Sun Protection Factor, more popularly known as SPF, is a measure of how well a sunscreen can protect the skin from harmful UVB radiations. We've decoded how high an SPF your sunscreen needs to have ...
Look for the term broad spectrum on your sunscreen. This means the sunscreen can protect you from both UVB/A rays.
According to the researchers atTouro University in California, using a sunscreen regularly can cause a deficiency of the vital vitamin D in the body.
A common chemicals found in personal care products such as shampoos, body lotions and sunscreens - may increase breast cancer risk.
In a review published by the Cochrane Library, Arevalo-Rodriguez and Sanchez and colleagues set out to assess how much we already know about whether sunscreen and other protective measures, such as wearing hats or sunglasses ...
Actress Jessica Alba and her company have come under fire after outraged customers complained the brand's sunscreen is ineffective and doesn't provide proper protection.
Always apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before stepping out in the sun and repeat every 2 hours in case you are exposed to the sun.
SPF or Sun Protection Factor measures how well a sunscreen protects the skin against sun damage.
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Its that time of the year again when you need to slather a whole lot of sunscreen to save yourself from that awful leather-like tan.