Start your sun-protected life with one spray
Worry not because protecting your skin from harmful UV rays doesn’t mean putting up with sticky sunscreen on your body every morning. Japanese skin care brand Biore introduces Biore UV Perfect Spray which offers complete body sun protection that’s easy to apply even in hard-to-reach areas like the back by just spraying. Sweat-proof and waterproof, this ultra-lightweight sunscreen boasts of a super fine and non-greasy formulation with sebum-absorbing powder, leaving the skin feeling comfortable with a powdery matte finish. Biore UV Perfect Spray offers Superior Double UV Block with SPF 50+ and PA++++ to protect the skin from UVB rays that cause dark spots, freckles, and sunburn, and from UVA rays that cause premature aging.
Sun-proof skin anytime, anywhere
To give your skin the TLC it deserves this summer, experience Olay Total Effects 7-in-1 Day Cream SPF 15. It’s made with SolaSheer™ Technology that moisturizes and nourishes skin with essential vitamins while protecting it against harmful UVA/UVB rays, thanks to its combination of Avobenzone sunscreen with two of Olay’s proven moisturizing agents, Niacinamide and Glycerin. For those who are looking forward to reducing their fine lines and wrinkles caused by sun exposure, Olay Regenerist Micro-sculpting UV Cream Moisturiser SPF 30 provides hydration and renewal benefits to combat the sun’s damaging effects, so that you have firmer and much younger-looking skin. For more information, visit Olay.com.ph and visit @OlayPhilippines in Facebook and Instagram.
Advocacy for sun protection
Daylong, a dermatological suncare brand, advocates daily sunscreen application. It conducted a UV-exposure study to investigate whether the outdoor sun at the beach shows the same level of strength in the city even when indoors.
The study showed that in Metro Manila, the daily UV Index recorded reaches up to 10 from 12 noon to 1 p.m., which places a “Very High” risk from unprotected sun exposure.
Comparing the city’s UV index to Caticlan (Boracay) and El Nido (Palawan), and data showed both summer destinations also reach UV Index 10 during the same hours.
Daylong also found out that despite staying indoors, the women registered UV readings.
Whether clear or cloudy weather, UV solar radiation remains strong, and it can penetrate windows. Indoor light sources, even at night, have also been revealed to contribute to UV exposure.