Why SPF 50 sunscreen? Protect your skin from Harmful UVA/UVB/IRR Rays

SPF 50 sunscreen

Why SPF 50 sunscreen? Protect your skin from Harmful UVA/UVB/IRR Rays

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What is SPF?

Sun Protection Factor, known as SPF, protects against UVA and UVB rays, which cause skin damage and may lead to skin cancer. Sunburn prevention rises with the SPF number. The sun’s UVB rays cause tanning and sunburns, while its UVA rays are responsible for premature aging and skin cancer.

Sunscreen with an SPF of 30 provides sufficient protection from UVB radiation and can aid in avoiding sunburns and skin damage. SPF 30 blocks 96.7% of UVB rays, whereas SPF 50 blocks 98%. Both offer excellent defense against the sun’s damaging rays.

Sunscreen shields your skin with SPF of 15 – 100 from the sun’s damaging rays. It helps to reduce this risk by blocking or absorbing the UV radiation that can damage your skin cells. Long-term sun exposure can hasten the skin’s aging process, resulting in wrinkles, age spots, and loss of skin suppleness. Sunscreen helps to prevent sunburns and tanning and the risk of other skin problems such as sun rash, blisters, and discoloration.

Wearing sunscreen is essential in protecting your face as well as sun-exposed body parts. Due to skin protection from the harmful effects of the sun, it is advised to liberally and often apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher throughout the day, especially outdoors.

Benefits of Making SPF Your BFF

Using SPF 50 sunscreen helps to shield the sun-exposed body from UVA/UVB rays, which cause tanning, sunburns, premature aging, and skin cancer.

  1. Removes Dark Spots:- Using sunscreen, you can prevent the UV rays from boosting melanin synthesis and aggravating the spots’ appearance. SPF 50 sunscreen acts as a shield, stopping melanin from being produced excessively.
  2. Reduces hyperpigmentation:- Using sunscreen can effectively prevent the recurrence of melasma and stop hyperpigmentation from worsening by blocking the harmful UV radiation from reaching the skin.
  3. Provides Skin Hydration:- Hyaluronic acid sunscreen is a great way to hydrate your skin from damaging sun rays. It enhances skin texture and works to moisturize and plump the skin. Its anti-inflammatory properties also help to soothe irritated or sensitive skin and reduce the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles.
  4. Prevents dryness:- Ceramides can improve hydration and aid in moisture retention. It provides hydrated skin and goes well with Peptides.

Qualities an SPF 50 sunscreen should have:

  • 🌿 Hypoallergenic & non-comedogenic – won’t clog your pores! 
  • 🕊️ Lightweight – blends effortlessly into your skin 
  • 🚫 Scent-free – no allergies coming your way 
  • 💦 Water-resistant & sweat-proof – dive into water without any worry 
  • 🛡️ Broad Spectrum protection maintains your skin’s elasticity while keeping it smooth, firm
  • ✨ Higher the protection grade of PA+++ for top-notch UVA defense offered by the sunscreen.
  • 🔬 Dermatologically tested – because your skin deserves the best!

Sunscreen with 50 or 30 SPF with few active ingredients gives the additional benefit of nourishment to your skin with protection such as

  • Titanium Dioxide:- Works as a physical sunblock agent that reflects and scatters UV radiation, protecting the skin from sun damage.
  • Zinc Oxide:- Its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, oil-absorbing, and anti-aging properties help with acne treatment and wound healing and minimize wrinkles and fine lines.

Directions for use:

To get the most out of your SPF 50 sunscreen, here are some tips for applying it effectively:

  • Apply sunscreen 15-20 minutes before going outside to allow it to blend into the skin.
  • Use a generous amount of sunscreen to cover all exposed areas of the skin.
  • Reapply sunscreen every 3-4 hours or even after swimming, sweating, or towel-drying.
  • You can always go for mineral-based sunscreen face powder if you are unwilling to apply sunscreen after makeup.
  • Wear caps and sunglasses to protect your skin from sun damage.

Go sleeveless with our spf 50 sunscreen

We strongly suggest using an SPF 50 sunscreen to protect your skin. It protects your skin from sunburns, premature aging, and skin cancer while simultaneously hydrating the skin and preventing dryness. When purchasing an SPF 50 sunscreen, ensure it is lightweight, easily absorbed, and has active ingredients like titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. A daily dose of broad-spectrum sunscreen helps in a youthful glowy look. If you’re picking a sunscreen, anything with PA+++ is good enough and offers high protection. Remember to apply sunscreen frequently to reduce the risk of skin damage from sun exposure. Adhering to these guidelines and using the appropriate sunscreen with SPF 50 or 30 allows you to relish outdoor activities without compromising your skin’s health and appearance.

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