Sunscreen

Online facial sunscreen

Sun protection creams for the face do not have to be exclusively for the summer. The best facial sunscreens are those that have a high protection factor and are well suited to our needs.

We offer you quality brands to take care of your skin at the best prices. In our store you can find sun creams and other products that will keep your face looking healthy and uniform. For all skin types and with high protection factors.

Sun protection is particularly prominent in beauty and skincare, so it's no wonder sunscreens are known for offering a broad spectrum in light, skin-friendly formulas. When choosing a good sunscreen or sun cream, it is important to consider a high SPF level that can protect your skin against UVA and UVB rays, which can cause premature aging, as well as burns and sun spots. Other benefits of this important product include a more even skin tone and the fading of dark spots.

WHEN SHOULD YOU APPLY SUNSCREEN? HOW TO APPLY FACIAL SUNSCREEN CORRECTLY?

Sunscreen is always the last step in the Korean routine, especially in the morning routines. It is applied after cleansing, toner, ampoules or serums and moisturizers, and before makeup.

Clean your face. It is vitally important to prevent your imperfections from being marked by sun exposure.

Apply sunscreen to your face only after your skin has fully absorbed your moisturizer.

Each protection factor has its different qualities and degrees of protection. For example: An SPF 15 blocks about 93 percent of UVB rays. An SPF 30 blocks 97 percent, and an SPF 50 blocks 99 percent.

You must apply the protection factor that best suits your skin.

The difference between facial and body sunscreens

The face needs a different protector than the body. Some reasons are:

The skin on your face is thinner and more sensitive than the skin on your body, so it burns faster and you need a sunscreen with a higher SPF.

The facial skin has more pores and sebaceous glands, so you need a photoprotector to match.

It suffers more exposure to the sun than other parts of the body, which means that it is constantly exposed to free radicals that cause aging and loss of elasticity.

The face has smaller cells.

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