While laying in the sun many forget to apply sunscreen and others just don't think it's necessary. In fact, sunscreen should be applied daily even though you aren't sunbathing. You are exposed to ultraviolet rays every day, which raise your chances of developing skin cancer and premature aging. This solar damage begins to accumulate over time. You can help prevent skin cancer and aging of the skin by using sunscreen every day.
The Benefits of Sunscreen
Reduces the sign of aging
Prevents skin cancer
Helps preventing broken blood vessels
Help maintain an even complexion of skin
Applying sunscreen daily at an early age can help prevent premature wrinkles, fine lines, discoloration.There is a sunscreen for everyone, but knowing what to look for in a sunscreen can help you find the ideal fit.
The SPF rating indicates the degree of UVB radiation protection offered by the sunscreen. More protection is provided by higher SPF ratings, although the difference diminishes as the number rises. About 93 percent of UVB rays are blocked by SPF 15 sunscreens, 97 percent by SPF 30 sunscreens, 98 percent by SPF 50 sunscreens, and 99 percent by SPF 100 sunscreens. You are not totally protected by sunscreen.
Look for a "broad spectrum" protection
This marking is placed on sunscreens that offer UVA and UVB protection. All sunscreen items shield users from UVB rays, which are primarily responsible for sunburn and skin cancer. However, UVA rays also have a role in skin cancer and early aging. Products may only be designated as "wide spectrum" if they pass a certain test. Products that don't protect against both skin cancer and aging must have a notice stating they simply protect against sunburn.
Reapply every 2 hours
You should reapply sunscreen often since it loses its effectiveness over time. If you've been perspiring or immersed in water, this happens significantly more quickly. How long does sunblock* remain effective on skin? Typically, your sunscreen will provide up to two hours of protection.
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