Sunscreen And Its Benefits

Sunscreen, also known as sunblock, is a lotion, spray, gel topical product that is applied on the skin to absorbs or reflects some of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation and thus helps protect against sunburn. Sunscreen protects the skin from the harsh effects of exposure to the sunlight.


Wearing sunscreen should be a crucial part of your skincare routine, and without it, you are exposing the sensitive skin on your face to unnecessary damage from sun exposure.

Sunburns weakens your skin, subjecting it to bruises, peeling, swelling, redness, hives, and itching. Even the slightest of sunburns can have a damaging effect on the skin. Sunscreen helps to minimize the penetration of UV rays into the skin and the triggering of a variety of skin disorder.

Sunscreen is effective in reducing the risk of developing a variety of skin cancers especially, melanoma. Sunscreen must be applied consistently over a period of time to shield your skin from the risk of various types of skin cancer.

This is one of the convincing reasons to start the use of sunscreen, as sunscreen prevents shields your skin from developing signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines caused by over exposure to sunlight.

Using sunscreen on your face helps to keep your complexion even and prevents the appearance of red veins. Sun damage is one of the many causes of uneven skin tones and daily application of sunscreen helps to prevent those effects.

The essential skin proteins, such as collagen, keratin, and elastin are protected by sunscreen. These proteins are required for keeping the skin smooth and healthy

It is advisable to use sunscreen every day as sunscreens act as a shield against the harmful UV rays which penetrates every time your skin is exposed to the sun. Sunscreen should be used consistently as the advantage is felt in the long run.

Most people worry sunscreen lotions will cause them to break out and make their skin appear oily. However, type of product you use will depend on the length of time you plan to spend out in the sun and the activities you will be doing. You will also want to consider your skin type when selecting a product. Allergy or acne-prone skin will benefit from fragrance- and preservative-free products, while those with dry skin will want to seek out daily moisturizers with sunscreen added.


Protect your skin today, purchase a variety of sunscreen products from any SPAR outlet close to you.


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