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FAQ on Best Sunscreen Gel for Oily Skin


Most of us use sunscreen gel, but do you really know about the sun protection cream that you are applying to your skin. In this PPT, we will be discussing some of the most asked questions on sunscreen. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Date added: 27 October 2020
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Title: FAQ on Best Sunscreen Gel for Oily Skin

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Which sun protection factor (SPF) should I
choose? The sun protection factor (SPF), (IP),
indicates the additional period that a person who
has applied sun lotion can withstand the sun
before their skin starts to burn.  For example,
if a person burns after 20 minutes without
sunscreen, an index of 15 will provide maximum
protection for 15 times 20 minutes. For the
general population, including children,
dermatologists recommend Sunscreen Gel SPF 50 for
the best protection. Look at your shadow ... To
know when it is best to hide from the sun if it
is smaller than you, it is a signal that the UV
rays are strong and that you should look for
shaded areas.
Do sun products have a protective effect against
UVA rays? Cloud screen? A cloudy veil allows 90
or more of the ultraviolet rays to pass through.
You should therefore apply sunscreen even on
cloudy days. There is not yet a recognized
method for measuring protection against UVA
rays.  However, the best way to protect yourself
from UVA rays is to apply a sunscreen gel for
oily skin that contains either Mexoryl, zinc
oxide, titanium dioxide, or avobenzone.  These
ingredients filter or reflect UVA and UVB rays.
Several sun products offer this
protection. Although UVA and UVB rays affect the
skin differently, both seem to cause skin changes
that can lead to cancer.
Should we apply a higher SPF index to the face
than to the rest of the body? On the most
exposed places, such as the nose and ears, it may
be advisable to choose a higher index. However,
even with a factor of 45 or 60, we are still
talking about a filter and not a total screen. So
there are still UV rays passing through. Does
the total screen exist? The truly "total" screen
does not exist. The so-called products never turn
off all of the light. At best, they protect from
all UVB rays and some UVA rays.
From what age can we apply sunscreen to
children? It is not recommended
applying sunscreen gel to a baby less than six
months old, among other things, because of the
allergic reactions it could cause. It is,
therefore, necessary to look for shady places and
to cover it well with a hat and long
clothes. After six months, you can apply
sunscreen, but avoid sun products that contain
the allergenic ingredients oxybenzone or PABA.
Another rule of thumb if possible, do not expose
your child to the sun from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m
Protective foods against the harmful effects of
the sun Tomato juice Tomato paste Carrot
juice Dark chocolate Berries (raspberry,
blueberry, blackcurrant, cranberry) Brightly
colored vegetables Tea Red wine Grape Red rice
Red bean
Which is the best Sunscreen Gel for Oily
Skin? There are many brands and many sunscreen
gel for oily skin, but which is the best for use.
According to ingredients that they contain,
according to price, and most important according
to the protection that a sunscreen offers here is
Derma Essentia's Sunscreen Gel for oily skin that
gives the best protection for oily skin by giving
a fresh and non-oily look in your face.
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