Why protect yourself from the sun's rays?

Beautiful and warm days are looking out from around the corner, and summer is fast approaching. Sun protection is very important, especially during the summer months. Sunscreen will help you avoid burns and skin damage, which will reduce the risk of cancer, disease, and prevent premature skin aging. No matter what shade or type of skin you have - sun protection is essential. Remember that UV sunscreen wears off over time. It is advisable to apply it several times a day.

UVA and UVB? But what are they?

UVA rays are responsible for skin aging. It can be said that they are responsible for the most visible effects, such as wrinkles.Be careful, these rays penetrate deep into the skin destroying collagen fibers. UVB rays are responsible for sunburns, both from the sea and from the mountains. These rays pose the greatest danger to the skin because they act directly on the dermis. In 90% of cases, they are responsible for skin cancer.

And what is the SPF?

The SPF, or sun protection factor, usually equal to 15, 30 and 50, indicates the product's ability to protect against UVB rays:

  • Low protection: SPF of 6 to 10
  • Medium protection: SPF 15 to 25
  • high protection: SPF 30 to 50
  • Ultra high protection: SPF 50+.

AND PA? What does it mean?

PA is the sun protection factor against UVA rays: PA+, PA++ , PA++, PA++++. The more pluses you see, the more protection you get. By using a cream with these two indicators, you are not only protecting your skin from disease and burns, but also from aging!


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