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Even with proper sunscreen use, some UV rays still get through. Because of this, sunscreen should not be thought of as your first line of defense. Sunscreens are available in many forms — lotions, creams, ointments, gels, sprays, wipes, and lip balms, to name a few.
Some cosmetics, such as moisturizers, lipsticks, and foundations, are considered sunscreen products if they have sunscreen. Some makeup contains sunscreen, but you have to check the label — makeup, including lipstick, without sunscreen does not provide sun protection. When choosing a sunscreen, be sure to read the label. Sun protection factor SPF: The SPF number is the level of protection the sunscreen provides against UVB rays, which are the main cause of sunburn.
For example, when applying an SPF 30 sunscreen correctly, you get the equivalent of 1 minute of UVB rays for each 30 minutes you spend in the sun.
So, 1 hour in the sun wearing SPF 30 sunscreen is the same as spending 2 minutes totally unprotected. People often do not apply enough sunscreen, so they get less actual protection. The higher you go, the smaller the difference becomes. No sunscreen protects you completely. Sunscreens with an SPF lower than 15 must now include a warning on the label stating that the product has been shown only to help prevent sunburn, not skin cancer or early skin aging. Some of the chemicals in sunscreens that help protect against UVA rays include avobenzone Parsol , ecamsule, zinc oxide, and titanium dioxide.
Only broad spectrum sunscreen products with an SPF of 15 or higher can state that they help protect against skin cancer and early skin aging if used as directed with other sun protection measures. Most sunscreen products are good for at least 2 to 3 years, but you may need to shake the bottle to remix the sunscreen ingredients.
Sunscreens that have been exposed to heat for long periods, such as if they were kept in a glove box or car trunk through the summer, may be less effective. Always follow the label directions.
Most recommend applying sunscreen generously. When putting it on, pay close attention to your face, ears, neck, arms, and any other areas not covered by clothing. Ideally, about 1 ounce of sunscreen about a shot glass or palmful should be used to cover the arms, legs, neck, and face of the average adult.
Sunscreen needs to be reapplied at least every 2 hours to maintain protection. Sunscreens can wash off when you sweat or swim and then wipe off with a towel, so they might need to be reapplied more often. Always be sure to read the label.
Some sunscreen products can irritate your skin. Many products claim to be hypoallergenic or dermatologist tested, but the only way to know for sure if a product will irritate your skin is to try it. One common recommendation is to apply a small amount to the soft skin on the inside of your elbow every day for 3 days.
If your skin does not turn red or become itchy, the product is probably OK for you. A hat with at least a 2- to 3-inch brim all around is ideal because it protects areas that are often exposed to intense sun, such as the ears, eyes, forehead, nose, and scalp. A dark, non-reflective underside to the brim can also help lower the amount of UV rays reaching the face from reflective surfaces such as water. A shade cap which looks like a baseball cap with about 7 inches of fabric draping down the sides and back also is good, and will provide more protection for the neck.
These are often sold in sporting goods and outdoor supply stores. A baseball cap protects the front and top of the head but not the neck or the ears, where skin cancers commonly develop. Straw hats are not as protective as hats made of tightly woven fabric. UV-blocking sunglasses are important for protecting the delicate skin around the eyes, as well as the eyes themselves.
Research has shown that long hours in the sun without protecting your eyes increase your chances of developing certain eye diseases. Before you buy, check the label to make sure they do. Darker glasses are not necessarily better because UV protection comes from an invisible chemical in or applied to the lenses, not from the color or darkness of the lenses. Look for an ANSI label.
Large-framed and wraparound sunglasses are more likely to protect your eyes from light coming in from different angles. Children need smaller versions of real, protective adult sunglasses — not toy sunglasses.
Ideally, all types of eyewear, including prescription glasses and contact lenses, should protect against UV rays. Some contact lenses are now made to block most UV rays.
Many people believe the UV rays of tanning beds are harmless. This is not true. Most skin doctors and health organizations recommend not using tanning beds and sun lamps. If you want a tan, one option is to use a sunless tanning lotion, which can provide a darker look without the danger.
Small UV lamps are also used in nail salons or at home to dry some types of nail polish. These lamps give off UVA rays. The amount given off is much lower than from tanning beds, and the risk of skin cancer from these lamps is thought to be low. Still, to be safe, some expert groups recommend applying sunscreen to the hands before using one of these lamps.
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