Make Sure To Use Sunscreen When You’re Flying In An Airplane


Skin Care Tip of the Day: Did you know that when you are in an airplane, you’re closer to the sun so UV damage is at its greatest? The windows on an airplane do not filter out damaging UV rays, so even though you are not in direct sunlight, you are still be exposed to the harmful rays, resulting in skin aging and wrinkles. Wear a minimum of an SPF #15 on the face, neck and sides of the neck. Foundation makeup containing SPF is not enough, it must be in your moisturizer.

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