Fighting Sun Damaged Skin
Did you know that not all sunscreens are created equally? After years of looking over sunscreen the FDA is making changes that require sunscreen to protect equally against both kinds of radiation. The two kinds of radiation are UVA and UVB.
"And only sunscreens that have a sun protection factor (SPF), of 15 or higher will be allowed to claim that they help prevent sunburn and reduce the risks of skin cancer and early skin aging. SPF indicates the amount of sun exposure needed to cause sunburn on sunscreen-protected skin compared with unprotected skin. For example, an SPF of 30 means it would take you 30 times longer to burn wearing sunscreen than with exposed skin."
To read more about how the FDA is fighting for sunscreen protection click here!
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