Ultraviolet rays (UV) emitted from the sun can damage your unprotected skin, triggering hyperpigmentation and premature ageing. Regardless of your age, sun protection is your best bet to prevent UV rays from harming your skin cells. If you haven’t been consistent with using a face sunblock, it’s never too late to start.
UV protection skincare is crucial to prevent sun damage, which can cause issues like hyperpigmentation, dark spots, wrinkles and freckles. Include sunscreens in your daily skincare regime to minimise the damage caused by UV rays and reduce the risks of developing Melanoma, a condition caused by overexposure to the sun.
That’s why it’s really important to use a sunblock with both UVA and UVB protection.
If you’re looking for a non-greasy sunscreen face lotion with SPF, try our UV Plus [5P] Anti-Pollution, which is also available in rose and translucent. This sunscreen is packed with a revolutionary [5P] defense technology for 5 dimensional protection and potent plant extracts like Mango Leaf to boost your skin’s natural defense when faced with environmental stressors while combating the harmful effects of free radicals.
Another popular anti-pollution sunscreen in Singapore is our UV Plus SPF50/PA++++, specifically designed to keep Asian skin healthy and radiant, thanks to its plant-derived formula. Available in pink and neutral, this powerful UV protection for the face shields your complexion from the sun’s damaging rays, and leaves behind a transparent finish without any oiliness or stickiness which is suitable for makeup base. Unlike other traditional sunscreens, this sunscreen is lightweight and non-comedogenic so it doesn’t clog your pores.
To apply the product, squeeze a little bit into your palm. Rub your palms together to warm the liquid before smoothing it over your face. Apply it starting from the centre and working outwards to the corners of your face to stimulate circulation and provide an instant radiance boost. Always remember to apply sunscreen daily even if you’re indoors because UV rays can penetrate through glass. You should always use it as the final step of your skincare routine after moisturising, before applying your make-up.
Read here for more tips on choosing the right sunscreen.