Why should we use Sunscreen everyday?

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90% of people don’t use sunscreen in winters

3 Mistakes when using a sunscreen

1. Using a Sunscreen only during Summer
2. Using insufficient quantity
3. Not reapplying it during the day

Yes, absolutely-we can’t emphasize this enough! UVB rays are weaker in the winter, so you don’t get sunburned as easily, but the UVA rays that cause wrinkles, premature ageing and damage are just as strong, year ‘round! Because you aren’t getting burned as quickly, and because the warmth feels good on your skin, you aren’t seeking shade as often. Depending on
your activities, you could actually do more damage in the winter than the summer!

Sunrays breakdown natural skin collagen causing skin sagging so using sunscreen regularly prevents skin from sagging and keeps skin firm, prevents wrinkles and premature ageing. Also, the regular application of sunscreen Prevents tanning.

Types of Sunscreen:

Chemical sunscreen: These are based on oxybenzone, Avobenzone, Benzophenone 3, PABA. These are harmful and carcinogenic ingredients not only for human beings but also for aquatic animals. As people apply these while swimming it adversely affects coral reefs and aquatic animals. So it is banned in coastal areas in some countries.
Mineral-based natural sunscreen: These are based on Titanium dioxide and Zinc oxide. Sunscreen with these minerals may leave a white cast but are safe to use and gives complete UV protection.

Why Opt for Perenne Sunscreen?

Perenne sunscreen is a mineral-based natural sunscreen with zinc oxide and titanium dioxide as sunscreen agents which are safe to use.
We don’t use harmful chemical sunscreen agents like avobenzone or benzophenone 3 free. So it is safe to use for all be it men , women or children.
Perenne sunscreen is full of antioxidants like licorice, green tea and gatuline spotlight and gatuline radiance which are highly efficacious in making skin tone even and remove tanning giving you glowing and beautiful skin.

NOTE: Some clients feel it leaves a little white cast on a face when applied. We would like our clients to know this white cast is always found in mineral-based natural sunscreen for sun protection.