Skincare companies are ramping up their SPF-based products in response to customers being more aware of the dangers of too much sun.
Although these SPF moisturizers are nice, some healthy TLC from your regular sunscreen should always be considered as well.Researchers used a UV-light to capture how participants applied the SPF moisturizers compared to sunscreen. Results showed that participants applied sunscreen more thoroughly and SPF moisturizer users sometimes missed spots. Plus, the sunscreen was more absorbent.
One of the main reasons a Moisturizer or Makeup with Spf may not be enough to fully protect your skin is the low percentage of protection which is normally around a 15 Spf. When you are choosing a Sunscreen opting for 30 Spf or higher will help... https://t.co/t40pTXTn1X— platinum skin (@PlatinumSkin_) July 8, 2018