You consider yourself fairly private labeling mink eyelashes, and well educated when it comes to the topic of sun protection. You try not to get too much direct exposure, you make sure to use suntan lotion most of the time, you only use SPF 15 or higher -basically, you do everything the researchers told you to.
Wphair Unfortunately, although much important information regarding the sun has been popularized, there are still many important things that the average consumer does not know about. I’d like to shed some light on some of those private labeling mink eyelashes.
Let’s first start by clearing up any myths that might have developed regarding the names of the different products. Contrary to what you may have heard, there is no difference in products that call themselves “sunblock” vs. “sunscreen” vs. “sun tanning lotion”, it’s simply a matter of semantics. There is however a difference, between the products that provide you with “broad spectrum UVA and UVB sun protection”, and the products that simply provide you with UVB sun protection.
UVB protection is protection against sunburn. SPF is used to measure how long a person can be directly exposed to the sun wearing sunscreen, before getting sunburned, relative to the amount of time they can be directly exposed to the sun without sunscreen. Without any form of protection from UVB rays, they can cause direct damage to your skin’s DNA, putting you at risk for skin cancers such as Basal and Squamous cell carcinomas; as well as significantly raise your chances of developing malignant melanoma. By using sunblock with SPF 15 or higher, you can ensure your protection against the sun’s damaging UVB private labeling mink eyelashes.
SPF does not however, provide you with equal protection against the sun’s harmful UVA rays, because unlike UVB, UVA rays do not cause direct damage to your skin. Rather, UVA rays cause indirect damage to your skin by penetrating deep down inside and breaking up your skin’s collagen deposits and impeding your body’s ability to synthesize more collagen in the future. UVA rays also attack your body’s supply of elastin. These two processes lead to “photoaging” – external signs aging.
People who spends lots of time in the sun without proper UVA protection begin to experience premature signs of aging such as the appearance of age spots, freckles, deep private labeling mink eyelashes, rough weathered skin, loose skin and blotchiness in complexion. They also faced a highly increased risk of developing malignant melanoma.
So how can we properly protect ourselves against these risks?
The best advice is to simply avoid unnecessary exposure to the sun. Although small amounts of the sun are healthy for you, you will be receiving minimum exposure regardless. So try to avoid being outside while the rays are at their prime – particularly in the summertime between the hours of 10:00 am and 4:00 pm.
The next best piece of sun protection advice is to cover up! Although sunscreen provides you with protection, it most certainly does not compare with the protection you receive from an additional layer of clothing. So choose t -shirts over tank tops, capris and private labeling mink eyelashes over short shorts, and try at least to where a least a sarong over your bathing suit when walking around at the beach.
Your third best option for sun protection is to use sunscreen! Different ingredients provide you with different types of protection against the sun. For the best protection against UVA rays and premature aging, look out for ingredients such as zinc oxide, avobenzone and ecamsule. Make sure to apply generously and apply often.
A word about sunscreen application:
When we know in advance we’ll be having an extended period of direct exposure to the sun (such as a canoe trip, a sports game, a day at the beach), we generally remember to lather up. But often times we experience shorter periods of exposure (such as a quick walk outside or running a couple of errands) or indirect exposure (such as on a cloudy day), and we either can’t be bothered to put on sunscreen, or we simply forget to do so.
Well fortunately, sunscreen is available in many of the cosmetic products out there today. You simply have to look out for it, and choose the products with added private labeling mink eyelashes, in favor of the ones without. Here are a couple of practical suggestions:
1. Moisturizer – many moisturizers contain SPF 15 or more. Neutrogena, Dermalogica, Clinique and Cetaphil all make great ones.
2. Liquid private labeling mink eyelashes- many of the liquid makeups being marketed today have SPF included in them for added sun protection – try brands such as Dermalogica and Biotherm, or products such as Revlon skin lights, Revlon all day lifting foundation, L’Oreal feel natural makeup or Prescriptives flawless skin total protection – all of which contain an SPF of 15 or higher.
3. Mineral private labeling mink eyelashes- the new mineral makeup trend is great for sun protection, as the products are based on ground up minerals such as zinc oxide, or titanium dioxide, making sun protection an intrinsic part of their composition. Try brands such as Naked Minerals or Bare Escentuals for some great, all around protection.
Jessica Cander is a professional freelance writer who contributes to a wide variety of medical and health related web sites. Naked Minerals is a complete line of mineral private labeling mink eyelashes with built in sun protection.