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Sunscreen: One of the most important products for sun protection is sunscreen, and you should endeavor to use it every day, even when it's cloudy. Look for a broad-spectrum sunscreen (this means it protects against UVA and UVB rays) with an SPF of 30 or higher. Remember to reapply every two hours if outdoors, especially after swimming or sweating.Learn More
One of the main issues that brand owners run into when developing sunscreens is the limited amount of UV filters approved for use in the USA. Compared to places like Europe, where a broad range of modern filters can be used to create non-greasy, invisible sunscreens, these are just not available for use in the USA – at the moment.Learn More
One of the most significant changes our skin undergoes is in our 30s. This is a time when our skin begins to lose collagen at a rate of around 1% per year. This loss leads to decreased elasticity and the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.Learn More
Many often conflate oily skin with moisturized skin. However, even if you suffer from an abundance of natural oils, it’s still important to moisturize. Many products used to treat oily skin - and conditions such as acne that this skin type is prone to – actually dry out the skin.Learn More
If you’re not out tanning, spending your day in the blazing sunlight, or saying goodbye to your summer holidays, you may think SPF is not so much of an important step in your skincare routine anymore.
But, you’d be very wrong to think like that!Learn More