Understand Sun Exposure and Sun Damage

2020-03-05 02:58:47

Sunlight hits the earth with nasty rays, many are made of ultraviolet light, we call them UV lights. In the short- term, the complication can be just sunburn, skin peeling, which is painful. In the long-run, it continues to damage your skin, create more wrinkles or worse, it can cause life-threatening skin cancer.

UV radiations consist of UVA and UVB. When you are outdoor, UVB damage your skin at the outer layer, gives you sunburn. UVA is at everywhere you are, indoor, outdoor, day or night, you just can’t run away from it. It penetrates deeper into the dermis, the thickest layer of your skin, resulting in more permanent damage.

Therefore, it is important to choose your sunscreens that provide broad spectrum (or full spectrum) protection – meaning it has to protect your skin from both UVA and UVB rays.

Take a look at our #AishitotoMositureUVSerum, your will find it is written as “ SPF 50+ and PA ++++” and what do they mean ?

SPF 50+ = 98% UVB rays protection
PA++++ = Extremely High UVA protection

As we live in a tropical country like Malaysia, it is crucial for us to wear sunscreen daily to:
- protect our skin from UV rays
- lower our risk of developing cancer
- keep our skin tone even
- prevent premature aging of the skin
- prevent sunburns

Make no mistake, this UV serum isn’t just a sunscreen, it contains collagen peptides and hyaluronic acid, multiple functions as it nourishes and protects at the most affordable price, as it travels all the way from Japan.