It is not even the hottest month of the year, yet the heat is burning the skin already. While our lifestyle today is mostly air-conditioned, the absence of heat does not mean our skin is safe from all those harsh UV rays.
All you have to do to prove that statement is turn the air-conditioner off while driving and feel the actual heat from the sun - that's what the skin is going through without us knowing or feeling it.
This is why everyone needs to wear sunscreen, it protects from burning and premature ageing. There are many sunscreen products in the market, and we are often lured into thinking that we need the one with the highest SPF value. However, SPF only indicates the length of time that the sunscreen can protect your skin from UVB rays. Yep, read that again, length, not strength.
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