Raise your hand if you have personally felt like giving up when choosing a sunscreen. While very few people debate its importance, many people still do not wear it because they simply cannot find one that works for them. Believe you me, we get it, because we have been there.
There are a whole lot of technical considerations when it comes to choosing sunscreens but we all know that it all still boils down to whether it feels right for you ? Here are our biggest tips when it comes to sunscreen:
Let us be honest this is probably the worst part of wearing sun protection. Because I mean who wants to explain to everyone that the reason why they look sick is because of their sunscreen?
We all dread trying on a sunscreen and seeing that weird whitish colour !
However gone are the days when you had to chose whether you wanted to protect your self from the harmful rays of the sun or your reputation among your colleagues, lol. If the reason why you ditched your sunscreen, or absolutely hated wearing it in the morning was because of a cast, we’ve got good news for you…the storm is over. Feel free to consult with us for guidance when you want to steer clear from products with a white cast.
Shine bright like a diamond
Greasy sunscreens can be one of the biggest nightmares. Because unlike the white cast that could be hidden under make up, the shine always peeks through. Worst part, even the ones that claimed to be non-greasy were still greasy.
That combined with the white cast becomes absolutely tragic! But right now there are so many varieties that will completely work with your skin type. Here a few sunscreens that aren’t greasy:
Inadequate sunscreen protection
Life maybe better with a tan but you know what isn’t fun, sun damage. Generally an SPF of 30 or higher is recommended. But another tip is to look for a broad spectrum sunscreen which will help protect against both UVA and UVB rays.
UVA rays can cause premature aging, while UVB rays can cause sunburns. Look for a sunscreen that is labelled “broad-spectrum.” Find options that work for each skin type below:
Dry skin sunscreens
Oily skin sunscreens
Sensitive skin sunscreens
Here are some additional tips to make sure you stay completely protected:
- Reapply regularly: Sunscreen should be reapplied every two hours, or more often if you are sweating or swimming.
- Consider other forms of sun protection: While a Sun cream should be one part of your sun protection routine. Wear protective clothing, such as a wide-brimmed hat and long-sleeved shirt, and seek shade during the hottest part of the day.
Ready to get your SPF on!
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