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Sun Care

Skin damage is a big problem, especially for people who live in areas with lots of sun. You can protect your skin from the damaging effects of UV rays by using sunscreen or wearing protective clothing, but these methods are inconvenient and often don’t work very well. Sun skin care products are designed to help you get protection against UV radiation without having to change your daily routine. Our sunblock lotion absorbs quickly into the skin so that it doesn’t feel greasy or oily. It also works as an anti-aging cream so that you can fight wrinkles at the same time as protecting yourself from harmful rays. We offer several different types of this product including sprays, sticks and roll ons so that you have options for how you want to apply it every day!

FAQS

When most people think about sun protection, they automatically reach for sunscreen. But not everyone knows that sunscreens are available in many different forms–from creams to wipes, gels and even spray!

 

Sunscreens come with different SPF values and you can choose between chemical or physical filters. Chemical filters act like a sponge; when exposed to UV rays, they release a substance that absorbs the harmful radiation. Physical filters don't absorb UV but reflect it with minerals like titanium dioxide or zinc oxide.

 

Sunscreen creams are good for people with dry or normal skin because they moisturize, revitalize and protect the skin from aging. They come in light formulas that don't feel greasy, offer high SPF values to protect against UVA/UVB rays and contain antioxidants to fight free radicals.

 

Sunscreen gels, on the other hand, are especially effective at nourishing and moisturizing the skin and give it a healthy glow and can be safely used even by people with acne-prone or oily skin.

 

Physical sunscreen sprays offer the most practical way of using sun protection because they don't leave white marks like creams or gels. They’re water resistant and quick to apply, so it's easy to re-apply when you feel like your skin needs more protection.

Sunscreens protect against UVB rays while sun blocks safeguard you from both UVA and UVB radiation. That is why it's important to choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or above. Sunblocks are thicker than sunscreens and offer higher SPF values. They also offer more protection against UVA rays because they contain ingredients that absorb the radiation rather than just reflect it away. Sunscreens are good for daily use because they contain less harmful chemicals. They may be greasier than sun blocks but are cheaper, too!

The SPF value of your body sunscreen can range from 15 to 50+ but it's best to stick with 30 or higher for your face because the skin here is thinner and more sensitive.

 

You can choose between a sunscreen or a facial moisturizer with SPF 30 to keep your face safe from the sun. But if you have sensitive skin, it's better to use a sunscreen because moisturizers might contain ingredients that irritate the skin or clog pores.

 

For extra protection, you can always use a separate sunscreen on your face since people spend more time outdoors now than ever before– whether they're commuting to work or going on a vacation.

 

If you want to protect your face from daily damage, choose a sunscreen with vitamin C or antioxidants because they help prevent fine lines and wrinkles. You can also use zinc oxide based sunscreens as they are less sticky than other moisturizing sun blocks.

 

Body sunscreen will do just fine for your face, but if you want to be extra cautious, choose a facial sunscreen because it's more sensitive and gentle. They come in form of creams or lotions which are fast absorbing and non-greasy, ensuring that they don't block pores when applied under makeup.

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