Sunscreen is primarily used to prevent skin cancer and other types of skin damage caused by the sun. There are three main types of sunscreen: physical blockers, chemical filters, and optical blockers.
Physical blockers work by absorbing the sun’s rays before they reach your skin. Chemical filters work by absorbing the sun’s rays and then transforming them into harmless molecules. Optical blockers work by reflecting light away from your skin.
Arizona sun screens should be applied every day, before going outside, especially if you are fair-skinned or have light hair. If you are using a physical blocker sunscreen, make sure to apply it generously to all parts of your body – the more you apply, the more protection you will have.
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The purpose of sunscreen is to protect the skin from the sun’s harmful rays. Sunscreen is especially important for people who have darker skin tones because they are more vulnerable to the effects of the sun.
There are three types of UV radiation: UVA, UVB, and CMV. UVA radiation is the most common and causes skin aging. UVB radiation is responsible for skin cancer. CMV radiation can cause a viral infection in the skin.
The best sunscreen for your face will have a filter that blocks both UVA and UVB radiation. It is also important to find a sunscreen that has an SPF value of at least 30.