Use Sun Protection Cream to Avoid UV Damage on Skin

Use Sun Protection Cream to Avoid UV Damage on Skin

Sun protection creams or creams can be broadly divided into two categories. The first category of sunscreen, which, containing organic compounds as the primary ingredient. Some organic compounds are characteristic for the absorption of ultraviolet radiation, and therefore find use in sunscreens. The second category of sunscreen should one that contains inorganic particles as its primary ingredient. Some inorganic particles are known to disperse and reflect ultraviolet rays, the most common being zinc oxide solution, often seen used by athletes who need to expose to direct sunlight throughout the day. There is a third variety protection sunscreen, which to a large extent will mix and match the first two varieties and is not very popular.

Sun protection creams usually assigned numbers commonly known as a sun protection factor or SPF. In conventional terms, SPF measures the effectiveness quotient sunscreen under the sun. In other words, the higher the SPF, the higher the efficiency of sunscreen sunscreen. It actually measures the degree of protection that sunscreen can offer.

Since it is largely recognized that higher SPF is generally more effective than those with lower ratings, it is scientifically proven that the SPF number above 50 are in fact effective or not. For this, there are many advanced countries in the world that restrict assignment SPF less than or equal to the 50th Most of sun protection creams will ideally be in the SF 50 due to this reason.
The effectiveness of a sunscreen product, in contrast to their sun protection factor depends also on other important factors. Firstly, and perhaps most importantly, the type of skin by the user. Even if the cream is not manufactured, keeping in mind the user's skin, the skin, being directly affected part of the body plays the most important role in deciding whether the sun protection cream is effective or not. For this, you might need to do some trial and error with sunscreen before arriving at the right product suited to them. Second, the amount of sunscreen that was used on exposed skin, and how many sunscreen was applied to the body. Thus, both the quantities and the number of times the amount claimed has played a key role in creating an effective sunscreen. It is well known that frequent application assistance to improve efficiency, but the amount again depends from person to person and varies from one skin type to another. Third, the quantum of cream on the skin. It can be directly attributable to the combination of the type of skin and in particular the way the skin reacts to a specific type of cream to protect Sun The fourth and last, cream usefulness also depends on the exact nature of the activity or sport person engages in. For example, the cricketer used zinc oxide and stay with one layer of sunscreen during the whole session. On the other hand, the swimmer must often be reused, because the water tends to remove the cream from the body.

However, there are some unanswered questions with regard to the functioning of the sunscreen. It is not clearly known whether sunscreen effect on the skin surface or below the surface of the skin. This is due to the lack of clarity that people tend to use zinc oxide based creams frequently, which in essence are inorganic substances which reflects sunlight from the skin. Also, as creams tend to scatter sunlight away from the surface of the skin, the skin does not receive the recommended daily dose of vitamin D. This can result in deficiencies of vitamin D in the body, and lead to other health complications. It is therefore always advisable to spend some time during the day in the sun without using any cream to Sun protection.

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