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Time travel with an SPF in the purse

Air ,water pollution sweat ,dehydration …and in a very specific way the sun the big red planet and her UVB UVA may affect your skin and destroy it cells through time and makes you look 10 times older than your real age but in order to achieve the baby skin we represent for you your secret weapon the sunscreen

WHAT’S THE SPF FOR

OTHER THAN CLEANING AND MOISTURIZING YOUR SKIN NEEDS PROTECTION THAT’S WHY THE LABORATORY HAS FOUND OUT THAT THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS VERY HEALTHY SKIN IS THE SPF SUN PROTECTION FACTOR

Different types of SPF

what does the number SPF means?

It tells you how long the sun’s UV radiation would take to redden your skin versus the amount of time without any sunscreen as SPF 30 allows only about 3 percent rays to hit your skin but as for SPF 50 allows only PERCENT UNTIL 100 is quite to 0 ,5 percent rays to hit your skin of course with reminding of replying it every 2h

affect of the sun on the face for 40 year old man

as we can see in the picture the example of a track driver with half of the face exposed to sun and the other half is covered and throw time we can see the result

choosing a sunscreen

Sunscreen comes in many forms as we can tell for example 4 basics forms

Water-resistant sunscreen for summer time ,,,full cover SPF with tent cover for full coverage,,,,spray SPF and finally lotion SPF

Comments

  1. AhmedKhalil76 says:

    New information for me, this is the first time I hear about the SPF number, valuable and important information.

    It is good to mention the types of sunscreen and show the difference between them, great and special work

    But I have two notes:
    1- The sun is not a big red planet. It’s a big red star.
    2- Try to use images that do not have any watermarks.

    with my best wishes.

  2. Debora says:

    Hello Maryem. If you want to protect your skin from ageing, sunscreen is a must. Using sunscreen can also reduce the risk of skin cancer, which is in most cases the result of the UV-B rays. Sunburn is also very painful, so it`s a good idea to protect yourself every day, not just on the beach.

    Regards,

    Debora

  3. LineCowley says:

    Hi there, protecting your skin from the harmful effects of the sun is very important. I use a facial moisturiser that has a SPF factor of 15, but I still feel that it does not give me enough protection if I am going to be out in the open. Wearing a hat when you are outside, also helps, as well as drinking enough water to keep your skin hydrated. Thank you for making us aware of the importance of SPF.

  4. Rene K. says:

    wow, Ive never realized just how much we need something like sunblock in our daily beauty regimes.  My mom actually was advising me yesterday to start wearing sunblock on places like the tops of the ears to help prevent skin cancer.  Its crazy to think that something as small as applying a little ointment to your ears can save your life!  This was a great post! thank you!

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