The must-have sunscreen for cyclists

Sunsation is a transparent sunscreen spray that's optimized for outdoor sports, with cycling in particular! Its non-stick, sweatproof and long-lasting formula gives you the opportunity to safely build up your tan this summer, without worrying about sunburn.

Even on the toughest days in the peloton, UCI WorldTour teams like Visma | Lease a Bike, BORA - hansgrohe and Alpecin-Deceuninck endorse Sunsation for its high score on both user-friendliness and quality of protection against UVA and UVB radiation.

  • ★★★★★
    As a gravel cyclist, I like that the formula is not sticky! For sure the best sunscreen for me.
  • ★★★★★
    No sunburns with Sunsation!
  • ★★★★★
    I have a sensitive skin and all the sensitive stuff is crap for sports. So happy about Sunsation!!
  • Lawrence Naesen
  • Kirsten Boerrigter
  • Sebastien Sutherland


Can I wash Sunsation out of my clothes?

Yes! Although Sunsation is waterproof, it will wash out with a mild laundry detergent, like our Washcraft laundry detergent for cycling gear.

Is Sunsation suitable for my sensitive skin?

Yes! Sunsation is a very neutral sunscreen with many natural ingredients. It is suitable for all skin types.

Can I use Sunsation on my face?

Yes, you can use Sunsation on your face thanks to its skin-friendly and plant-based formula. It's even suitable for sensitive skin types. Sunsation is non-sticky and quickly absorbs into your skin.

What's the difference between SPF 30+ and SPF 50+ sunscreen, and which one should I use?

SPF (what stands for Sun Protection Factor) measures how well a sunscreen protects against UVB rays, which cause sunburn. SPF 30 blocks about 97% of UVB rays, while SPF 50 blocks about 98%. Both provide effective protection when used correctly. SPF 30+ is suitable for daily use and offers adequate protection for most people. However, if you have fair or sensitive skin or plan to be outdoors for an extended period, SPF 50+ may offer extra reassurance and safety.

Protect your skin with Sunsation.

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