If you’re thinking about going barefaced during winter… think again. Even though the sun’s UV rays aren’t as intense as they are during summer, you still need to wear sunscreen during winter to prevent premature aging. Sunscreen is the number one anti-aging ingredient you need in your skincare regime, and without it, pigmentation, dullness and loss of firmness will eventually appear. Here are Aspect's Suncare products:
Should I Wear Sunscreen During Winter?
UVA: Ultraviolet A rays penetrate the skin deeper than UVB rays. It is responsible for early signs of aging such as age spots, fine lines and wrinkles. UVA can give you a tan but can also cause skin cancers, it can penetrate through clouds, glass and even clothes.
UVB: Ultraviolet B rays causes damage to the outermost layers of your skin. Damage such as redness, sunburns and in severe cases blistering. UVB can cause skin cancers and contribute to premature aging as it directly damages DNA.
Broad Spectrum Sunscreen: Protects your skin from both UVA and UVB damage on the skin.
Tinted sunscreen is by far, one of my favourite products to wear every day! The Aspect Sun CC Cream is full of antioxidants to protect your skin from the aging effects of UV exposure. This SPF50 cream is a universal shade that suits most skin tones whilst hydrating and protecting your skin.
A very high broad-spectrum UVA and UVB SPF50+ sunscreen lotion that provides an instant dry finish. Containing a blend of antioxidants and Vitamin E to hydrate and minimise premature aging from UV exposure. Ideal for anyone who is active, has an oily skin type or wears makeup.
A nourishing, high protection sunscreen cream that provides a broad-spectrum protection. Containing a blend of vitamin E, glycerin and antioxidants, for hydration and preventing premature aging from UV exposure. Ideal for anyone with normal to dry skin
If you require any further advice on any of the Aspect Sun care range, our specialist skin experts at Soho Skin Rejuvenation Westfield Chermside are available for consultations Tuesday to Saturday each week.