Dermobiane Sun Care

Vitamin C and Vitamin E help protect the cells from oxidative stress.

Dermobiane Sun Care

Dermobiane Sun Care

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Stabilisers: dicalcium phosphate and microcrystalline cellulose, polypodium extract Polypodium leucotomos (leaves), Porphyral HSP®* (seaweed extract: Porphyra umbilicalis, carrier: maltodextrin), Vitamin C, anti-caking agents: magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide, coating agents: microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose and stearic acid, Vitamin E, thickening agent: sodium carboxymethyl cellulose.


* Patented ingredient. Traces of fish, crustaceans and molluscs due to the presence of Porphyra umbilicalis seaweed.



Swallow 1 tablet per day.


Protection from the sun (sun cream, hat, sunglasses, etc.) is essential, as is the need for moderate and careful exposure.

Duration of supplement: 1 month 


Not to be administered to patients with heart problems. Not recommended for pregnant and breast-feeding women. Do not exceed the daily dose indicated. Keep out of the reach of children. Best before date and batch no. are printed on the inside of the box. This food supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.


Store in a cool dry place.



Dermobiane Solaire is a food supplement based on Polypodium leucotomos, Porphyral HSP®, Vitamin C and Vitamin E.


Vitamins C and E help protect the cells from oxidative stress.


PiLeJe expertise


Focus on Polypodium leucotomos

Polypodium leucotomos is a tropical fern that grows on the plateau of the Andean Cordillera in South America, as well as in some high-altitude regions of Central America. It was introduced into Europe by the botanist Hipólito Ruiz López when he returned from a botanical expedition financed by the Spanish crown at the end of the 18th century.


Focus on Porphyral HSP®

Porphyral HSP® is an ingredient patented by Pileje, an extract of Porphyra umbilicalis, an edible seaweed that grows along the coastline of Brittany. Brownish-purple in colour, Porphyra umbilicalis turns almost black when exposed at low tide, but returns to its original colour when the ocean covers it again! As with many plants living in a hostile environment, it has managed to adapt to its surroundings to survive and proliferate.


Rather like metals, our organisms oxidise upon contact with oxygen and generate what are called free radicals. These are harmful molecules which, in excess, can accelerate the effects of ageing. We all have “antioxidant” systems to fight free radicals.

Sometimes, however, our systems are overloaded with an accelerated production of free radicals caused by environmental factors (toxins, smoke, pollutants, sun, etc.).

In such conditions, individuals may be advised to boost their antioxidant protection by taking protective micronutrients, such as certain vitamins and minerals containing antioxidant properties.