Sun Exposure causes skin ageing Not many young kids know , while frying in the summer sun, that they actually ageing their skin.
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Sun protection should be easy. But, the truth's different. A lot of sunscreens don't provide broad spectrum protection. Others have ingredients that enter the bloodstream, cause allergies or are unstable. So, how do you pick a sunscreen that works? In this interview, Dr Denis Dudley, founder of Cyberderm, shares the best ways to protect your skin from sun damage, what UV filters to avoid and what to REALLY look for in a sunscreen. Click through to learn more about effective sun protection…
Your Complete Guide to Choosing The Best Sun Protection
From the age of 21, we lose 1% of collagen every year. Collagen is what keeps skin firm, and its loss leads to wrinkles. So, if you want to keep your skin firm, soft, and younger-looking, you need to replenish this lost collagen. But, how? Skincare products with collagen don't work because collagen is too big to penetrate the skin. But lots of other ingredients and treatments do. Click through to find out more about them and how they can keep your skin looking younger for longer
Sunscreen is the most important beauty product in your arsenal. It protects you from the damaging UV rays that cause wrinkles, dark spots, and cancer. Unless it's expired. Then you're just using a product that will do you more harm than good.
If you have a sensitive skin type (or even if you just want to treat your skin carefully) then you might have thought vitamin C skincare was not for you. Let's be honest, vitamin C skincare has a bad rep for being 'stingy', irritating and generally pretty
Sun exposure damages skin and causes premature aging and skin cancer. Sun damage is cumulative from childhood. Correct and appropriate use of sunscreen is the most effective preventative measure we can take.