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At some point in your day you will most likely find yourself outside, exposing your skin to the sun’s rays. Even if you are indoors, some UV rays can pass through glass windows and reach your skin. Applying a broad spectrum SPF daily, rain or shine, 365 days a year, is a crucial component in preserving your skin’s youthful integrity as the sun can cause irreversible damage below the skin’s surface. This damage can lead to the development of premature signs of skin aging like fine lines, wrinkles and dark spots. UV damage can also make skin more likely to sag as you age and can worsen existing spots and lines on the skin. A bronzed glow will fade, but the damage the sun causes your skin will remain and worsen over time. So, get in the habit of applying broad spectrum SPF daily and read on for tips to protect your skin and preserve its beauty for the years to come.
What level SPF should you buy?
There are many levels of SPF available ranging from 2 to 50+. The varying numbers represent the amount of UV radiation that will be absorbed by the SPF. Typically, it is recommended to not go lower than SPF 15. When choosing which option will best suit your needs consider how vulnerable you are willing to leave your skin to the suns’ rays.