The Philippines is a tropical country which means that we are almost always exposed to the heat of the sun. This also means that should we have too much exposure, it could result to dark spots, wrinkles, early signs of aging as well as freckles. Sunscreen can help you battle these out.
How proficient are you in sunscreens? Most people don’t understand much of what’s written on a lotion or cream label. As people think that SPF equals everything. And it does count for a lot: the sun protection factor measures a sunscreen’s ability to filter UVB rays, which are related to sunburn and skin cancer. However, SPF only measures UVB rays; it doesn’t tell you much anything about protection from UVA rays.
The most misunderstood part of sunscreen is UVA, a type of UV which is around every day; it can penetrate through window glass. Like UVB, it’s also related to an increased risk of skin cancer, but unlike UVB, it’s not filtered by the ozone at all. UVA doesn’t cause sunburn, but it really leads to darkening and aging, because it penetrates deeper into the skin and has more influence in the collagen.
Diana Stalder Sunscreen Cream SPF35 is a broad spectrum sunscreen protection as it contains the active ingredient Zinc Oxide, a natural sunscreen ingredient that physically—instead of chemically—blocks rays. Zinc oxide protects against both UVA and UVB rays.
Diana Stalder Sunscreen Cream SPF 35, is FDA registered and is ideal for normal to dry skin, safe for everyday use. It offers protection against the full spectrum of UV rays and signs of aging; resulting to a younger looking, radiant and healthy skin. While choosing the best sunscreen is important, perhaps even more crucial is using it correctly. For proper use, apply a sufficient amount to the skin, 30 minutes before sun exposure. Diana Stalder sunscreen is also available in Gel form, for oily skin.
By educating yourself about many sunscreen options, you can be confident that the product you choose will fit your needs, offering you the best protection from the sun’s harmful rays.