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Sun protection should be a priority for everyone, including those who have reactive or sensitive skin. Find out how to choose the most suitable sunscreen for you.
Exposure to the sun is often associated with holidays and fun times in general. However, it is important to remain aware of the risks related to the immediate and long-term adverse effects of sun exposure. UV rays (UVA and UVB) can cause damage to the skin, such as:
Therefore, you should make sun protection a priority, regardless of your age, skin type, and lifestyle. Choosing a sunscreen can present a real challenge, especially for people with reactive or sensitive skin.
Here are some typical examples of characteristics of people with reactive or sensitive skin:
We speak of “photosensitivity” when the combined action of certain agents with sun exposure causes an abnormal skin reaction. A number of products of all sorts, including certain cosmetics or perfumes and even certain medications, are not compatible with the sun. Ask your pharmacist to indicate if any of the medications you take can have this type of effect.
First, it is important to note that the cosmetic aspect of a sunscreen has a significant influence on how often we use it. When we like the fragrance, appearance, and texture of a product, we are generally more inclined to use it often. If you have the opportunity to test the product before purchasing it, this will allow you to establish whether or not you like it.
However, for people with reactive or sensitive skin, other criteria should be taken into consideration. Here are a few of them.
Additionally, look for the following characteristics, which increase sunscreen performance:
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