SunSeal™ by Microskin

SunSeal™ by Microskin™ redefines what sun protection should be, by offering what we believe is the most durable, reliable sun protection available, anywhere.


The complete protection

SunSeal™ is an easy to spray on liquid that has a transparent non-greasy texture and is invisible on the skin, it doesn’t leave any creamy white residue and once applied you’d never know it is there.

Since 2005, Microskin™ has been a world leader in “simulated skin” technology. Our Microskin™ technology is scientifically proven to last on the skin for up to 7 days, is completely waterproof and is today used all over the world by leading Dermatologists, hospitals, medical centres and skin specialists.

Made in Australia, SunSeal™ using Microskin™ technology and organic UVA and UVB blockers is manufactured to the highest of standards to protect you and your family from the UVB rays that “burn the skin” and the UVA rays that “age the skin”.

How it works

SunSeal™ is like no other sunscreen ever before. SunSeal™ is developed using the patented Microskin™ technology that forms a micro thin film that we call a “simulated skin” that specifically protects your skin from damaging UVA and UVB rays.

SunSeal™ is not absorbed into the skin, it binds to the skin cells on the surface of the skin and creates a protective micro barrier effectively sealing your natural skin from the potential damage the suns harmful rays cause. SunSeal™ protects your skin from cellular damage caused by the sun and combats premature ageing but allows your skin to breathe, flex, sweat just like it would normally do at any time of the day.


Microskin™ efficacy has been demonstrated via numerous independent clinical studies carried out by world renowned scientists, Doctors and Dermatologists. Since 2005 Dermatologist’s around the world have been recommending Microskin™ technology for the benefits it provides as a simulated skin.



Exceptionally high, broad photostable organic UVA/UVB blockers.


SunSeal™ complies with Australian (TGA), USA (FDA), and EU regulatory standards.