STAYING FRESH IN THE SUN
Staying fresh in the sun entails so many things but most importantly using a sunscreen is number one. Research has it that “sun protective factor” (SPF) does not signify how strong the SPF is but how long it will keep you protected from the sun. It is calculated by how many minutes it would normally take for your skin to burn multiplied by the number (SPF value) that tells you how long it should last.
Sunscreen is safe and can protect your skin against premature aging, it is however not effective unless applied correctly.
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RULES TO USING SUNSCREEN
– Apply sunscreen generously at least 15 minutes before going into the sun, thereby giving your skin enough time to absorb it in and keep you protected.
– Remember to cover the most vulnerable areas of your body–– the back of the neck, top of your feet, your entire face and forehead, especially the nose and tips of your ears, backs of your knees and hands, and arms.
– Remember to reapply sunscreen at least every two hours or as desired.