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Sunscreen, the holy grail of UV protection and anti-aging.  Although you may feel that it’s only important to use an SPF when you’re on holiday, it's also crucial to include this step in your daily skincare routine.


Whether you’re in the office, picking up the kids from school, or going for your daily walk, integrating a broad-spectrum suncream into your routine every day can help you enjoy youthful-looking skin for many years to come.  Products such as the Clean Screen SPF 30 Mattifying Mineral Skinscreen are perfect to place over your favorite moisturiser, making it easy to use every day.


If you don’t wear sunscreen because you have sensitive skin or you don’t want to use chemicals on your face, there are a wide variety of options available to suit your skin type. Whether you prefer to use a physical/mineral sunscreen, a chemical sunscreen, or a natural sunscreen, there will always be an SPF option for you.


So, how does sunscreen work exactly? 


Sunscreen works by creating either a physical barrier on your skin that reflects or scatters the UV rays, or a chemical barrier that will absorb UV rays and release them as heat, preventing any UV damage. By incorporating SPF into your daily routine, you’re helping protect your skin from the damaging effects of the sun every single day.

Why do I need to use a sunscreen?


Suncream is the best anti-aging product that exists, as it has the ability to prevent and protect against major signs of premature ageing. UV exposure is one of the most significant ageing factors that you have the ability to control. The effects of the sun are powerful and the damage it causes can range anywhere from sunburn to collagen breakdown, and even more scarily can lead to skin cancer. 


What causes sunburn and sun damage?


The UV light that reaches your skin daily consists of both UVA and UVB rays. UVB light is strongest during the summer and is the primary cause of sunburn. UVA light is consistent all year round, penetrates deeply, and causes damage without sunburn. Integrating a high-SPF sunscreen that advertises broad-spectrum protection, UVA protection, or a PA+ rating will safeguard your skin with daily use.


What’s the difference between a Physical and Chemical suncream?


You’re not the only one that’s confused when it comes to physical and chemical suncreams. Let us break it down for you. 


A physical sunscreen, as its name suggests, creates a physical barrier between the sun and your vulnerable skin. Physical sunscreen formulas remain on the surface of your skin and do not absorb. 


However, a chemical sunscreen does the exact opposite and penetrates the skin which is then absorbed by the deeper layers of your skin. Chemical sunscreens soak up the damaging rays, like a sponge, to prevent them from doing any damage. 

What is Natural Sunscreen?

Natural sunscreen is anything that uses natural minerals such as Zinc oxide or titanium dioxide to create a ‘physical’ barrier against harmful UV rays on the skin, rather than ‘chemical’ which absorbs into the skin. A natural sunscreen is a perfect option for anyone who prefers to use clean beauty products.

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Ultra Violette Clean Screen SPF30 Skinscreen
Ultra Violette
Ultra Violette Clean Screen SPF30 Skinscreen

Best sunscreen for acne prone skin!

Ultra Violette Clean screen is the first sunscreen my skin has been able to tolerate without breaking out! It applies really nicely like a moisturiser. Highly recommend!
Ultra Violette Supreme Screen SPF 50+ Hydrating Facial Sunscreen
Ultra Violette
Ultra Violette Supreme Screen SPF 50+ Hydrating Facial Sunscreen


Really easy to spread and doesn’t have that feral sunscreen smell. Feels light on the skin and works perfectly on its own or on top of moisturiser if I’m needing more hydration. My skin type is normal to oily and I normally use the Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base as my moisturiser and primer and this gives a similar amount of hydration for me
La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL Anti-Shine Dry Touch Facial Sunscreen SPF50+
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La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL Anti-Shine Dry Touch Facial Sunscreen SPF50+


I have incredibly oily skin and this helps with oil control and mattifies my skin. Only downside: pilling and slight cast

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