SPF Sun Protection Factor, do you know what it means?
SPF Sun Protection Factor, do you know what the number means?
Skin science in 1 minute!
In the following video María will explain you the meaning.
SPF is a measure of how much solar energy (UV radiation) is required to produce sunburn on protected skin (i.e., in the presence of sunscreen) relative to the amount of solar energy required to produce sunburn on unprotected skin. As the SPF value increases, sunburn protection increases.
The Sun Protection Factor means the time you could expose yourself to direct sunlight safely. It is recommended to use a high protection always and reaply often.
It is also important to consider that sunscreens contain a series of physical, chemical and biological filters; that is why, it is recommended to apply your serum or moisturizer before sunscreen; that is, first your treatment cream and then your sunscreen.
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- Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50+: The new sunscreen lotion has involved a significant innovation in the treatment of the skin damage caused by the solar radiation, since it protects us from the well-known UVA and UVB radiation. Its light texture, easy to apply, and its high sun protection make this lotion a key product to protect the skin of all your family, including the little ones.
-Sunscreen Dry Oil SPF 30: The new sunscreen dry oil has involved a significant innovation in the treatment of the skin damage caused by the solar radiation; since not only protects it us from the well-known UVA and UVB radiation; but it includes as well:
-Carrot root extract and carrot seed extract, which are antioxidant biological sun filters that avoid the effects of free radicals.
-Provitamin A, which is a strong antioxidant that protects us against the skin damage caused by the sun exposure.
-The sunflower extract which gives us photoprotection due to its flavonoid content.