sunscreen News

You should apply sunscreen even when you are indoors; here's why

Blue light is one of the major skincare concerns as it contributes to premature ageing, including wrinkles, worsening skin laxity, and hyperpigmentation. Therefore, using sunscreen indoors is a must.

Summer skincare tips: Things to consider before buying sunscreen

Excessive exposure to the harsh sun rays can harm the skin and even reduce the skin tone.


Chemicals in sunscreen may seep into the bloodstream: FDA study

Safety testing has never been done on the active ingredients in sunscreen, because those chemicals were approved decades ago, before anyone suspected they could be absorbed into the body.

Yes, your baby needs sunscreen! Here’s how to pick the right one

A sunscreen which is both effective and non-toxic is every mommy’s dream.

The ultimate guide to choosing the perfect sunscreen

Get at least SPF 30 for your UVB protection and PA++ for your UVA protection. Read on to know more.

Home remedies to prevent and take care of sunburns this Summer

If you can't avoid being in the sun, you can at least be prepared for it.


Apply SPF30 sunscreen to delay onset of skin cancer

Sunscreens are known to prevent skin from burning when exposed to UV sunlight, which is a major risk factor for melanoma -- most serious form of skin cancer.

Sunscreen may act as a male contraceptive: Study

The findings of the study showed that many UV filtering chemicals commonly used in sunscreens interfere with the function of human sperm cells, and some mimic the effect of the female hormone progesterone.

Suffering from Vitamin D deficiency? This sunscreen can help your body produce it

This sunscreen was designed with compounds with differing filter compositions to maximise vitamin D production while maintaining its sun protection for reducing erythema or burning of the skin.

Sunscreen slows skin aging,if used often enough

Even if you're already middle-aged,it's not too late to start rubbing some sunscreen.