Sunscreen facts: Protect your skin
Make sure your skin is protected this summer, to avoid sun damage.
Pick an SPF with a broad spectrum protection. This means that the sunscreen must protect from UVB and UVA rays. While all sunscreens protect against UVB rays, you also have to be careful of the UVA rays which can also cause skin cancer and premature wrinkles.
Opt for SPF 30, or higher. Did you know, that the higher the SPF does not correlate to better skin protection?
However, if you chose an SPF of 15 or lower, you are only protected against sunburn, not skin cancer due to sun damage or aging.
No sun protection is waterproof or water resistant, and it is important to keep reapplying before and after water exposure. If you check the back of the bottle, it will tell you just how much protection you really get.