Most health care providers believe that all humans over the age of 6 months should be wearing sunscreen.
The world today is a hotter place. The ozone layer around the Earth is thinning, and the sun’s rays are feeling stronger. We all need to protect ourselves.
Beach Baby believes that every individual should buy the sunscreen that feels best on their skin.
Hopefully then, people will actually feel comfortable enough wearing it to include this important medication in their daily routine.
Those who are really serious about avoiding skin cancer, and especially the deadly melanoma, should look for a product that is a BROAD SPECTRUM sunscreen.
The broad spectrum cream will give protection from the UVA and the UVB rays. Other sunscreens only protect you from the UVB rays.
Let’s consider a very popular sunscreen on the market today …
La Roche-Posay Anthelios
- SPF 60
- face cream
- antioxidant technology
- all skin types
- paraben and fragrance free
- clinically tested for over 15 years
- recommended by 25000 dermatologists
- UVA + B filters (BROAD SPECTRUM)
- 80 min. water resistance
- enjoyable to wear
- around $25
Apply sunscreen every day before you leave the house, especially to your face and ears. Carry it with you, and reapply when you don’t think you need it.
The sun’s rays are most dangerous between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Protective clothing at the beach includes a hat and an umbrella. Sunscreen sticks are best for around the eyes, and gels for hairy beasts.
What are customers saying about this product?
“I have sensitive skin and this cream is not pasty or oily. I don’t leave the house without it.”
“I love it but try and buy the European version. It has mexoryl which is the best ingredient for blocking UVA rays.”
“I prefer a sunscreen that is a light cream that lasts all day, and makes me feel safe. This one fits the bill.”
“I was impressed because this was an award winner for 2015 and 2016.”