Unfortunately, most of the damage to the skin from UV radiation is beneath the surface and happens so slowly that we don't realize how much damage is being done.
Most people know that exposure to UV radiation can cause sun damage to the skin, including sunburn, photoaging, and increased risk of skin cancer. But did you know this damage also occurs when you walk from your house to your car or sit next to a window during the day? Even those little bits of exposure add up over the years and can cause wrinkles, dark spots and skin cancer.
Sunscreen DecisionsThere are several factors to consider when picking out a sunscreen:
- How sunscreens work
- Everyday sunscreen vs out-in-the-sun sunscreen
- Using a sunscreen alone vs sunscreen plus moisturizer
- Understanding the UV-index
- How to be safe in the sun
Sunscreen Bottom LineYou've worked hard to take care of your skin by cleansing and moisturizing it. Don't undo all those benefits by exposing it to UV radiation. Find a good broad-spectrum sunscreen and make its application a part of your daily routine like brushing your teeth and bathing.
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