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Summer is here! Finally! But along with the beach, cocktails and bikinis comes skin burning rays from the sun. Skin cancer is on the rise, obviously, and we are only smart to protect ourselves. I made a suncreen buying guide to help you decide which is the best for you. Hope this helps!
Many sunscreens advertise UVB, UVA and ultraviolet protection. But, depending on our geographic region, skin type, sun intensity and whether you have been swimming or sweating are important factors to consider when purchasing sunscreen. Most top selling products do a good job at protecting against UVB radiation and UVA radiation but some may not work well with your skin type and the other factors I listed above.
When purchasing sunscreen look for these specific ingredients: Oxybenzone, and nanoscale zinc and titanium oxides, Make sure to spray carefully. Avoid using spray sunscreens on children and remember to always spray into your hands before applying to the face. Make sure to use enough. Use two or three tablespoons of lotion on your body or spray as much as you can rub in. Make sure to reapply every two hours.
take care of your self and enjoy the summer!!!