Sun protection

Sun protection is becoming increasingly important in daily life. Skin cancer rates are shockingly high and the number of cases continues to rise every year. This makes skin cancer the most rapidly growing cancer type.

Very few people apply sunscreen during the day, unless they are at the beach or plan on spending all day in the sun. This is because traditional sunscreen feels sticky or greasy and leaves a white cast on the skin.

Daily protection against the sun is important, especially during outdoor activities, because skin damage does not just happen during sunny days at the beach; it happens during everyday activities as well.

Why is it so important to protect yourself from the sun every day, even when the sun isn’t shining?

Read the articles below to find out why you should protect your skin from the sun every day. Visit our blog for more articles.

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