Skin Care Tip of the Day: People are more aware of applying sunscreen when it’s hot outside like in June, July or August, but did you know that you’re getting the same amount of damaging UV rays even though it’s cooler? The UVB rays are less strong now so you won’t get sunburn as much, but the UVA rays (the ones that cause wrinkles) are just as strong! It just doesn’t feel like the sun is as strong. So enjoy these nice cool days of Fall but be sure to apply a generous amount of sunscreen every day, inside or out.
Of all the categories of skin care products, sunscreens are the most likely to cause negative skin reactions on the skin. And mostly, it’s rashes or acne breakouts from the use of sunscreen. The good news is there have been a lot of advancements in sun protecting ingredients, so if you still shy away from sunscreens because of past bad experiences, you just haven’t found the right one yet. Our Daily Protection SPF 30 is one of our best selling sunscreens and contains 7% Zinc Oxide allowing the formula to be lightweight and greaseless.
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