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Should You Wear Sunscreen Indoors?

Should You Wear Sunscreen Indoors?

Sunscreen is widely known to be used for the, well, sun! So, is it necessary to wear it indoors as well? The answer is: Yes! This blog will explore the topic of wearing sunscreen even when you aren't in the sun and what health benefits that skincare routine can bring - from protecting from UV exposure through windows to helping prevent wrinkles down the road.  
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Can you get sunburnt in the shade?

Can you get sunburnt in the shade?

You can reduce your UV exposure materially by seeking shade, but the extent to which you are protected varies a lot depending on a number of factors which we explain in this blog.
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How to protect your skin from sun exposure through glass

How to protect your skin from sun exposure through glass

Think UV protection isn't required indoors? Think again. Find out more on why you should still wear your sun protection in the car, in the office, or even at home.
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What you need to know about how UVA and UVB rays affect your skin

What you need to know about how UVA and UVB rays affect your skin

Many of us see the ultraviolet (UV) index on weather reports and read about UV alerts at particular times of the day. But do you know what it actually means and how it affects you?

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Can skin damage caused by the sun be repaired or even reversed?

Can skin damage caused by the sun be repaired or even reversed?

Your skin is your largest organ and has a long memory. Sun exposure and ultraviolet (UV) damage is cumulative throughout your life. Research shows that sun damage contributes to more than 90% of wrinkles, brown spots, premature skin ageing as well as precancerous and cancerous skin lesions.

Limiting sun exposure is very important, as the UV rays cause the most damage to the skin. It often takes many years and sometimes decades for the effects to become visible.

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Solbari Blog the importance of protecting your skin during autumn

The importance of protecting your skin during autumn

While you’re less likely to be burned during winter months, your unprotected skin is still being exposed to dangerous UVA rays. UVA rays penetrate deeply into the dermis, the skin’s thickest layer, causing premature ageing and contributing to skin cancer development. Read more about our tips for sun protection during autumn and winter here.
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What is the main cause of skin ageing?

What is the main cause of skin ageing?

In this blog we confirm that the main cause of skin ageing is exposure to UV radiation or sunlight. It is known that up to 90% of skin ageing is caused by over exposure to the sun.
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Solbari blog: Fast facts about UV rays and skin cancer

Fast facts about UV rays and skin cancer

This blog explains that UV radiation is a type of electromagnetic radiation like infrared and visible light. UVA, UVB and UVC are distinct in terms of where they sit on the electromagnetic spectrum but also their potential impact on humans. UVA and UVB are both responsible for skin cancer and melanoma.
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