Did you know skin cancer is one of the most common concerns due to increased ultraviolet exposure from the sun? Wearing sunscreen regularly will help protect your skin. Here’s a guide on when to use the different formulations available:
Sport and other outdoor activities – Choose quick-drying formulas with sweat-resistance.
Road trips – Ensure your car has tinted windows and apply a facial SPF30 sunscreen to skin.
The office – UV travels through glass so you still need protection. Choose an antioxidant moisturiser with broad-spectrum protection. Antioxidants act like sponges, quenching nasty by-products from our UV interaction.
Beach – Bring out the big guns – only SPF50+ will do at the beach. Look for water-resistance for at least 40 minutes.
If you haven’t got into the habit of wearing sunscreen daily, scroll through the gallery to find out why you need it as part of your daily routine.