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Post by ANJANI TETLI on Sun Oct 25, 2009 8:13 am

What You Must Know

UVB radiation is the sun's burning ray
and has an immediate, harmful impact on skin. Damage from UVB rays
takes place within the very first minute (yes, 60 seconds) of walking
outside.

UVA rays are the sun's silent killers. You
don't feel them but they are the primary cause of skin cancer and
wrinkles. (UVA rays penetrate through clear glass windows that do not
have a UV coating.)


Even on a cloudy or hazy day, the sun's rays are present and impacting the skin.


  • Sitting in the shade or wearing a hat only protects against a portion of the sun's rays.
    Plus, other surrounding surfaces such as water, cement, and grass
    reflect the rays from the ground to your skin giving you a double
    whammy of exposure.

    Altitude is a sun enhancer: for every 1,000-foot increase in altitude, the sun's potency increases by 4%.

  • a product's SPF (sunscreen protection factor) number tells you how long you can stay in the sun before getting burned.
    If you can normally stay in the sun 15 minutes before you start turning
    pink, an SPF 15 product will let you stay in the sun for approximately
    3 1/2 hours without burning. If you begin turning pink after 10
    minutes, an SPF 15 will let you stay in the sun approximately 2 1/2
    hours. The formula is 10 (minutes) x 15(SPF) = 150 (minutes), or 2 1/2
    hours. If you're swimming or perspiring, you must wear a
    water-resistant sunscreen which provides 40 to 80 minutes of protection
    before you need to reapply it to maintain a sufficient level of
    protection.

PROTECT YOURSELF FROM DAMAGING UVA AND UVB RAYS.

ALWAYS USE DAYTIME MOISTURIZER WITH SPF 15 OR HIGHER.

STAY TUNED MORE TO COME ON SUN PROTECTION WHAT INGRIEDIENTS TO LOOK FOR IN A SUNSCREEN FOR MAXIMUM PROTECTION.

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