Mot many people may be aware of how quickly and easily sunburn can also strike during winter.
Sunscreen, along with all its impressive properties and effects, wears off quickly, and especially after contact with water.
The sunscreen you’re currently using might have a needless toxic effect on the environment.
The right sunscreen will never let you down, but the bottle it comes in might.
Authorities continue to warn consumers about SPF 100 sunscreens.
The sun provides us with light and heat, but what many of us don’t know is that it also emits radiation, and overexposure to radiation is what causes sunburn.
Your sunscreen could be among the many brands that do not meet SPF claims.
The summer holiday may be over, but as learners return to school, the thought of sunscreen application fades.