Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Why You Should Use Sunscreen Everyday


Do you avoid sun protection because you think it is unnecessary? Think again. UV rays can cause skin burns, skin damage, and in extreme cases, it can even lead to skin cancer. Protecting yourself from the sun is the first precautionary step if you care about your skin.

People assume that walking out in the sun, even during peak times, is not a big deal. Because the sun does not seem like it can damage much if you quickly go and then get in the shade. While the damage due to sun’s rays may not be very visible, it does not mean that your skin does not get damaged. Why do you want to expose your skin when you know the potential damage that UVA and UVB rays can cause? And no, getting vitamin D is not an excuse to stay out in the sun without sun protection.

Research shows that many people can get sufficient vitamin D when they are outside in the sun for up to 30 minutes. And that too, only twice a week! However, staying out in the sun knowing the potential dangers of the sun’s harmful rays is not acceptable since you are putting yourself at risk.

How Sunscreen Can Protect You


It is time to take sunscreen seriously if you have not been doing so until now. Research shows that regular sunscreen application decreases the chances of skin cancer drastically. In addition, you will notice a decrease in skin discoloration when you start to apply sunscreen every day. A lot of research has gone into making sure sunscreens are created with the right ingredients and have been tested to make sure they don't cause any skin problems.  People who don’t use sunscreen generally have older looking skin; they get wrinkles, crow feet, and show visible signs of aging. Sun protection through sunscreen ensures your skin remains youthful and radiant.

A Women applying sunscreen


However, you need to ensure that you know a few tips when you are applying sunscreen on a daily basis. You should apply the sunscreen at least 30 minutes before you step out in the sun. This gives time for the sunscreen to settle onto your skin. You should ideally re-apply the sunscreen every two to three hours if you are outdoors. You should make sure that you apply sunscreen to all the exposed skin areas in your body so that you are protected from skin damage of any type. You should seek shade whenever possible so that your skin is safe.

How Kaya Sunscreen Range Can Help


Kaya’s range of sunscreens enables you to protect yourself from the sun no matter what. Kaya sunscreen is created by expert dermatologists to ensure the formula is safe and can help protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays. You no longer have to fear the sun because you have the best protection possible. There are six different Kaya sunscreens for you to select from and you can use them depending on your skin type and the type of protection you are looking for. Doctors recommend broad-spectrum sunscreen and all of Kaya’s sunscreens are just that.

The Daily Use Sunscreen from Kaya protects you from tanning and is SPF (Sun Protection Factor) 30. It is suitable for all skin types. Ultra-Light Aqua Gel Sunscreen by Kaya comes with SPF 25 and protects acne-prone, and oily skin. Kaya’s Youth Protect Sunscreen SPF 50 comes with intense protection that enables your skin to be protected from skin damage and premature skin aging. Kaya Sunscreen for Sensitive Skin is perfect for you if you have sensitive skin. Daily Moisturizing Sunscreen protects people who have dry skin and Sweat Proof Sunscreen from Kaya clinic is perfect if you tend to sweat a lot.

You never again have to suffer from skin damage from sun when you have Kaya sunscreen by your side. Choose from the range of sunscreens that it offers and protect your skin from UVA rays and UVB rays always.


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