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Protecting your Skin from Sun is extremely important, which we have explained in the previous PPT. Here we come up with part -2 of this article. We will discuss more on gel sunscreen for the face and why it's soo important. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: How to Protect your Skin from Sun – Part 2

How to Protect your Skin from Sun Part 2
In the previous article, we have discussed why to
protect your skin from UVA and UVB rays and some
important knowledge about sunscreen gel for sun
protection. Here we come up with part -2 of this
article, we will discuss more on gel sunscreen
for face and why its soo important. Lets get
started, if you miss reading the part 1 click
here to read. How and when to use Gel
sunscreen It is important to remember that the
thickness of the sunscreen layer you applied is
the whole essence of protection from the sun.
This is why its important you should know how
to use it. Gel sunscreen should be applied to
all treatments and before makeup (if you use it).
It is because it must be applied on top of the
care. After all, if you spread a regular cream on
top of the sunscreen layer, you will rub the
protection layer, and it will not be
uniform. And because moisturizing will not reach
the skin through makeup. Mke sure Makeup should
be applied over Sunscreen because whats the
point of applying some other cream on top of the
foundation? It will smear. The essence of makeup
is that it is on the surface of the
skin. Foundations do not destroy protection
because filters absorb radiation and do not need
to be on the surface. Analogy if you wear a
T-shirt over a sweater, it will not destroy the
sweaters warmth. Between applying Sunscreen and
makeup, it is better to wait 5-10 minutes to dry
and fix the Sunscreen, so the protection becomes
more reliable. I usually dont wait for that
much. Time in the sun damage.
Apply it with patting movements for the makeup to
damage and break the protection layer as little
as possible. There is no need to wait between the
application of the care and the Sunscreen, but
evaluate what can presumably happen. For
example, if your skin care product is wet and
greasy and the layers mix upon application, you
dont get an even thick layer of uv protection.
So it is probably best to wait until the care is
absorbed. A little about makeup with SPF, day
creams and sunscreen sprays Decorative cosmetics
rarely have a sun protection factor above 15 and
even less often protects against UVA radiation.
Therefore, even if your foundation has a sun
protection factor SPF of 30-50, you will never
apply the foundation or powder needed for
complete protection. It also applies to bb- and
cc-creams. Therefore, I ask you not to rely on
filters in decorative cosmetics and to use a
separate sunscreen. The same goes for SPF 15 day
creams. As for the sprays, they are practically
useless as the main protection. It is
impossible to create good coverage with them.
Most of the product settles on all surrounding
surfaces, is blown away by the wind and, most
unpleasant, and is inhaled. And even if you use
Sunscreen in a spray, you need to rub it with
your hands and not just leave it sprayed on the
exposed skin. Sprays can be used to renew the
protection on the face over the top of the
makeup. Its the same with powders. What happens
if you use a Gel sunscreen SPF 50? The ability of
a medium to absorb light depends on the
wavelength of the absorbed wave and the
concentration and thickness layer of this
substance. The law is stunningly obvious, and in
theory, if you mix the two, the result is a
protection factor that equals something in
between. As you probably already know, not every
theoretical calculation works in
practice. First, the SPF value does not directly
depend on the concentration of the filters. There
are thousands of factors that determine the
value. Not to mention that the filters are
contained in the base of the cream, and it
dilutes the concentration. Secondly, the SPF
indicated on the package will be the same if you
smear the recommended 1.25 ml only on your face,
and few people smear that much. As a result, how
much protection you have there is unknown, but
less than what is written on the bank.
Therefore, no one can tell which SPF values you
are layering. But if you layer two creams, then
the SPF value is likely to increase simply
because the layer gets thicker. The main thing
is to try not to mix them but to layer them.
Gel sunscreen and vitamin D Of course, the sun
plays an important role in the synthesis of
vitamin D. But using broad spectrum sunscreen
does not cause vitamin D deficiency for several
reasons No sunscreen protects 100 from the
sun. Few people put on so much Sunscreen to
provide the best possible protection. To get the
required amount of vitamin D, you need to be in
the sun for 10-15 minutes a day. Whats more,
Sunscreen helps maintain proper vitamin D levels
because people are not afraid to be in the sun
with it. Several materials A study shows that
people who protect themselves from the sun by
wearing closed clothing and sitting indoors have
a risk of vitamin D deficiency, while those
using Sunscreen do not. Two an Australian
study with a control group that no person was
vitamin D deficient in Sunscreen. Not a single
one. Three a study that Sunscreen can only
slightly reduce the synthesis of vitamin D., But
this does not affect the overall level and
health. Four is a great overview of the issue,
which has brought up virtually all of the
existing research on the topic. But, no, there
is no link between Sunscreen and vitamin D
deficiency. Final recommendations Choose a cream
with an SPF of at least 30 or higher It must be
labeled with UVA protection, depending on the
country of origin. For sensitive skin, choose
inorganic filters because they are less likely to
cause allergies. Apply gel sunscreen half an
hour before sun exposure Reapply sunscreen after
every three hours. Remember to wear ear
protectors and the back of your neck. Sunscreen
is always the last step before makeup. Wait for
the Sunscreen to dry and absorb before applying
the foundation. It usually takes no more than 10
minutes. It is possible to apply the tone over
the Sunscreen, but it is better with patting
movements or a sponge. Update every two hours if
you are outdoors. If you use persistent
Sunscreen, then wash it off as permanent makeup.
If your Sunscreen is not persistent, wash it off
as usual. Avoid the open sun whenever possible,
even if you are covered with protection.
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