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    Which sunscreens to use for dry, oily, and sensitive skin?

    Do you want to protect your skin from the sun and make it appear fresh?

     You can achieve both of these results if you use the best products that will most definitely suit your skin. Indeed, these sunscreens are expensive to buy but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they will be the “best”

    In this article, we will help you choose the best sunscreen that will make your skin look perfect and protect it from the blazing heat rays given off by the sun. 

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    First of all, we recommend that you use a broad-spectrum sunscreen that has the least SPF of 30 which will block most of the UVB rays and provides an extra amount of protection. 

    However, the SPF number won’t determine the amount of UVA rays that will penetrate through your skin that’s why your sunscreen should be labeled as “Broad-spectrum”.

    Sunscreens labelled “broad-spectrum” protect your skin from both UVA and UVB rays. These rays are dangerous because they may cause wrinkles to appear on your face, and premature aging of your skin, they may also damage your skin by developing skin cancers or sunburns.

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    You also need to keep in mind that you apply this sunscreen every two hours to achieve that perfect-and-protected skin goal!

    Moreover, you must buy a sunscreen according to your skin type – is it oily or dry

    A famous dermatologist named Joyce Park recommended that people with dry skins, the dermatologist recommended them to use ceramides and glycerin.

    For people with oily skins, she suggested that they should use non-comedogenic lotions. They don’t close the pores and reduce the chances of breakouts on one’s skin. 

    She also recommended that people with oily skin should use sunscreens containing niacinamide that is a form of Vitamin B

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    It helps to improve the appearance of the skin by moisturizing it and it reduces the production of an oily substance called sebum.

    People who wear makeup, listen up! Apply your sunscreen before putting on your makeup otherwise, the sunscreen will not be able to provide full protection to your skin from the sun. 

    That will make your face greasy and will ruin your makeover. That is something that we don’t like to experience in our daily lives, right? To avoid that from happening, follow this tip every single day!

    In addition to this, if you are confused about whether you should use a mineral or chemical sunscreen. We will clear the confusion today!

    Mineral sunscreens may not cause any kind of allergic reactions and can be used by people who have sensitive skin. 

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    However, many dermatologists claim that they may leave this chalky, white layer off the residue on the face and they don’t suggest people use them.

    On the other hand, a chemical sunscreen that contains benzenes may aggravate allergic reactions but not all types of sunscreens include such substances in their formulas.

    They may also absorb sun rays instead of reflecting them because of these dangerous reasons, dermatologists don’t recommend individuals with sensitive skin to apply chemical sunscreens.

    Furthermore, we would like to warn and suggest you NOT use sunscreen sprays. Instead, apply the lotion type as they are much safer to use. Sprays can be inhaled and that may leave a detrimental effect on your skin.

    Use the above tips and tricks to choose the best sunscreen. Happy summer skin day!

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    Netsanet Mesfin
    Netsanet Mesfinhttps://awutar.com/author/netsanet/
    Netsanet Mesfin is content writer and journalist for the past 4 years. Currently she lives in German. She writes news and contents. If you want to get in touch with me write via: [email protected]

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