1. Using the Right Sunscreen

Using the Right Sunscreen It’s crucial to prevent your skin from burning by using a high-quality sunscreen. Invest in a product that:

  • Is “broad spectrum” and protects against both UVA and UVB radiation.
  • Has an SPF (Sun Protection Factor) of 30 or more for adequate protection from UV rays that cause sunburn.
  • Is water-resistant if you’re going to be in water or sweating a lot.
  • Is still in date and hasn’t been opened for more than one year.

Apply plenty of sunscreen 30 minutes before you go outside and reapply at least every two hours, even if it starts to appear cloudy. Ensure good coverage, including your ears, lips, and neck. Remember that even with water-resistant sunscreen, you’ll need to reapply immediately after being in the water.

UV protection is an essential step in every skincare regime, providing the most anti-aging benefits compared to any other topical skincare product. Daily UV exposure, not just during vacations or summer days, significantly contributes to skin aging. Even in cool weather and on cloudy days, wearing broad-spectrum (UVA & UVB) protection can be your best defense against premature aging and skin cancer. Q-SkinScience formulas not only protect against both aging and burning rays but also perfect your complexion and protect your hair from damage.

2. Wear Protective Clothing

3. Check the UV Index

4. Seek Out Shade

5. Drink Plenty of Water