Protect Skin From Harmful UV Rays This Summer

30 July, 2015 | posted by Carly Poore

Hot July days remind us of the power of the sun’s rays. Protecting your skin from UV exposure is important for both skin’s appearance and health. These practical steps can help you avoid harmful UV exposure & protect your skin!

  1. Wear sunscreen. It’s easier said than done, but can make a big difference to skin health. Broad spectrum sunscreen provides protection from UVA (ageing) and UVB (burning) rays. By making it part of your morning routine to apply an SPF under your makeup, you can prevent visible ageing and potentially dangerous skin damage. Epionce Ultra Shield Lotion SPF 50 sunscreen goes on sheer, plus is formulated to reduce redness triggered by sun exposure.
  2. Add sun protective clothing to your wardrobe. Sunscreen won’t block all UV rays, so double your efforts with sun protective clothing. Technology meets fashion with the items featured in the latest issue of Skin – the Epionce Magazine. Clothing with a higher Ultraviolet Protection Factor helps protect against ultraviolet radiation better than regular clothing.
  3. Get a skin check annually. When was the last time you saw your dermatologist? Annual full-body skin checks are important in order to monitor changes that may be signs of something more serious—like melanoma or other skin cancers. These are usually brief, painless appointments and will help you stay ahead of any more serious concerns.
  4. Add a Renewal Facial product. Start with a good foundation that comes from using an Epionce Renewal Facial product daily. Sunscreens work best when skin is healthy. Epionce Renewal Facial products help smooth visible texture so SPF can work better on the skin.