Learn More About Hampton Sun
The Hampton Sun skin care collection features only products with broad-spectrum protection to shield the skin from both UVA and UVB rays. In addition, the formulas are enriched with antioxidants, making them capable of fighting free radical damage related to UV exposure as well. All of the formulas are tested to ensure that they are hypoallergenic and safe for all skin types. Get serious about protecting your skin and enjoy your time in the sun with Hampton Sun products.
Hampton Sun is much more than a collection of prestige sun protection products. Founders Salvatore Piazzolla and Grant Wilfley have created luxurious formulas that are extremely beneficial for the skin.
To start, they've sourced the finest botanical ingredients to naturally nourish and fortify your skin. Aloe vera is a proven hydrator and skin softener, and can make sunscreen products more effective. Aloe vera also cools the skin after a day spent outdoors in the sun. Grape seed oil, emblica fruit extract, and green tea oil are all potent antioxidants. By halting free radicals, they help to repair and prevent the signs of aging. Almond oil, jojoba oil, and walnut oil are conditioning agents. They protect your skin from the drying effects of the sun. Both ginger extract and ginko biloba stimulate circulation, which results in firmer, more radiant skin. Seaweed is an exfoliant. It gently removes the dead skin cells that dull your complexion. And fermented red raspberry, called erythulose, helps a sunless tan look natural and last longer.
Hampton Sun takes these botanicals and combines them with the most progressive sun care technology available. The formulas feature ingredients that keep damaging UV rays from penetrating your skin. Some of these ingredients reflect the rays and others absorb them. To meet the needs of their discerning clientele, Hampton Sun offers a range of SPF in their products, including 45 and 70 for babies and kids.
In addition to high-end skincare, Hampton Sun also offers a fragrance, Privet Bloom, inspired by the flowering plant that is synonymous with the Hamptons.