Friday, 24 May 2019

Pick Your Best Defence Against The Sun


It was easier to choose a sunscreen before because there were not many choices. However, as companies understood the requirement of sunscreens, the number of sunscreens available increased rapidly. How can you choose when there are so many options available and what are the factors you have to go by?

Sunscreen is the easiest method for sun protection because all you have to do is apply it to your skin. Even a few minutes of exposure in the sun can be dangerous for your skin, and if you do not apply sunscreen then you are at a higher risk of skin damage. Other problems include premature skin aging and skin discoloration. The longer you are out in the sun without sunscreen, the higher your chances of skin damage from the sun. While the list of sunscreens is increasing by the day, how can you pick one that is the right one for you?

Factors To Consider When You Choose The Best Sunscreen


If you want to save your skin from any kind of damage from the sun’s harmful rays, then sunscreen is your savior. Consider these five important factors when picking the best sunscreen for you:

     Broad-Spectrum Protection


The sunscreen you choose should be able to protect you from both UVA rays and UVB rays. A broad-spectrum sunscreen is what will enable you to get maximum protection when you step out in the sun.

     PABA Free


The sunscreen should be PABA (Para-aminobenzoic acid) free. Earlier, PABA was an active ingredient in sunscreens. The problem with PABA is it can lead to deep pigmentation that increases the risk of skin cancer and causes skin allergies as well.

     SPF 15 Or Above


SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. The number after ‘SPF’ denotes the protection level that the sunscreen provides you with against UVB rays. Choose a sunscreen that has SPF 15 or more, because the higher the number, the more protection it can provide you with.

     Cream Based


While there are tons of sunscreens in various forms available, such as sprays and powders, you should use sunscreens that are cream based. The spray and powder sunscreens can cause health problems as they contain nanoparticles which can easily get into your bloodstream.

     Skin Type


You should consider your skin type before you go out and buy sunscreen for yourself. There are gel based sunscreens available for people with oily skin, moisturizing sunscreens for people with dry skin, and so on.

Kaya Sunscreen Range


Kaya Clinic has a range of sunscreens for you to choose from for any skin type. All of Kaya’s sunscreens are PABA free and provide you with broad-spectrum protection so you know that your skin is going to be safe even when you are venturing out in the sun. Kaya sunscreen range provides the perfect level of sun protection and the variety of products enable you to choose one that is best for your skin and the level of protection you are looking for.

Here is a quick run-through of Kaya sunscreen options you can choose from.

     Sunscreen For Sensitive Skin

An SPF 15 sunscreen formulated for people with sensitive skin. It is suitable for people with dry skin as well.

     Ultra Light Aquagel Sunscreen SPF 25

An SPF 25 Kaya sunscreen that is great for acne-prone and oily skin individuals.

     Youth Protect Sunscreen SPF 50

This sunscreen is suitable for any skin type and gives you a lot more protection from the harmful sun rays. It protects you against premature skin aging.

     Daily Moisturizing Sunscreen SPF 30

This Kaya sunscreen is for normal and dry skin types which can be used on a daily basis. It is lightweight and provides amazing protection.

     Daily Use Sunscreen SPF 30

This daily use sunscreen is formulated for people with oily skin and those with combination skin types. It helps protect you from tanning too.

     Sweat Proof Sunscreen

This Kaya sunscreen is for all types of skin types and the lightweight formula ensures sweat cannot decrease its effectiveness.

Now you can protect yourself from harmful rays with Kaya’s sunscreen range. Goodbye skin damage from the sun and hello beautiful skin.

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