Sun-rays are harmful and damaging despite what your thermometer says; particularly the UVA rays which are responsible for aging skin. UVA radiation reaches deeper into the skin and contribute to wrinkles and skin cancer risk.
Applying sunscreen should never restrict to summer alone, your skin should be protected in every season of everyday.
- Shields from harmful UV rays:
As much as we need a little bit of exposure of sun to get Vitamin D, it doesn’t mean that you put yourself at risk. Too much of sun exposure can put us at a higher risk of getting affected from the harmful rays of sun. Applying sunscreen actually blocks these harmful rays from penetrating the skin and triggering skin disorders.
- Prevents pre-mature aging:
Sunscreen shields your skin from developing signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines. According to latest research, it has been revealed that people below the age of 55 who used sunscreen had 24% lesser chances of developing aging signs than non-sunscreen and occasional sunscreen users.
- Lowers skin cancer risk
Daily usage of sunscreen protect your skin from the risk of various types of skin cancer, especially, melanoma. This is the worst type of skin cancers, which can be life threatening for women, particularly those who are in their 20s.
- Prevents sunburn
Influence of HUV rays can cause your skin repeated attacks of peeling, swelling, redness and itching. Sunburn can weaken your skin.
- You don’t need to apply it after swim
Most of the sunscreens available these days are waterproof. This enables you to enjoy yourself in the water, without burning yourself.