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Kiehl’s Sunscreen: Safe Under the Sun
The sun never seems to stay long enough. Everyone loves the warm rays of the sun, as it paves the way for our favourite summer activities. Having a picnic, going to the beach and dinner on the patio is not the same without the sun. But fun in the sun can be a mixed blessing, as exposure reduces the longevity of hair treatments, accelerates signs of aging and increases risk of skin cancer. Protect yourself while having all the fun under the sun with Vichy sunscreen. Find the best face sunscreen and body sunscreen for any skin type. With our sunblock, broad spectrum UV defense of varying SPF perfect for any activity from sun tanning to swimming. End the day with Kiehl’s after sun lotion and a face mask to soothe any redness or dryness.
How to Protect your Skin from the Sun?
Most people neglect using sunscreen or products with SPF unless they are going to the beach. In order to really protect your skin from the sun you should wear SPF every day, even in the winter, at least 15 minutes before you go outside. Remember that once you put on sunscreen, it is not permanent. You need to reapply sunscreen every two hours to ensure that you remain protected from the sun, and the damage it might cause to your skin both in the short term and the long term. Making sure your skin is always protected from the sun will not only make your skin look healthier and more hydrated, but also will help prevent multiple types of skin cancer.
What Does SPF Mean?
SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor, and is actually the fraction of sunburn-producting UV rays that reach the skin. It's also a relative measure of how long you can safely stay under the sun without getting burned. Our Super Fluid UV Defense with SPF 50+ allows you to stay under the sun 50 times longer than you could without it, as only 1/50th of the burning radiation reaches the skin through sunscreen.