4 Tips and Hacks for Getting the Most Protection From Your Sunscreen

Priyansh Ha |Apr 08, 2019

Using sunscreen is not just about getting a random type of sunscreen and applying it on your skin like any other products.

Summer is on the way! If the scorching sun and sweat are already getting to you, we don’t blame you. Apart from hats, umbrella or sunglasses, one of the most powerful item for your skin in the summer is sunscreen. It is the most effective product which can prevent your skin from exposing to the sun directly.

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Applying sunscreen is the essential step you cannot skip in the morning skincare routine.  It is packed with ingredients which protect your skin from the harsh UVA and UVB rays. These rays are the main cause of skin cancer, tanning, dark spots, and pigmentation. However, using sunscreens is not just about getting a random brand and applying it on your skin like any other products. To get the best result with maximum protection, here are few tips for you to follow:

1. Get A Sunscreen Which Has Sun Protection Factor (SPF) 30 Or Above

You must have heard about “SPF” somewhere. With 1 SPF = 10 minutes of protection, a sunscreen with SPF 30 means it can protect your skin for 300 minutes. For daily purpose, it’s enough to protect your skin from sunny hours.

2. Sunscreen Is Unavoidable Even When Your Other Products Have SPF

It’s none other than sunscreen which functions as the most powerful for your skin. Even when your BB cream or foundation are said to include SPF, don’t forget to apply a layer of sunscreen first as it is irreplaceable.

Reapply the product to get the best protection for your skin.

3. Reapply It Every 3-4 Hours

The problem is the first layer of sunscreen will be wiped off due to sweat and excess oil on your faces. That’s why we need to reapply it frequently.

4.  All Your Exposed Skin Need To Be Protected

Some people think that only our face need protection. It’s is completely wrong! Every single part of your body which exposes face the risk of getting burnt and damaged. Therefore, using sunscreens for your body is as important as for your face.


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