 50, etc. This number indicates how long you can stay in the sun before you burn, compared to the time you would need without protection. A higher SPF number means more protection, but not full protection.
  3. Regular application: SPF cream should be applied daily, even when it is cloudy or cold, because the sun's rays penetrate through clouds and windows. It should be applied to all parts of the face and neck exposed to the sun.
  4. Correct application: The cream is usually applied 15-30 minutes before going outside, then reapplied every 2 hours or after swimming and wiping the face with a towel.
  5. Choosing a cream according to skin type: There are SPF creams for different skin types, including those with oily, dry, sensitive and combination skin. You should choose a product that suits your skin type to avoid unwanted side effects such as breakouts or irritation.
  6. Additional benefits: Many SPF creams contain additional ingredients that improve skin hydration, prevent aging, or even have tints to even out the skin.
  7. Prevention of skin cancer: By using SPF creams, you can reduce the risk of developing skin cancer, which can be caused by excessive sun exposure. With the correct use of SPF face creams, you can preserve the health and beauty of your skin, prevent premature aging and reduce the risk of the harmful effects of the sun's rays.



Tinted creams with an SPF factor are skin care products that have become popular due to their ability to combine several steps in one product. These products offer three main benefits: they provide hydration, provide light coverage like makeup, and at the same time protect the skin from the sun's rays.

Here are some key facts about SPF tinted creams:

  1. Hydration and Protection: Tinted creams are enriched with moisturizing ingredients that help the skin stay hydrated throughout the day. They also contain an SPF factor, which means they provide protection from the sun's harmful UV rays. It is a great combination for everyday use as it protects the skin and gives it the necessary moisture.
  2. Natural Coverage: Tinted creams offer light coverage that helps to even out skin tone and hide minor imperfections, such as redness or uneven skin tone. However, they do not provide as intense coverage as classic liquid powders or BB creams.
  3. SPF Factor: The SPF factor in tinted creams protects the skin from the harmful effects of UV rays. This factor helps prevent sunburn and preserve skin health.
  4.  Easy Application: Tinted creams are usually light and quickly absorbed, making them practical products for everyday use. You can apply them with your fingers, a brush or a sponge, and the result is a natural skin look.
  5. Selection of Shades: There is a wide selection of tinted cream shades to find the one that best suits your complexion. This allows you to achieve a natural skin look.
  6. Advice for use: Before applying the toned cream, it is recommended to wash your face and apply a moisturizing cream. Then apply the tinted cream evenly on a clean face, avoiding excessive application in certain areas.


Tinted creams with an SPF factor are a great choice for those who want a quick and easy skin care routine, with added sun protection and natural coverage. These products are especially popular during the summer months or for everyday use when you want to achieve a fresh-looking skin.

VZK CC sun face creams are made in two variants - a lighter and a darker shade, with protective factors SPF 30 or SPF 50 depending on the color of the complexion. They are a perfect combination of tinted face creams and sun protection creams, they are mainly intended for use on vacations in order to provide the skin with a flawless appearance in addition to the necessary protection from the sun. The light texture of these creams evens out the complexion and hides imperfections such as spots or signs of fatigue. It contains corrective pigments and ingredients that nourish and protect the facial skin, as well as a protective factor that protects the facial skin from the sun and premature aging. They contain avocado oil, panthenol and glycerin that are proven to nourish and protect the skin.