We remember our sunscreen on shiny sunny days but what about on those cloudy or rainy days? Of course, it’s the foremost skincare product we ditch. With the fluctuating weather, the cloudy season comes with rain, thunderstorm and our skin needs a bit different care in this humid climate. Myths do the rounds of the internet, one such is- There is no need for sunscreen on cloudy weather, which is false. If you belong to the club that underestimates the power of UV rays and still don’t wear sunscreen on a cloudy day, girl, we need to have a chat on it.
Why We Should Not Skip On SPF?
You think that clouds are doing the job of protecting your skin from the sun damage, but you couldn’t be more wrong about it. You get a sunburn, rash, tan, and premature ageing every time you are under the sun. During cloudy weather, the clouds can’t obstruct the harmful UV rays although dense clouds can reduce the radiation to some extent the rays can peep through them.
According to the report by the Skin Cancer Foundation, around 80% of UV rays can pass through clouds and harm your skin. In the end, don’t judge if the sun is still peeking at you. Sunscreen is a must all year long as sun damage can happen on a sunny, cold, or a cloudy day. For a quick heads up, UVA and UVB rays are the types of UV radiation that enter the environment and contribute to skin damage on a daily basis.
Do you ask yourself every day if I should wear sunscreen even when you are quarantined? Well, YES you need to wear it every day. If you find yourself spending time in your balcony, sitting by the window, slather that sunscreen on. Most of the modern windows in our house protect us from UVB rays but UVA rays still penetrate. And these rays are the primary cause of skincare concerns like pigmentation, wrinkles, dark spots, and photo-ageing. UVA rays create skin damage you don’t immediately see, such as sunspots. On the other hand, UVB rays show up in the form of sunburn.
I’m not exposed to sunlight, then why should I apply sunscreen? Well, have you heard about HEV light (High Energy Visible) or blue light? Simply, these lights are emitted by electronic gadgets such as laptop screens, tablets, mobile phones, and televisions. Thinking why blue light is bad for your skin? Frequent exposure to blue light can cause pigmentation, breakdown of collagen, free radical damage resulting in skin ageing.
Make Sunscreen Your Habit From Now!
For all the UV rays protection and anti-ageing benefits, getting in a habit of wearing sunscreen daily can be a struggle. Well, we at Maccaron, understand that when it comes to skincare one just can’t compromise.
Goodal is well-loved as a brand all over the globe because of the quality of their products. The products are made from natural ingredients that are ideal for all skin types. All the ingredients are 100% plant-derived. I totally recommend you to try the Houttuynia Cordata Calming Sunscreen Cream. With strong UV protection, it is exclusively recommended for sensitive skin and works wonderfully at moisturizing your skin.
Though the Goodal Sunscreen is a great choice for people of all ages, it is best recommended with sensitive skin, so you know it’s extremely gentle. Using plant-derived ingredients, it provides strong UV protection SPF50+ PA++++ from UVA and UVB rays. The texture of the sunscreen is a fresh and non-sticky cream type with moist application that leaves no white cast, dryness, and is completely light-weight. The formula contains extract of the naturally soothing plant, Houttuyniacordata that soothes sensitive skin.
We get it, sunscreen is no one’s favourite skincare product! While you are at home or it’s cloudy outside, you might be tempted to skip SPF and we strongly advise not to do so. Do remember, good skin in your 40s and 30s always begins in your 20s.
So, ladies, it’s time you start taking sun protection seriously! Hop on to Maccaron.
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