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Ultraviolet (UV) radiation emitted by the sun can cause significant damage to the skin. One of the damaging radiation wavelengths UV-B impacts the superficial skin layers, causing sunburn, pigment spots and skin cancer.  Another wavelength UV-A impacts the deeper skin layers and breaks down collagen and elastin, which give skin its firmness and elasticity.  It also causes skin cancer.

This is why even on cloudy days protection is essential, since 40% of these damaging rays can still break through.

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Sun Protection


Sun Protection Factor (SPF) determines the strength of the screen in a skin protection lotion. SPF 15 should be consider the minimal strength for adequate protection, since some skin types require much stronger screen levels.

Worth noting is that most suntan lotions only contain an SPF blocking UV-B, while allowing UV-A to pass through. Therefore, it is essential to use a lotion which protects against both.

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