SUNSCREEN FOR FACE


SUNSCREEN FOR FACE

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Within people’s lifetimes, people’s skin is exposed to the sun’s heat radiation, which could cause major issues. If you don’t know, the sun has ultraviolet rays such as UVA, UVB, and UBC, which can damage your skin. Having too much sun exposure for tanning face can cause sunburns, skin damage, skin cancer, and premature skin aging. Prevention to all of this is to use sunscreens. Sunscreen is designed to help us stay safe and protect us from sun’s harmful UV radiation. Sunscreen is very important to the human body because the sun can harm the skin on our body. It’s best to use sunscreen that has SPF in it which measures the sunscreen protection from the UVB rays. There are three different types of ways sunscreens can come as, gel, lotion, or spray. While everyone is telling you to wear sunscreen, it can be tough to figure out what type of sunscreen you should be wearing on your face and it all depends on your skin type.

SUNSCREENS FOR DIFFERENT SKIN TYPES

Dry Skin

People with dry skin should use sunscreens that are thick, moisturizing, hydrating, and creamy.

Oily Skin

Your skin tends to get oiler during the summer, so pick a sunscreen that is water or gel based. They will work the best for your skin type because it will provide a cooling effect on your skin. Also, it could calm your breakouts if you have any.

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Normal Skin

Use a sunscreen that is lotion based since your skin isn’t to dry or oily. A lotion based sunscreen will make sure your skin gets the right amount of hydration your skin needs without making you look oily.

Combination Skin

Since you have combination skin, you probably have certain parts of your face that are oily and some parts that are dry. Pick a sunscreen that is between a gel and serum and one that dries weightless on the skin.

Sensitive Skin

Those with sensitive skin should use zinc oxide and titanium dioxide formulas, which is a mineral sunscreen.

Darker Skin Tones

People with darker skin that tan easily in the sun and barely burn might feel like they do not need to use sunscreen but they do. Just like a sunburn, getting a tan can result in DNA damage from the exposure to the sun’s harmful UV radiation. Some sunscreens can look ashy and chalky on their skin if it’s based with titanium. Chemical sunscreens are the best choice for darker skin tones.

Fair Skin Tones

Those that have fair skin should use sunscreens that have an SPF 30 or above for extra protection from the sun.

SUNSCREEN TIPS EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW

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  • Pick a sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher
  • Apply sunscreen at least 30 minutes before you leave so that it absorbs into your skin
  • Reapply your sunscreen every two hours because it will wear off
  • Don’t forget to put sunscreen under your eye
  • Make sure you never run out of sunscreen because no matter what temperature it is outside, you can still get a sunburn
  • Wear sunscreen during the colder seasons because even though it’s colder that have nothing to do with the strength of the sun’s UV rays
  • Wear sun protecting clothes
  • Pricier sunscreens aren’t necessarily more effective
  • Try using a chemical sunscreen to avoid looking chalky
  • Skip spray sunscreens and use lotions
  • Avoid sunscreens with vitamin A
  • Try to get UVB and UVA protection
  • To protect the lips, use a lip balm that has sunscreen in it
  • Check the expiration date because some sunscreens ingredients might degrade as time go by
  • Shake it well before you apply so that the ingredients mix together
  • Just because its natural do not mean it’s non-toxic
  • Don’t breathe in spray sunscreen
  • Apply sunscreen under your makeup and also use makeup products that have sunscreen in it
  • Pay attention to the ingredients
  • The sun’s rays are the strongest between the hours 10 am to 4 pm
  • Don’t put sunscreen on babies that are younger than 6 months