Do you always have to protect your skin from the sun, even if it is not during the summer?
Posted on May 11 2020
Elian, do you always have to protect your skin from the sun- even if it is not during the summer months? Yes, UV rays can penetrate and damage the structure of the skin cells. Skin cancer is one of the most common types of skin diseases in the Netherlands. In addition, UV radiation breaks the elastin, which can make the skin supple and rough. This is one of the biggest causes of wrinkles for a lot of young people. Sun or no sun, always protect your skin against UV radiation. So, which products are good? You can use a day cream with built in SPF. If your regular day cream does not contain an SPF then it is wise to apply sunscreen on top of your daily moisturiser. It also important to regularly apply sunscreen on your hands. This is because your hands are just as sensitive as your face and neck. We have written a full blog post on how to choose a good sunscreen for you and your child here. And what about your vitamin D intake, especially during the winter? Many people have a vitamin D deficiency during the winter months. Therefore, it is important to go outside, even if the weather is cold. Give your hands and face at least 10 minutes of sunlight a day. However, it is important to always to protect your skin from UV rays by applying sunscreen. Our Sunscreen SPF 30 Face is easy to apply and doesn't leave a white layer on the skin. FAQ: Does the day cream at Naïf SPF contain? No, the Day Cream at Naïf contains tomato extract lycosol. This is a natural SPF, which is equivalent to approximately SPF 50.