Posted on by Ariel Josue Dapar

We know you care about your appearance, so you won’t take a chance with premature aging.

Though aging is inevitable, you don’t need to write a welcome note before the actual time. Exposing yourself to the harmful UV rays from the sun is not healthy for your skin.

So you need to shield yourself from the hot afternoon sun.

Here’s why.

  1. Exposure to the sun causes Premature aging

You’d love to grow old and wise someday, old age isn’t a curse and should not make you shiver but having wrinkles at thirty isn’t something you can embrace.

Exposure to sunlight causes premature aging by 90 %; you can evade this menace by using sunscreens with a high SPF. (Watch more here)

  1. UV radiation causes skin cancer

According to SkinCancer.org, an estimated 9,730 people will die of melanoma in 2017! Skin cancer is a serious issue afflicting people globally— exposure to UV radiation is the primary cause.

 You’ll always need to protect yourself from the sun to evade this menace.

  1. UV rays cause cataracts

If you don’t care for your skin, I bet you care for your eyes. You risk blindness whenever you walk in the sun without sunglasses.

WHO reports that about 900, 000 people in the world are blind because of exposure to sunlight!

You can’t afford to be one of them

  1. Skin pigmentation

Congratulations! You have the most flawless skin— spotless, no freckles, and radiant. Just imagine you can lose your beautiful skin to pigmentation and spots if you don’t protect it from the sun.

  1. Youthful radiance

You have heard of diets that help you keep your skin youthful and radiant. You’ve also heard of dos and don’ts of youthful skin and followed them religiously.

But, if you don’t protect your skin from the sun, no matter how you stick to the diet, you’ll lose the youthful radiance of your skin to freckles, sunburns, and wrinkles.

You don’t just need ‘sunscreen protection’— you need quality products with proven effectiveness. Visit our store and buy our adequate sunscreen protection for your skin.